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ECKM 2012
6-7 September, Cartagena, Spain
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Preliminary Programme for the 13th European Conference on Knowledge Management – ECKM 2012

 



 

The preliminary programme for the conference is given below. This programme may be subject to change.  A .pdf version of this timetable is available in the download section at the top of the At a Glance web page.

 

 

To assisting in navigating through this large timetable, click on the stream links below

Thursday 6 September 2012

Stream A thru E

Stream F thru K

Posters and WIP

Friday 7 September 2012

Stream A thru E

Stream F thru K

 

 

 

Wednesday 5 September 2012

18:15

In the bar of the Hotel NH
Pre-Conference registration and welcome drink  (until 1930)

19:30

Guided tour of the Consistorial Palace of Cartagena

Thursday 6 September 2012

9:00


Registration and coffee: 3er floor of the Faculty

9:15

Room: 3er floor Auditorium of the Faculty
Opening Remarks

9:30

Welcome from the conference Programe Chair, Dean of the Faculty and Rector of the University

9:50

Keynote address: Dr Helen Rothberg and Dr Scott Erickson
 

10:30

Conference splits into streams

 

 

Room: First floor Aula 25
Stream A:
Knowledge Management Systems
Chair:

Room: First floor Aula 24
Stream B:
KM in Higher Education
Chair:

Room: First floor Aula 23
Stream C:
Models
Chair:

Room: First floor Aula 22
Stream D:
 Mini Track on Knowledge Strategies
Chair:
Constantin Bratianu

Room: First floor Aula 21
Stream E:
Mini Track on Knowledge Management and Innovation
Chair: Marta-Christina Suciu

10:45

The Case for Repositories in Knowledge Managment systems
Zammit Ryan and Mark Woodman, Middlesex University, London, UK

An Approach to the Quality Assessment of Higher Education Institutions via Knowledge Management Principles
Stefankova Jana, Tomas Bata University in Zlin,  and Oliver Moravcik, Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava, Slovakia

Organizational Knowledge Management to Increase Productivity
Mora-Soto Arturo, Maria-Isabel Sanchez-Segura, Fuensanta Medina-Dominguez, Carlos III University of Madrid, Spain and Alejandro Ruiz-Robles, University of Piura, Peru

Ignorance Management: An Alternative Perspective on Knowledge Management In Multinational Organisations
Israilidis John, Russell Lock and Louise Cooke, Loughborough University, UK

Adoption of Knowledge Management Systems in Technological Innovation Contexts
Meroño-Cerdan Angel and Carolina Lopez-Nicolas, University of Murcia, Spain

11:15

Making Sense of Personal Knowledge Management: Revitalising Knowledge Management Systems Development Through an Empirical Study Within an Organisation
Tse Man-Chie and Ravinder Singh Kahlon, Middlesex University, London, UK

Critical Assessment of the Use of Published Knowledge Management Literature and the Rate of Uptake of Knowledge Management Research
Bedford Denise, Kent State University, USA

A Structural Equation Model for Performance in Universities based on Knowledge Management
Nazem Fattah, Islamic Azad University-Roudehen Branch, Iran

Strategic Factors for Developing Sustainable Knowledge Based Organizations
Leon Ramona Diana, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, Iasi, Romania

Exploitation and Organizational Performance: The Role of Old Knowledge and Absorptive Capacity
Ahmed-Dine Rabeh Hammady, Daniel Jiménez-Jiménez and Micaela Martinez-Costa, University of Murcia, Spain

11:45

ERP Systems in Knowledge-Intensive Companies: An Illustrative Case Study of a Publisher
Hustad Eli and Dag H. Olsen, University of Agder, Kristiansand, Norway

Organizational Learning of Teachers in Higher Education: Challenges and Opportunities of Knowledge Management
Juceviciene Palmira and Gintare Edintaite, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania

Creating Change Agents Network (CAN) For Leveraging KM Change
Afshar-Jalili Yasha, KM Institute, Tehran, Iran and Douglas Weidner, International KM Institute, USA

