Exploring different cultural configurations: how do they affect subsidiaries’ knowledge sharing behaviors?

Journal of Knowledge Management, Volume 19, Issue 2, Page 141-163, April 2015. Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to explore the impact of different cultural typologies (i.e. innovative, competitive, bureaucratic and community) on employees’ knowledge-sharing processes within multinational corporations (MNCs) by taking a subsidiary perspective. It particularly applies the competing values framework to … Read more

Deterrents to Knowledge-sharing in the Pharmaceutical Industry: A Case Study

Journal of Knowledge Management, Volume 19, Issue 2, April 2015. Purpose Effective knowledge-sharing is fundamental to stimulation of the process of knowledge absorption. The limited proximal communication between the employees in the pharmaceutical industry stifles their knowledge-sharing behaviour significantly. This study explored deterrents to knowledge-sharing in pharmaceutical manufacturing. Design/methodology/approach A cross-sectional case study, consisting of … Read more

Management of knowledge creation and sharing to create virtual knowledge-sharing communities: a tracking study

Journal of Knowledge Management, Volume 19, Issue 2, April 2015. Purpose The main aim of this study is to address the lack of research on the potential impact of the radical changes in social networking in the so-called network society and indirectly the need to manage and constructively share in the collateral knowledge creation. To … Read more

Development of ontology from Indian agricultural e-governance data using IndoWordNet: A semantic web approach

Journal of Knowledge Management, Volume 19, Issue 1, February 2015.

Purpose This explorative research study focuses on implementation of semantic web technology on agriculture domain of E-Governance data. The study contributes to an understanding of problems and difficulties in implantations of unstructured and unformatted unique datasets of multilingual local language based electronic dictionary (IndoWordnet).

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Classification of supply chain knowledge: a morphological approach

Abstract Purpose – The purpose of the article is to create a knowledge classification model that can be used by knowledge management (KM) practitioners for establishing a knowledge management framework (KMF) in a supply chain (SC) network. Epistemological as well as ontological aspects of knowledge have been examined. SC networks provide a more generic setting … Read more