Journal: IJKM

Volume 3, Issue 4

1 -- 17Peter Keen, Margaret Tan. Knowledge Fusion: A Framework for extending the Rigor and Relevance of Knowledge Management
18 -- 36Charlie C. Chen, Rong-An Shang, Albert L. Harris. A structurational Analysis of users and Management in a Knowledge Management system Project implementation
37 -- 66Ahmed Selim, Omar E. M. Khalil. Knowledge Management and organizational Performance in the Egyptian software Firms
67 -- 83Aurora Vizcaíno, Juan Pablo Soto, Javier Portillo-Rodríguez, Mario Piattini. Developing Knowledge Management systems from a Knowledge-Based and Multi-Agent Approach
84 -- 110L. A. Digman, Sang M. Lee, Sineenad Paisittanand. Managing Knowledge capabilities for strategy implementation effectiveness
111 -- 122Rune Glomseth, Petter Gottschalk. Information Technology in value shop Activities: An exploratory study of Knowledge Reuse in norwegian Police investigations

Volume 3, Issue 3

1 -- 25A. Hornett, Eric W. Stein. Mapping the Knowledge Management Domain of Ideas: Evidence from a Practice Group
26 -- 45Clyde W. Holsapple, K. G. Jones. Knowledge Chain Activity Classes: Impacts on Competitiveness and the Importance of Technology Support
46 -- 59Wei Li, Alexander Ardichvili, Martin Maurer, Tim Wentling, Reed Stuedemann. Impact of Chinese Culture Calues on Knowledge Sharing Through Online Communities of Practice
60 -- 73H. Taylor. Tacit Knowledge: Conceptualizations and Operationalizations
74 -- 103Jörg Rech, Björn Decker, Eric Ras, Andreas Jedlitschka, Raimund L. Feldmann. The Quality of Knowledge: Knowledge Patterns and Knowledge Refactorings
104 -- 118M. Mohamed, M. Stankosky, V. Ribire. The Key Requirements for Deploying Knowledge Management Services in a Semantic Grid Environment

Volume 3, Issue 2

1 -- 30Derek Asoh, Salvatore Belardo, Jakov J. Crnkovic. Assessing Knowledge Management: Refining and Cross Validating the Knowledge Management Index Using Structural Equation Modeling Techniques
31 -- 46E. Rhoads, K. O Sullivan, M. Stankosky. An Evaluation of Factors that Influence the Success of Knowledge Management Practices in U.S. Federal Agencies
47 -- 67Kevin Laframboise, Anne-Marie Croteau, Anne Beaudry, Mantas Manovas. Interdepartmental Knowledge Transfer Success During Information Technology Projects
68 -- 90C. Vitari, Jennifer Moro, Aurelio Ravarini, I. Bourdon. Improving KMS Acceptance: The Role Of Organizational And Individuals Influence
91 -- 117K. Kautz, A. Kjrgaard. Towards an Integrated Model of Knowledge Sharing in Software Development: Insights from a Case Study
118 -- 131Gilles Balmisse, Denis Meingan, Katia Passerini. Technology Trends in Knowledge Management tools

Volume 3, Issue 1

1 -- 9Frank Land, Urooj Amjad, Sevasti-Melissa Nolas. The Ethics of Knowledge Management
10 -- 28R. Ibrahim, M. Nissen. Discontinuity in Organizations: Developing a Knowledge-Based Organizational Performance Model for Discontinuous Membership
29 -- 48Chay Yue Wah, Thomas Menkhoff, Benjamin Loh, Hans-Dieter Evers. Social Capital and Knowledge Sharing in Knowledge-Based Organizations: An Empirical Study
49 -- 65P. Jackson, R. Webster. The Social Reality of Business Activity: A Contingent Methodology for Knowledge Elicitation and Mapping
66 -- 85M. J. Zhang. An Empirical Assessment of the Performance Impacts of IS Support for Knowledge Transfer
86 -- 99Jennifer L. Priestley, Subhashish Samaddar. Multi-Organizational Networks: Three Antecedents of Knowledge Transfer