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Journal Issue
Volume 3 Issue 2 / Dec 2005  pp65‑138

Editor: Charles Despres

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Coaching From Afar: How Ubiquitous Information Technology Was Used to Develop a Successful Semi‑Virtual Team  pp65‑74

Michael A. D'Eredita, Carol Chau

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Resource‑Based View of Knowledge Management for Competitive Advantage  pp75‑86

Leila A. Halawi, Jay E. Aronson, Richard V. McCarthy

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Knowledge Generation in Developing Countries: A Theoretical Framework for Exploring Dynamic Learning in High‑technology Firms  pp87‑96

Dinar Kale, Stephen Little

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Knowledge Creation and Sharing in a Project Team: An Organizational Analysis Based on the Concept of Organizational Relation  pp97‑106

Piero Migliarese, Saverino Verteramo

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Organizational Receptivity — Understanding the Inter‑Organizational Learning Ability  pp107‑118

Harri Nieminen

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Abstract

The aim of this paper is to discuss which factors can be seen essentially affecting a company's learning ability through its organizational receptivity in inter‑organizational knowledge transfer. This will be done by developing a typology of the factors affecting company's organizational receptivity (and absorptive capacity) of new knowledge in inter‑organizational knowledge transfer. Yet, only after the pre‑conditions for the cooperation are created, it is the individuals' abilities and the organizational culture that can essentially affect the outcome. 

 

Keywords: Organizational receptivity, Knowledge transfer, Absorptive capacity

 

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TREEOR Model: An Approach to the Valuation of Intellectual Capital  pp119‑128

María Sarabia, José M. Sarabia

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Towards the Knowledge Economy: the Technological Innovation and Education Impact on the Value Creation Process  pp129‑138

Ilídio Lopes, Maria do Rosário Martins, Miguel Nunes

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