Volume 8, Number 1, 2004
: Knowledge management impacts on decision making process.
, Donna Vandenbrink
: Formative knowledge: from knowledge dichotomy to knowledge geography - knowledge management transformed by the ubiquitous information society.
James S. H. Kwok
, S. Gao
: Knowledge sharing community in P2P network: a study of motivational perspective.
Volume 8, Number 2, 2004
: Establishing a global KM initiative: the Wipro story.
: Reconfiguring knowledge management - combining intellectual capital, intangible assets and knowledge creation.
Jeffrey Y. Kim
, John King
: Managing knowledge work: specialization and collaboration of engineering problem-solving.
: Coordination of technological knowledge flows in firms.
: The reward effect: a case study of failing to manage knowledge.
, Snejina Michailova
: Facilitating knowledge sharing in Russian and Chinese subsidiaries: the role of personal networks and group membership.
: Improving the use of know-how in organizations by reconciling enablers and contributors.
Volume 8, Number 3, 2004
Alan D. Smith
: Knowledge management strategies: a multi-case study.
: Knowledge-related asymmetries in strategic alliances.
: Informal network players, knowledge integration, and competitive advantage.
Lisa G. A. Beesley
: Multi-level complexity in the management of knowledge networks.
: Job-related knowledge sharing: comparative case studies.
Volume 8, Number 4, 2004 Special Issue:
Real time/concurrent knowledge<br />Guest editor(s):
Syed Z. Shariq
John T. Nosek
: Group cognition as a basis for supporting group knowledge creation and sharing.
: Technology challenges for the global real-time enterprise.
Volume 8, Number 5, 2004 Special Issue:
Knowledge-based development II:
knowledge cities<br />Guest editor(s):
Francisco Javier Carrillo
, Edna Pásher
: Innovation engines for knowledge cities: an innovation ecology perspective.
Blanca C. Garcia
: Developing futures: a knowledge-based capital for Manchester.
Volume 8, Number 6, 2004
José María Viedma Marti
: Strategic knowledge benchmarking system (SKBS): a knowledge-based strategic management information system for firms.
: Linking business level strategy with activities and knowledge resources.
Patricia Ordóñez de Pablos
: Knowledge flow transfers in multinational corporations: knowledge properties and implications for management.
Bart van den Hooff
, Jan A. de Ridder
: Knowledge sharing in context: the influence of organizational commitment, communication climate and CMC use on knowledge sharing.