Knowledge Strategies in Using Social Networks
Bratianu Constantin and Ivona Orzea, Academy of Economic Studies of Bucharest, Romania

Relationship Between Knowledge Management and Innovation Level In Mexican SMEs: Empirical Evidence
Maldonado Guzman Gonzalo, María del Carmen Martínez Serna, Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes, México and Domingo García Pérez de Lema, Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena, Spain

12:15

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Thurs
6
Sept

Room: First floor Aula 25
Stream A:
Frameworks and Architectures
Chair -

Room: First floor Aula 24
Stream B:
KM in organisations
Chair -

Room: First floor Aula 23
Stream C:
Models
Chair -

Room: First floor Aula 22
Stream D:
 Mini Track on Knowledge Strategies
Chair -
Constantin Bratianu

Room: First floor Aula 21
Stream E:
Mini Track on Knowledge Management and Innovation
Chair - Marta-Christina Suciu

13:30

Knowledge Management Practices: A Framework Proposal
Mota Freitas Ricardo, Paula Morais and Filomena Lopes, Universidade Portucalense Infante D. Henrique, Porto, Portugal

The Recognition of the Intangible Assets in Business Combinations: The Portuguese case
Carvalho Carla, University of Aveiro, Ana Maria Rodrigues, University of Coimbra and Carlos Ferreira, University of Aveiro, Portugal

Tracing Emerging Meanings by Computer: Semiotic Framework
Zatsman Igor, Institute of Informatics Problems of the RAS, Moscow, Russian Federation

Organizational Learning and Corporate Reputation: Relations and Effects on Financial Performance
Olmedo-Cifuentes Isabel and Inocencia María Martínez-León, Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena, Spain

Learning Innovatove and Creative Economy: Applying VaKE Approach
Weyringer Sieglinde, University of Salzburg, Austria (Academic, Innovation) KM-116

14:00

A New Framework for Organizational Knowledge that Enables Critical Justification
Faran Doron, Ort Braude College, Karmiel, Israel

Knowledge Management Monitoring and Measurement In Organizations: Ecopetrol Experience and Story
Guerra Oscar and William Sánchez, Ecopetrol S.A., Colombia (Non-Academic)

Application of Business Model Principles To Website Project Management
Charvat Michal and Jan Voracek, University of Economics in Prague, Jindrichuv Hradec, Czech Republic

Knowledge Management: An Empirical Study of The Absorptive Capacity of Portuguese SMEs
Valentim Luis, João Lisboa, University of Coimbra and Mário Franco, University of Beira Interior, Covilha, Portugal

Knowledge Management in the Fashion Industry
Olaru Sabina, Pyerina Carmen Ghituleasa, National R& D Institute for Textiles and Leather, Bucharest and Emilia Filipescu, Gheorghe Asachi Technical University, Iasi, Romania

14:30

A Generic Architecture for Virtual Enterprise Memories
Chikhi Imane and Hafida Bouarfa, Saad Dahlab University, Blida, Algeria

Knowledge Managers for Small and Medium Size Service Organisations
Dumitrana Mihaela, Gabriel Jinga, Gabriel Radu and Georgiana Toader, Academy of Economic Studies Bucharest, Romania

Human Resources Management role in Knowledge Management: A Structural Model
Monteiro Samuel, University of Beira Interior, Covilha and Leonor Cardoso, University of Coimbra, Portugal

Knowledge Dynamics in Negotiations
Bratianu Constantin and Stefan Lordache, Academy of Economic Studies of Bucharest, Romania

Lessons Learned From Knowledge Management Failure Factors
Ologbo Andrew and Khalil Nor, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia

15:00

Identification and Documentation of Managerial Experiences: A Conceptual Framework
Ghasemi Hossein, Mehdi Shami Zanjani and Mohammad Mousakhani, University of Tehran, Iran

