6 edition of Managing Knowledge in the New Economy found in the catalog.
June 1998 by Conference Board .
Written in English
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This book captures the role managers play in the knowledge economy―where uninhibited, on-demand learning inspires employees to achieve higher levels of performance. Authors David Grebow and Stephen J. Gill describe how managers can move from a traditional “command and control” position to become advocates of communication and collaboration.5/5(7).
While the title, Managing in the New Economy, portends an insight into New Economy thinking, the book does not deliver. It is basically divided into 3 parts: Competition and Strategy, Leadership and Organization, and Ideas at Work.4/5(3).
With its balanced coverage, Managing in the New Economy helps us sort out what is truly new about the new economy and what endures from the old. The articles are organized around important managerial issues, revealing how the dynamics shaping the new economy are changing both managers' priorities and the tools they use to make decisions.
The Minds at Work book Exposes Real World Solutions “Minds at Work: Managing for Success in the Knowledge Economy” looks at the new and exciting ways people are being managed that facilitates continuous learning and positive results for the organization.
Embracing the knowledge economy requires. Managing in the New Economy. Magretta, J. (Ed.)Harvard Business SchoolBoston Keywords Management theory, Management techniques, Strategy, Economy. Applicable to both library and information professionals and managers, this book is from the Strategy Editor of the Harvard Business book is what is considered to be some of the best thinking in Author: Kay A.
Cassell, Marina I. Mercado. Today's economy is fueled by knowledge. Every leader knows this to be true, yet few have systematic methods for converting organizational knowledge into economic value. This book argues that communities of practice--groups of individuals formed around common interests and expertise--provide the ideal vehicle for driving knowledge-management strategies and /5(2).
This book captures the role managers play in the knowledge economy—where uninhibited, on-demand learning inspires employees to achieve higher levels of performance.
Authors David Grebow and Stephen J. Gill describe how managers can move from a Managing Knowledge in the New Economy book “command and control” position to become advocates of communication and : David Grebow.
New Rules for the New Economy lays out ten essential dynamics of this emerging ﬁ nancial order. These rules are fundamental principles that are hardwired into this new territory, and that apply to all busi-nesses and industries, not just high-tech ones.
Think of the principles outlined in this book as rules of Size: KB. It’s become abundantly clear that an entirely new approach to organizing, operating, managing and learning in the knowledge economy is needed. A small number of companies have already understood.
Managing Knowledge Integration Across Boundaries Edited by Fredrik Tell, Christian Berggren, Managing Knowledge in the New Economy book Brusoni, and Andrew Van de Ven. The first book to combine advanced conceptual development and rigorous empirical analyses of knowledge integration and boundary crossing.
Georg von Krogh & Johan Roos Managing Knowledge Perspectives on Cooperation and Competition. Support. Adobe DRM ( / – 3 customer ratings) Using both established as well as more recent modes of inquiry, this book sheds new light on an increasingly important dimension of organizational cooperation and competition – that of knowledge.
This is a sneak preview of an important new guide by David Grebow and Stephen J. Gill on managing people and learning in the Knowledge Economy. That book will be published by ATD in Spring Get this from a library. Managing in the new economy.
[Joan Magretta;] -- With contributions from renowned figures such as Michael Porter, Michael Dell and Peter Drucker, this volume looks at the key issues affecting managers in the modern economy. Fair Process in the Knowledge Economy Fair process may sound like a soft issue, but understanding its value is crucial for managers trying to adapt their companies to the demands of the knowledge.
Book Description Offers a fundamentally new conceptual model for the human resource function to meet the challenges of the knowledge economy Provides concrete suggestions for implementing this model, including numerous examples of effective practices from leading-edge firms Synthesizes current thinking on knowledge management and intellectual capital and.
Following is an excerpt from our new book, Minds at Work: Managing for Success in the Knowledge Economy (Chapter Six).
In today’s world, where you, your employees, and your company are completely transparent, your reputation is your most valuable asset. In the knowledge economy, mental input and innovation are what matter, says Mike Weaver, managing director of Duff & Phelps, a.
Papailiou N, Apostolou D, Panagiotou D and Mentzas G Exploring knowledge management with a social semantic desktop architecture Proceedings of the 18th international conference on Database and Expert Systems Applications, ().
The s marked our first foray into building a knowledge economy. And knowledge economies demand an emphasis on leadership that is less urgent in an agrarian and industrial era. Our Most Valuable Asset. What triggers the new-found urgency of leadership in a knowledge-based economy is a change in a company's fundamental assets.
Managing Knowledge reverses the status quo argument that organisational change is driven by the specific demands of large companies. Instead of viewing firms as the catalysts for gradual change, Albert and Bradley argue that expert professionals have fuelled a break away from the traditional organisational structure to an organisational structure at the heart of which is an Cited by: Human Resource Management in the Knowledge Economy examines how human resource management must change if it is to remain a vital part of the organization.
and using employees to a more strategic focus on managing human capital and managing knowledge. The book identifies the most important features of the knowledge economy and details four. Managing Information and Knowledge in Organizations explores the nature and place of knowledge in contemporary organizations, paying particular attention to the management of information and data and to the crucial enabling role played by information and communication technology.
