Exploring knowledge governance Online publication date: Mon, 02-Aug-2010
by Nicolai J. Foss, Joseph T. Mahoney
International Journal of Strategic Change Management (IJSCM), Vol. 2, No. 2/3, 2010
Abstract: Knowledge governance is characterised as a distinctive research subject, the understanding of which cuts across diverse fields in management. In particular, it represents an intersection of knowledge management, strategic management, and theories of the firm. Knowledge governance considers how deployment of governance mechanisms influences knowledge processes: sharing, retaining and creating knowledge. We survey the papers in this volume of the special issue, and discuss the remaining research challenges.
Online publication date: Mon, 02-Aug-2010
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