Knowledge Management in Alliances Between MNCs and SMEs: Evidence From the Pharmaceutical Field
Massaro Maurizio, Udine University, Francesca Dal Mas, Friulchem Spa, Italy  Roland Bardy, Florida Gulf Coast University, USA and Disma Mazzola, Friulchem Spa, Italy 

Using the Soft System Methodology for Designing an Integrated and Inter-Firm Knowledge Management Capabilities Maturity Model
Booto Ekionea Jean-Pierre, Gérard Fillon, University of Moncton, New Brunswick, Michel Plaisent and Prosper Bernard, University of Quebec in Montreal, Canada

Learning Organizations In Emergent Economies
Rauliuc Ruxandra and Constantin Bratianu, Academy of Economic Studies of Bucharest, Romania

Encouraging Innovation and Entrepreneurship through International Cooperation
Vancova Viera, Milos Cambal, Rastilav Beno and Dagmar Caganova, Slovak University of Technology, Trnaba, Slovak Republic

15:30

 

Refreshments

Refreshments

Refreshments

Refreshments

Thurs
6
Sept

Room:  First floor Aula 25
Stream A:
Knowledge costs and marketing
Chair:

Room: First floor Aula 24
Stream B:
Managers and Employees
Chair:

Room: First floor Aula 23
Stream C:
Knowledge Transfer/sharing
Chair:

Room: First floor Aula 22
Stream D:
 Mini Track on Knowledge Strategies
Chair:
Constantin Bratianu

Room: First floor Aula 21
Stream E:
Mini Track on Knowledge Management and Innovation
Chair: Marta-Christina Suciu

16:00

Dependence of Research Productivity on Transaction Costs
Popov Evgeny and Maxim Vlasov, Institute of Economics, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Yekaterinburg, Russia

What or Whom Do Knowledge Managers Manage?
Nissen Hans-Erik, Lund University, Sweden

Knowledge Managers and Transfer Agents: Their Role and Integration in the Development and Implementation of Knowledge Translation Tools
Lortie Monique, University of Quebec in Montreal, Lise Desmarais, University of Sherbrooke and Elena Laroche, TELUQ, Quebec, Canada

The Relationship Analysis Between Knowledge and Student Learning Outcomes
Dima Alina Mihaela, Ramona Cantaragiu and Denisa Gilmeanu,  Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania

Knowledge Management and Creativity: Cause and Possible Solutions to the Financial Crisis
Suciu Marta Christina, Lucianan Piciorus and Cosmin Imbrisca, Academy of Economic Studies Bucharest, Romania

16:30

The Facilitating Role of Knowledge Processors on Knowledge Costs: A Differentiated Perspective on Knowledge Integration Within Action Teams
Siachou Evangelia, Hellenic American University, Manchester, New Hampshire, USA

Knowledge Creation and the Employee Well-Being: Analysis of the Relationship
Maciocha Agnes, Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Ireland, Brian Niehoff,  Kansas State University, USA and Jukka Surakka, Arcada Univrsity, Helsinki, Finland

Can Family Firms Innovate? Sharing Internal Knowledge Under a Social Capital Perspective
Carrasco Hernandez Antonio, Daniel Jimenez Jimenez and Meroño Cerdan, University of Murcia, Spain

Psychological Contract and Knowledge Management Mediated by Cultural Dynamics
Parikh Vishal and John Walton, Sheffield Hallam University, UK

Recommendations for Scientific Collaboratories: Application of KM Findings to a Scientific Collaboratory
Katuscakova Marcela Katuščáková, Martin Katuščák, University of Žilina, Slovak Republic

17:00

Knowledge Marketing: Issues And Prospects
Bolisani Ettore and Enrico Scarso, University of Padua, Vicenza, Italy

Knowledge Management Processes in Portuguese Local Government Sector
Brito Elisabeth, ESTGA - University of Aveiro and Leonor Cardoso, University of Coimbra, Portugal

