The Knowledge Advantage brings together a truly stellar line-up of the world's greatest knowledge gurus, including Lester Thurow, Edward O. Willson, W. Brian Arthur and Blur co-authors, Stan Davis and Chris Meyer. Each of these knowledge champions tackles a different aspect of the new economy's most vital resource, including: how to turn knowledge into products; understanding the dynamics of knowledge creation; building knowledge into strategy; profiting from the new economics of knowledge.
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About the Author
Ruddy Ruggles Et Dan Holtshouse RUDY RUGGLES is at the Ernst and Young Center for Business Innovation and is the author of Knowledge Management Tools. DAN HOLTSHOUSE is Director of Corporate Strategy, Knowledge Initiatives at Xerox Corporation.
Table of Contents
Foreword (John Seely Brown).
Gaining the Knowledge Advantaage (Rudy Ruggles, Dan Holtshouse).
KNOWLEDGE AND THE INDIVIDUAL.
Consilience: A Unity of Knowledge (Edward O. Wilson).
Knowledge is Power! Welcome Democracy! (Alan Webber).
Managing Knowledge Workers in a Changing World (Peter Drucker).
KNOWLEDGE AND THE ORGANIZATION.
The Dynamics of Knowledge Creation (Ikujiro Nonaka).
Turning Knowledge into Innovation (Dr. Bob Bauer).
The Knowledge-Based Organization: A Managerial Revolution (Christopher A. Bartlett).
Maximizing Innovation Using Intellect, Science and Technology (James Brian Quinn).
KNOWLEDGE AND STRATEGY.
The Knowledge Perspective: A New Strategic Vision (Stephen Denning).
Building Knowledge into Products (Stan Davis).
Designing Business Strategy in the Knowledge Era (Karl-Erik Sveiby).
KNOWLEDGE AND THE ECONOMY.
New Economics for a Knowledge Economy: The Law of Increasing Returns (W. Brian Arthur).
Brainpower and the Future of Capitalism (Lester Thurow).
The Role of Knowledge in the Connected Economy (Stan Davis & Chris Meyer).
Afterword: Whither Knowledge Management?
Appendix: Participants in the Knowledge Advantage.