The Blackwell Handbook of Organizational Learning and Knowledge Management
List of Tables.
List of Contributors.
Foreword: Karl E. Weick.
Part I: Disciplinary Perspectives:.
Introduction: Watersheds Of Organizational Learning And Knowledge Management: Mark Easterby-Smith (Lancaster University)and Marjorie A. Lyles (Indiana University).
1. Psychological Perspectives Underlying Theories of Organizational Learning: Robert Defillippi (Suffolk University) and Suzyn Ornstein (Suffolk University).
2. Social Learning Theory: Learning As Participation In Social Processes: Bente Elkjaer (Danish University of Education).
3. The Role of Information and Communication Technologies In Knowledge Management Initiatives: Niall Hayes (Lancaster University) and Geoff Walsham (University of Cambridge).
4. Knowledge Management: What Can Organizational Economics Contribute? Nicolai J. Foss (Copenhagen Business School) and Volker Mahnke (Copenhagen Business School).
5. Knowledge Management: The Information Technology Dimension: Maryam Alavi (Emory University) and Amrit Tiwana (Emory University).
Part II: Learning And Knowledge In Organizations:.
6. Organizational Learning And Knowledge Management: Toward An Integrative Framework: Dusya Vera (University of Western Ontario) and Mary Crossan (University of Western Ontario).
7. Organizations As Learning Portfolios: Anthony J. Dibella (East Greenwich and Worcester Polytechnic Institute).
8. Framework For The Development of Communities Of Practice In A Corporate Environment: Josh Plaskoff (Eli Lilly and Company).
9. Understanding Outcomes Of Organizational Learning Interventions: Amy C. Edmondson (Harvard Business School) and Anita Williams Woolley (Harvard Business School).
10. The Impact Of Intercultural Communication On Global Organizational Learning: Sully Taylor (Portland State University), Joyce S. Osland (Portland State University) and Dr Robert B. Pamplin.
11. Knowledge Seeking FDI And Learning Across Borders: Shige Makino (Chinese University of Hong Kong) and Andrew C. Inkpen (American Graduate School of International Management).
12. Beyond Alliances: Towards A Meta-Theory Of Collaborative Learning: Jane E. Salk (University of Texas at Dallas)and Bernard L. Simonin (Tufts University).
13. Knowledge Management And Competitive Advantage: Bala Chakravarthy (IMD), Sue McEvily (University of Pittsburgh), Yves Doz (INSEAD) and Devaki Rau (Northern Illinois University).
14. Absorptive Capacity: Antecedents, Models, And Outcomes: Frans A. J. Van Den Bosch (Erasmus University Rotterdam), Raymond Van Wijk (Erasmus University Rotterdam), and Henk W. Volberda (Erasmus University Rotterdam),.
15. Narrative Knowledge In Action: Adaptive Abduction As A Mechanism For Knowledge Creation And Exchange In Organizations: Caroline A. Bartel (New York University) and Raghu Garud (New York University).
Part III: Organizational Knowledge And KM:.
16. Dominant Logic, Knowledge Creation, And Managerial Choice: Richard A. Bettis (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) and Sze-Sze Wong (Duke University).
17. Innovation And Knowledge Management: Scanning, Sourcing, And Integration: Paul Almeida (Georgetown University), Anaupama Phene (University of Utah), David Eccles & Rob Grant (Georgetown University).
18. Knowledge Sharing And The Communal Resource: Georg Von Krogh (University of St Gallen).
19. Organizational Forgetting: Pablo Martin De Holan (University of Alberta) and Faculté Saint-Jean.
20. Do We Really Understand Tacit Knowledge? Haridimos Tsoukas.
21. Knowledge And Networks: Raymond Van Wijk (Erasmus University Rotterdam), Frans A. J. Van Den Bosch (Erasmus University Rotterdam), Henk W. Volberda (Erasmus University Rotterdam).
22. The Political Economy Of Knowledge Markets In Organizations: Rob Cross (University of Virginia) and Laurence Prusak (IBM Institute for Knowledge-based Organizations).
23. Barriers To Creating Knowledge: Mikelle A. Calhoun (New York University) and William H. Starbuck (New York University).
Part IV: Problematizing OL And Knowledge:.
24. Discourses of Knowledge Management And The Learning Organization: Their Production And Consumption: Harry Scarbrough (University of Warwick).
25. Stickiness: Conceptualizing, Measuring, And Predicting Difficulties To Transfer Knowledge Within Organizations: Gabriel Szulanski (University of Pennsylvania) & Rossella Cappetta (Bocconi University).
26. Social Identity And Organizational Learning: John Child (University of Birmingham) and Suzana Rodrigues (University of Birmingham).
27. Emotionalizing Organizational Learning: Stephen Fineman (University of Bath).
28. Learning From Organizational Experience: John S. Carroll (MIT Sloan School of Management), Jenny W. Rudolph (Boston College) and Sachi Hatakenaka (MIT Sloan School of Management).
29. Deliberate Learning And The Evolution Of Dynamic Capabilities: Maurizio Zollo (INSEAD)and Sidney G. Winter (University of Pennsylvania).
30. Semantic Learning As Change Enabler: Relating Organizational Identity & Organizational Learning: Kevin G. Corley (Penn State University) & Dennis A. Gioia (Penn State University).
31. Organizational Learning And Knowledge Management: Agendas For Future Research: Marjorie A. Lyles (Indiana University) and Mark Easterby-Smith (Lancaster University).
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