Volume 20, Numbers 1/2, 2000
: Towards the post-Fordist economy: emerging organisational models.
: Changing production paradigm and the transformation of knowledge existing form.
: Making governance mechanisms effective in a coordinated industry: the case of construction in the United Kingdom.
Volume 20, Numbers 3/4, 2000
Larry J. LeBlanc
: The impact of information systems technology on operations management.
June S. Park
: A new revolutionary paradigm of software development for mainstream business operations.
: Using traffic prediction models for providing predictive traveller information.
: IPVM: IT support of concurrent product development teams.
: On the path of enterprise science? An approach to establishing the correspondence of theory and reality in technology-intensive companies.
: The role of continuous improvement within globalisation.
Volume 20, Numbers 5/6/7/8, 2000
Christopher K. Bart
: The relationship between mission and innovativeness in the airline industry: an exploratory investigation.
Gary S. Lynn
, Ali E. Akgün
: A new product development learning model: antecedents and consequences of declarative and procedural knowledge.
, David Sabourin
: Innovative activity in Canadian food processing establishments: the importance of engineering practices.
: Knowledge and knowing as structure: a new perspective on the management of technology for the knowledge based economy.
, John Girardi
: Teaching knowledge management and intellectual capital lessons: an empirical examination of the Tango simulation.
, Lois Peters
: Inter-firm knowledge management practices for technology and new product development in discontinuous innovation.
: Knowledge management at a branchpoint: will we ignore the lessons of the AI discipline the way it ignored the lessons of Ludwig Wittgenstein?
: The technology-component matrix: a tool for analysing and managing knowledge.
: Development of the public sector in the Korean innovation system.
: VAIC™ - an accounting tool for IC management.
Ramkrishnan V. Tenkasi
: The dynamics of cognitive oversimplification processes in R&D environments: an empirical assessment of some consequences.
: Achieving innovation or the Holy Grail: managing knowledge or managing commitment?