Alistair Mutch draws on a wide range of literature spanning the. 21st century economy, we need to address the following key issues and challenges in managing people in the new economy: Navigating the Contours of Knowledge Management Create a dedicated cell in the organisation that is well supported and well resourced to advocate and advance the cause of knowledge management initiatives at the macro and micro.
This book provides a blueprint for change for HRM activities and contributions in the knowledge economy. It identifies the most important features of the knowledge economy and details four pri-mary roles that HRM professionals must adopt to meet these new challenges effectively.
A secondary purpose of this book is to stim. Managing Knowledge: A Practical Web-Based Approach (Addison-Wesley Information Technology) by Wayne Applehans, Alden Globe, Greg Laugero PDF, ePub eBook D0wnl0ad Managing "knowledge" is a new and vital skill for corporations.
In the information economy, the organization that knows the most about itself and its business is best positioned. knowledge system based on communities of practice. While some of its competitors took as little as three years to get a new vehicle to market, a typical new-product development cycle at Chrysler easily ran ﬁve years.
This was no way to compete. The ﬁrst order of the day was to achieve a dra-matic reduction in this product-development Size: KB. For Drucker, the newest new world was marked, above all, by one dominant factor: “the shift to a knowledge society.” Indeed, Drucker had been anticipating this monumental leap –.
Organizational Knowledge Dynamics: Managing Knowledge Creation, Acquisition, Sharing, and Transformation introduces the idea that organizational knowledge is composed of three knowledge fields Author: Constantin Bratianu.
CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): People management is central to the thinking and practice of management in today’s knowledge economy.
Accordingly, all the HR practice areas need to revolve around the creation, sharing and utilisation of knowledge, which is central to a sustainable competitive advantage in the 21st.
The new reader includes new and revised chapters as well as newly authored material, to provide students with a current resource that enables the study of knowledge management from a variety of perspectives.
Theoretical work and engaging case studies place knowledge management in the context of an emerging global economy. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Strategic Management in the Knowledge Economy: New Approaches and Business Applications by Michael Gibbert, Marius Leibold and Gilbert J.
Probst (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. This book serves as a reference for individuals interested in knowledge management (KM) and educational issues surrounding KM.
It looks at KM as an emerging profession and the need to educate a new generation of knowledge professionals to deal with managing knowledge on the one hand and managing knowledge workers on the other hand.
Underscoring the new central role communities of practice are playing in today's knowledge economy, Cultivating Communities of Practice is the definitive guide to fostering, designing, and developing these powerful groups within and across organizations.
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Organizational Knowledge Dynamics: Managing Knowledge Creation, Acquisition, Sharing, and Transformation introduces the idea that organizational knowledge is composed of three knowledge fields: cognitive knowledge, emotional knowledge, and spiritual knowledge.
This book is useful for graduate students, researchers, and practitioners in. This book captures the role managers play in the knowledge economy—where uninhibited, on-demand learning inspires employees to achieve higher levels of performance.
Use this book to embrace learning anytime, anywhere. Nurture the minds at work, and you’ll win the hearts of your organization. The sharing of knowledge has been a fundamental part of human development since before history was first recorded.
However, in the twenty-first century we find it difficult to retain knowledge in our organisations and tend to lose our memory when people retire, leave or simply go on vacation. This book will help you to develop a knowledge management strategy. In Cultivating Communities of Practice, consultants Etienne C.
Wenger, Richard McDermott, and William Snyder take the concept to another level by describing how these groups might be purposely developed as a key driver of organizational performance in the knowledge age.
Building on a book by Wenger that framed the theory for an academic /5(40). Today's economy is fueled by knowledge.
Every leader knows this to be true, yet few have systematic methods for converting organizational knowledge into economic value.
This book argues that communities - Selection from Cultivating Communities of Practice: A Guide to Managing Knowledge [Book].
The book introduces novel perspectives and indicates new approaches to understanding the modern economy and the role of knowledge in the ever-changing market process. It is thought provoking and even enlightening, and provides an interesting basis for further research to support entrepreneurship and public policy.’.Today's economy is fueled by knowledge.
Every leader knows this to be true, yet few have systematic methods for converting organizational knowledge into economic value. This book argues that communities of practice--groups of individuals formed around common interests and expertise--provide the ideal vehicle for driving knowledge-management.
Managing people is fraught with challengeseven if you're a seasoned manager. Here's how to handle them. If you read nothing else on managing people, read these 10 articles (featuring Leadership That Gets Results, by Daniel Goleman).We've combed through hundreds of Harvard Business Review articles and selected the most important ones to help you maximize 4/5.