Knowledge Exchange between IKEA and Suppliers through Social and Environmental Strategy
Martucci Isabella, and Dario Antonio Schirone University Aldo Moro of Bari, Italy

Reacting to Organizational Alerts for Changes in Knowledge Strategies and Creation
Barett Bob, American Public University, Falling Waters, USA (RoundTable)

Applying Positive Psychology to Knowledge Management
El-Den Jamal, Charles Darwin University, Darwin, Australia

17:00

Close of the Conference day

Close of the Conference day

Close of the Conference day

 

Close of the Conference day

18:30

Panoramic tour of Cartagena's beautiful places

20:00

 Conference Dinner in the Auditorio y Palacio de Congresos El Batel

 

Wednesday 5 September 2012

18:15


Pre-Conference registration and welcome drink  (until 1930)

 

19:30

Guided tour of the Consistorial Palace of Cartagena

 

Thursday 6 September 2012

9:00


Registration and coffee: 3er floor of the Faculty 

 

9:15

Room: 3er floor Auditorium of the Faculty
Opening Remarks

 

9:30

Welcome from the conference Programe Chair, Dean of the Faculty and Rector of the University

 

9:50

Keynote address: Dr Helen Rothberg and Dr Scott Erickson
 

 

10:30

Conference splits into streams

 

 

Room: First floor Aula 18
Stream F:
Mini Track on Knowledge and Organizational Learning in Healthcare 
Chair:
Gabriel Cepeda-Carrion and Juan-Gabriel Cegarra-Navarro

Room: First floor Aula 17
Stream G:
Knowledge Sharing
Chair:

Room: First floor Aula 16
Stream H:

Chair:

Room: First floor Aula 15
Stream I:
Mini Track on Knowledge in Action
Chair: Sandra Moffett

Room: First floor Aula 12
Stream J:
PhD Colloquium
Chair: Dr María Eugenia Sánchez

10:45

Knowledge Sharing in Networks within the Healthcare Sector: Measuring Knowledge Management Capabilities
Barbeira Marisa, Polytechnic Institute of Castelo Branco, Mário Franco, University of Beira Interior, Portugal and Heiko Haase, University of Applied Sciences Jena, Germany

The Influence of Affective Commitment and Trust on Knowledge Sharing In Malaysian Universities: A Comparison between Public and Private Universities
Goh See Kwong, Taylor's University and Manjit Singh Sandhu, Monash University, Sunway Campus, Malaysia

Managing Knowledge Network For Sporting Events: Evidence From an Italian Case
Romiti Anna and Daria Sarti, University of Florence, Italy

Knowledge Management, Intranet and Organizational Change: Is This Possible?
Klotz Ute, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Switzerland (presentation only)

1045-1055
Enterprise Wiki Application Scenarios and Their Relation to User Motivation
Lin Dada and Stefan Ehrlich, Technical University Dresden/T-Systems Multimedia Solutions Gmbh, Germany
1100-1110
How do Individuals Affect the Process of Managing Tacit Knowledge?
Kennedy Jennifer, Claire Gubbins and Finian Buckley, Dublin City University, Ireland
1115-1125
Performance Analysis Methodology of Environmental Knowledge at the Organizational Level
Herghiligiu Ionut Viorel and Luminita Mihaela Lupu , Gheorghe Asachi Technical University  of Iasi, Romania
1130-1140
A KM Perspective on Implementing an Electronic Patient Record Within an NHS Hospital
McCracken Sara and John Edwards, Aston Business School, UK
1145-1155
Transform Explicit Knowledge to Implicit - Status or Process?
Solyom Andrea and Viktoria Stiftr, Széchenyi István University, Hungary
1155-1215 Discussion and feedback

11:15

Safe Medication use in Paediatrics: A Challenge Related to Information Capture, Management and Control
Cibotaru Ana and Monique Lortie, University of Quebec in Montreal, Canada

A Research on the Knowledge Leader in a Polishing Industry Cluster
Miyamoto Takuya, Kurume University, Japan

