Knowledge Management and Virtual Organizations

Knowledge Management and Virtual Organizations

by Malhotra


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781878289735
Publisher: IGI Global
Publication date: 03/12/2015
Pages: 402
Product dimensions: 7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.88(d)

Table of Contents

Part 1Knowledge Management, Virtual Organizations and Virtual Teams
Chapter IKnowledge Management and New Organization Forms: A Framework for Business Model Innovation2
Chapter IIThe Knowledge-Based View (KBV) of the Virtual Web, the Virtual Corporation and the Net-Broker20
Chapter IIIImplementing Virtual Organizing in Business Networks: A Method of Inter-Business Networking43
Chapter IVInterorganizational Knowledge Management: Some Perspectives for Knowledge Oriented Strategic Management in Virtual Organizations63
Chapter VComputer Mediated Interorganizational Knowledge Sharing: Insights from a Virtual Team Innovating, Using a Collaborative Tool84
Chapter VIThe Glue That Binds Creative Virtual Teams101
Chapter VIIUsing Patterns to Capture Tacit Knowledge and Enhance Knowledge Transfer in Virtual Teams124
Chapter VIIIManaging Knowledge for Strategic Advantages in the Virtual Organization144
Chapter IXVirtual Organizations That Cooperate and Compete: Managing the Risks of Knowledge Exchange162
Chapter XKnowledge Management and Organizational Design181
Part 2Success Factors for Knowledge Management and Virtual Organizations
Chapter XIBecoming Knowledge-Powered: Planning the Transformation196
Chapter XIIIntegrated Analysis and Design of Knowledge Systems and Processes214
Chapter XIIIRole of Organizational Controls in Knowledge Management: Is Knowledge Management Really an "Oxymoron"?245
Chapter XIVBeyond Customer Knowledge Management: Customers as Knowledge Co-Creators258
Chapter XVKnowledge Management-the Second Generation: Creating Competencies with and Between Work Communities in the Compentence Laboratory282
Chapter XVISuccess Factors in Leveraging the Corporate Information and Knowledge Resource Through Intranets306
Chapter XVIICreating Knowledge-Based Communities of Practice: Lessons Learned from AMS's Knowledge Management Initiatives321
Chapter XVIIIKnowledge Acquisition and Management: Perspectives, Strategic Implications and Extensions to the Virtual Setting333
Chapter XIXKnowledge Needs of Self-Organized Systems350
Chapter XXInformation Quality and Its Interpretative Reconfiguration as a Premise of Knowledge Management in Virtual Organizations365
About the Authors380

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Guest More than 1 year ago
It is the best collection of articles about virtual communities in the market. The best article is from Yogesh Malhotra himself who gives a complete new idea of KM. However, I doubt if it is worth. There are a lot of insights and queries but no clear direction.