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Journal Issue
Volume 5 Issue 2, ICICKM 2006 / May 2007  pp131‑254

Editor: Dan Remenyi

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The Dissemination and Adoption of Knowledge Management Practices Behavioural Model  pp131‑142

Raul M. Abril

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Knowledge Management in the Brazilian Organisational Context: a shift towards the concept of "Ba"  pp143‑152

Rivadávia C. Drummond de Alvarenga Neto

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An Insight into Knowledge Flow in Biomedical Engineering Science  pp153‑160

A.A Arntzen-Bechina, C.A.D Leguy

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The Story of Knowledge: Writing Stories that Guide Organisations into the Future  pp161‑172

John P Girard, Sandra Lambert

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Tacit Knowledge Revisited — We Can Still Learn from Polanyi  pp173‑180

Kenneth A. Grant

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Intellectual Capital Management as Part of Knowledge Management Initiatives at Institutions of Higher Learning  pp181‑190

Andrew Kok

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Intangible Assets Identification and Valuation — a Theoretical Framework Approach to the Portuguese Airlines Companies  pp191‑200

Ilídio Tomás Lopes, Ana Maria Gomes Rodrigues

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Comparison of Approaches toward Formalising Context: Implementation Characteristics and Capacities  pp201‑212

William Loyola

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Abstract

Existing relevant literature regarding approaches to context formalisation is analysed in search of a characterisation that explains the links — suggested by knowledge theory of the firm — between knowledge integration capability and common knowledge types. The ontological and the syntactic‑semantic‑pragmatic continuum approaches reveal an extensive description of context, which contributes to the understanding of the knowledge integration process, and to an eventual operationalisation of common knowledge types. This theoretical development opens possibilities for the elaboration of prescriptive models that support the integration of knowledge during routine operations of the organisation. 

 

Keywords: knowledge integration, common knowledge, context formalisation

 

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Becoming a "Sense‑and‑Respond" Academic and Government Organisation  pp213‑220

Elisabeth McDaniel, Mary McCully, Robert D. Childs

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An Analysis of Collaborative Group Structure Technological Facilitation from a Knowledge Management Perspective  pp221‑228

Kevin J. O'Sullivan, Syed W. Azeem

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Sharing Knowledge in the Organisation: a Retrospective Analysis and an Empirical Study  pp229‑242

Haris Papoutsakis

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In Search of an Intellectual Capital Comprehensive Theory  pp243‑254

José María Viedma Martí

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