Facilitators and Barriers in Local Emergency Knowledge Management: Communities of Practise in Inter-Organisational Partnerships
Ndlela Martin Nkosi, Hedmark University College, Norway

Identifying Barriers of Knowledge Sharing in Malaysian Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs)
Rangamiztousi Ashkan, University Technology Malaysia and Neo Tse Kian, Multimedia University, Malaysia

11:45

The Role of eLoyalty in Online Health Care Services Success
Solano-Lorente Marcelina, Eva Martínez-Caro, and Juan Gabriel Cegarra-Navarrro, Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena, Spain

The Barriers to Knowledge Sharing Within a Third Sector Sport Organisation
Jackson Thomas, Rebecca Timms, Christopher Hinde and Paul Parboteeah, Loughborough University and Rachel Washington, Amateur UK Swimming Association, UK

Knowing - Source of Competitive Advantage in Postcapitalist Economy "Architecture"
Croitor (Tcaciuc) Elizabeth Lorena and Andrei Alexandru Morosan, University Stefan Cel Mare of Suceava, Romania

Are There Differences in the Way Middle Managers and their Subordinates are Available for Each Other Based on the Middle Managers' Individual Characteristics?
Gaál Zoltán, Lajos Szabó, Nora Obermayer-Kovács, Anikó Csepregi, University of Pannonia, Veszprem, Hungary

12:15

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

 

Thurs
6
Sept

Room: First floor Aula 18
Stream F:
Mini Track on Knowledge and Organizational Learning in Healthcare 
Chair -
Gabriel Cepeda-Carrion and Juan-Gabriel Cegarra-Navarro

Room: First floor Aula 17
Stream G:
Knowledge Sharing
Chair -

Room: First floor Aula 16
Stream H:
Mini Track on Competitive Intelligence and Knowledge Management
Chair - Scott Erickson and Helen Rothberg

Room: First floor Aula 15
Stream I:
Mini Track on Knowledge in Action
Chair – Sandra Moffett

Room: First floor Aula 12


Stream J: PhD Colloquium

Chair: Dr María Eugenia Sánchez

13:30

The Personal Touch: Exchanging Knowledge Through Manager Placements In Research Teams
Bullock Alison, Christine Atwell, Cardiff University and Zoe Slote Morris, Morris Buscher Associates, Cambridge, UK

An Analysis of the Barriers of Knowledge: An Insight of Thai Firms
Bechina Arntzen Aurilla Aurelie, Buskerud College University, Norway and Lugkana Worasinchai, Bangkok University, Thailand

Competiveness from Contextualisation of Supply Chain Knowledge
Lopez Gabriela, Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes, México, Steve Eldridge, University of Manchester, UK, Salomón Montejano and Patricia Silva, Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes, Mexico

Knowledge Management in the United Kingdom: Cases in Action
Moffett Sandra, University of Ulster at McGee, Londonderry, Rodney McAdam and Paul Humphries, University of Ulster at Jordanstown, Newtonabbey, UK

1330-1340
The Impact of Organization Culture on Knowledge Sharing Among Employees In Commercial Bank of Ethiopia
Temtim Assefa,  Million Meshesha, Addis Ababa University,Ethiopia and Monica Garfield, Bentley University, Boston, USA
1345-1355

