Cross-organizational knowledge creation theory from the perspective of I-Ching: case study in Chinese aerospace industry,Domains and opportunities in knowledge and aerospace management in China: an integrative perspective,Editorial,Integrating knowledge and aerospace: modeling a Sima Qian’s future for the possibility of the Chinese overtaking the Americans in outer space,Knowing Guanxi from the perspective of Tao: a mixed methodological approach,Knowledge creation and application in technology collaboration portfolio: two cases in China,Operational efficiency across the Chinese aerospace industry: a DEA and Malmquist analysis,The contingent impacts of market and nonmarket ties on the exchange relationship formation: Chinese automotive industry,The effects of ethical work climate on organizational commitment in Taiwanese military units,The impact of employees’ relationships on tacit knowledge sharing,The role of translation in cross-cultural knowledge transfer within a MNE’s business networks: a 3D-hierarchical model in China,Unraveling the technological innovation pattern of China’s aerospace: synergy innovation
In the knowledge-based era, knowledge has been regarded as a critical resource that gives rise to competitive advantages(Hoskisson et al, 1999; Spender, 1996), and effective knowledge management (KM) becomes a competitive necessity (Donate and de Pablo, 2015), especially for the latecomers such as China. KM studies in China arouse a lot of attention. Aerospace industry is one of the most knowledge intensive industries in China. The development of aerospace requires effective KM. Thus we put together the two areas of KM and aerospace management to make a collection of ten papers, including four aerospace management papers and six knowledge management papers.