An approach to thinking about and implementing communication research and practice and the design of communication-based systems and activities. Features articles, bibliographies, dissertations, events and syllabi.
Article describes the benefits of inverting the process of knowledge capture. By Peter Dorfman, originally published in Knowledge Inc.
Article describes how IBM improved the functioning of a project team by mapping the informal, shadow networks that lie behind the organizational charts. By David Stamps, in Training.
Transcript of Prabhu Guptara's presentation at The Economist Conferences' 1998 Conference "Knowing More than your Competitors: Putting Knowledge Management to Work." Includes contact information.
An article on implicit knowledge, memory, cognitive development, visual perception, and artificial grammar learning written by Zoltan Dienes and Josef Perner. Published in Behavioral and Brain Sciences.
Working paper describes a research approach and modeling environment that enables the dynamics of enterprise knowledge flows to be formalized through computational models. By Mark Nissen and Raymond Levitt, Stanford University. [PDF]
Study examines how understanding how knowledge flows gives insight into ways in which scientists can work with communities and foster a mutual learning environment. By Leanna Boyer, Wolff-Michael Roth and Yew Jin Lee. [PDF]
Article discusses how knowledge exchanges may provide organizational alternatives closer to the real flow of knowledge. By Rishab Aiyer Ghosh, in Electric Dreams.
Research examins knowledge-sharing patterns in the semiconductor industry. By Melissa M. Appleyard. Features survey results and references.
An interview with John Seely Brown discusses the implications of knowledge flowing easily within specialties, but not across them.