Collective Intelligence Model For Knowledge Management In Technology-Based Clusters
Marulanda Carlos, Universidad de Caldas, Patricia Lopez, Logopolis S.A.S,  and Marcelo Lopez, Universidad de Caldas, Colombia
1400-1410
Will the New Management Structures Overcome the Instability of the Economic Environment?
Toader Georgiana Gabriela and Mihaela Adriana Dumitrana, Mirela Nichita and Marcel Vulpoi, Academy of Economic Studies Bucharest, Romania
1415-1425
What Effect Does Multi-Stakeholder Roles and Interactions have on University Technology Commercialisation?
Miller Kristel, Queens University Belfast, Sandra Moffett, Rodney McAdam and Michael Brennan, University of Ulster, Belfast, UK
1430-1440
Composition of ICT Project Teams from Social Network Analysis Point of View
Mesicek Libor and Jiri Svoboda, University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic
1445-1455
Innovation Strategy and New Product Success: An Empirical Review of the Role of Exploitation and Exploration
Ahmed-Dine Rabeh Hammady, Daniel Jiménez Jiménez and Micaela Martinez-Costa, University of Murcia, Spain
1500-1510
Measuring Customer Satisfaction: An Infusion of Practical Insight Into an Old Paradigm.
Pandey Pushkal Kumar, Sandra Moffett and Rodney McAdam, University of Ulster, UK
1515-1525
Knowledge Management and Enterprise Risk Management in Romania-a Study Case
Comanescu Adina, Acamedy of Economic Studies and Iulian Visoiu, University Gheorhe Asachi, Romania (Phd_Research, Mini Track On Creativity And Knowledge Management) KM-263

14:00

Management of Tacit Knowledge to Overcome Learning Barriers Between Professions
Thim Christof and Nadja Weber, University of Potsdam, Germany

Knowledge Sharing In Crowdsourcing: It is More Than Motivation
Gan Chunmei, Central China Normal University, China and Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland, Kirsimarja Blomqvist and Miia Kosonen, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland

Benchmarking Competitive Intelligence Activity
Rothberg Helen, Marist College, Poughkeepsie and Scott Erickson, Ithaca College, Ithica, NY, USA

Decision Making Methodology to support the Project Implementation of Knowledge Management in Business
Vasquez Paniagua José Alfredo and Jenny Martínez Crespo, Universidad EAFIT, Colombia

14:30

Drivers of Knowledge Management Innovations in the Healthcare Sector
Meroño-Cerdan Angel and Carolina Lopez-Nicolas, University of Murcia, Spain

Common Benefits and Goal Cooperativeness as Driving Forces for Knowledge Management
Frankl Gabriele, Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Austria

Balancing Knowledge Management and Competitive Intelligence, Initial Insights
Erickson Scott, Ithaca College, Ithaca and Helen Rothberg, Marist College, Poughkeepsie, NY, USA

KM In Action: Experiences From an Australian Government Trial of Intellectual Capital Statements
Whyte Merryl and Suzanne Zyngier, Latrobe University, Bundoora, Australia

15:00

How Knowledge Brokers Promote Research Findings: Theory and Evidence From Canadian Health Services
Ziam Saliha, Téluq-University, Réjean Landry and Nabil Amara, Laval University, Quebec, Canada

Improving Knowledge Sharing :Leading Practices Applied to a Distributed Program Management Community
Iancu Elena-Victoria, Remko Helms, Utrecht University, Knut Grahlmann and Frank Harmsen, Ernst & Young, The Netherlands

Competitive Intelligence and Co-opetitive Influence Networks: The Case of High-technology European SMEs 
Salvetat David, La Rochelle Business School and Jean Sebastien Lacam Management Science Groupe Sup de Co La Rochelle – CEREGE , France

Management of Knowledge Workers
Mladkova Ludmila, University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic

15:30

Refreshments

Refreshments

Refreshments

Refreshments

Refreshments

 

Thurs
6
Sept

Room: First floor Aula 18
Stream F:
Mini Track on Knowledge and Organizational Learning in Healthcare 
Chair:
Gabriel Cepeda-Carrion and Juan-Gabriel Cegarra-Navarro

Room: First floor Aula 17
Stream G:
Knowledge Sharing
Chair:

Room:  First floor Aula 16
Stream H:
Mini Track on Competitive Intelligence and Knowledge Management
Chair: Scott Erickson and Helen Rothberg

Room: First Floor Aula 15
Stream I:
Mini Track on Knowledge in Action
Chair: Sandra Moffett

