New Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) for Knowledge Management in Organisations
The purpose of this e-book is to point out the possibilities of new Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) for Knowledge Management (KM) in organizations, offering different perspectives and approaches on the role of new ICTs for KM, as well as measuring the impact and diffusion of new ICTs for KM within organizations. The collection of papers identify challenging problems on the role of new ICTs for KM, as well as the role of new ICTs for KM regarding the design and implementation of innovative products, services or processes in organizations. The e-book explores the phenomena by integrating different perspectives and approaches including qualitative and quantitative empirical. This integration overcomes some limitations about the understanding of the issues under investigation.
- ERP as an Organizational Innovation: Key Users and Cross-boundary Knowledge Management,Factors affecting the use of wiki to manage knowledge in a small company,Group dynamics and the role of ICT in the life cycle analysis of community of practice-based product development: A case study,Harnessing network-based intellectual capital in online academic networks. From the organizational policies and practices towards competitiveness,IT and relationship learning in networks as drivers of green innovation and customer capital: Evidence from the automobile sector,IT Innovation Strategy: Managing the implementation communication and its generated knowledge through the use of an ICT Tool,New ICTs for Knowledge Management in Organizations,The effect of online social networks and competency-based management on innovation capability,The impact of IT-based Knowledge Management Systems on internal venturing and innovation: a Structural Equation Modeling approach to corporate performance,Towards Building Internal Social Network Architecture that Drives Innovation: A Social Exchange Theory Perspective,Web GIS to Enhance Relational Capital: The Case of General Merchandise Retailers