Sites that offer methodologies and techniques for managing the flow of knowledge between individuals in organizations and institutions.
Presents research on knowledge communication between experts and decision makers in the realm of management and it contains background material and further references.
Working in Virtual Teams: Overcoming Time and Geography?
Section from a management information systems course on virtual teams as task-based groups that use technology to overcome some of the frictions of time and geography.
Peer-Mediated Distributed Knowledge Management
Paper propose a peer-to-peer architecture which embodies the KEx principle. By Matteo Bonifacio, Paolo Bouquet, Gianluca Mameli and Michele Nori. [PDF] (June 06, 2003)
Infrastructures, Incentives and Institutions: Fostering Distributed Knowledge Bases for the Learning Society
Paper describes a conceptual understanding of the relationship between learning and knowledge accumulation and suggests that diversified systems must be able to cope with the need to produce policies that nurture the learning society. By Pedro Conceicao, Manuel V. Heitor and Francisco Veloso. [PDF] (February 01, 2003)
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