Room: First floor Aula 12

Stream J: PhD Colloquium
Chair: Dr María Eugenia Sánchez

Room: First floor Aula 10


Stream K: Knowledge Café


Led by Eli Husted and Aurilla Aurelie Bechina Arntzen

16:00

The Influence of Technology Slack and Tacit Knowledge in the Capability of Organizational Learning in Hospital-In-the-Home Units
Salmador Sanchez Paz, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Juan Gabriel Cegarra, Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena, Gabriel Cepeda, Universidad de Sevilla and Eva Martínez, Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena, Spain

Knowledge Sharing Among University Teachers: The Role of Organizational Commitment
Costa Vítor and Samuel Monteiro, University Of Beira Interior, Covilha, Portugal

Synergy Between Competitive Intelligence and Knowledge Management: A Key for Competitive Advantage
Chebbi Ghannay Jihene, ESCT and Ben Ammar Mamlouk Zeineb, ESSEC, Tunisia

Challenges Facing Airport Billing Processes, Knowledge Hierarchies and Performing Employees at Fraport
Früauff Dieter, Fraport AG, Germany and Liverpool John Moores Unviersity, Yusra Mouzughi and Karim Menacere, John Moores University, UK

1600-1610
Organisational Knowledge Management: Three Case Studies in the Hospitality Industry
Sequeira Bernardete Dias, Universidade do Algarve, António Manuel Serrano, Universidade de Évora and João Filipe Marques, Universidade do Algarve, Portugal
1615-1625
Clients versus Employees: A  Strategic Proposal to Transfer Emotional Knowledge
Grigore Claudia, Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania
1630-1640
Banks’ Intangibles In Developing Relationships With Young Customers
Klimontowicz Monika, University of Economics in Katowice, Poland
1645-1655
Cultural Side of Tacit Knowledge Management
Bencsik Andrea, Viktória Stifter and Andrea Sólyom, Széchenyi István University, Györ, Hungary
1700-1710
Corporate Training in Need of New Lens
Khan Sajid and Phil Ramsey, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand
1710-1730 Feedback and discussion

Knowledge Café on the Gender-Related Issues in Knowledge Management:
 How to Promote Female Features and Qualities in KM Initiatives

16:30

Service Quality Through Managing Knowledge Integration in Healthcare Organizations: The Case of a Rehabilitation Centre in Italy.
Sarti Daria and Anna Romiti, University of Florence, Italy

Enabling Employees’ Knowledge Sharing Through Organizational and Individual Factors: Evidence from Italian Firms
Cavaliere Vincenzo Francesco, Daria Sarti, University of Florence and Sara Lombardi, LUISS Guido Carli University, Rome Italy

Developing Organizational Intelligence through Knowledge Management and Competitive Intelligence: A Comparative Study
De Angelis Cristiano and Charles Despres, SKEMA, France

Putting KM to Work: Modeling and Operationalizing the Relationship Between Knowledge Transfer and International Project Success
Pantelides Arthur, Sumitomo Drive Technologies, Chesapeake, Virginia, USA

17:00

Middle Managers’ Behavioral Exemplarity: A Sine Qua Non Condition for Transferring Knowledge
Beliveau Julie, University of Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada

Identifying Knowledge Management Characteristics at Team Level In Knowledge Intensive Organizations
Singh Ram Manohar and Meenakshi Gupta, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai, India

 

Knowledge Management and Customer Relationship Management for Accounting Services Companies
Nichita Mirela Elena, Marcel Vulpoi and Georgiana Toader, Bucharest, Academy of Economic Studies, Romania

17:00

Close of the Conference day

Close of the Conference day

Close of the Conference day

Close of the Conference day

Close of the Conference day

Close of the Conference day

18:30

Panoramic tour of Cartagena's beautiful places

20:00

 Conference Dinner in the Auditorio y Palacio de Congresos El Batel

 

Friday 7 September 2012

8:30

Refreshments available

9:00

Room: 3rd floor Auditorium of the Faculty
Opening messages

9:05

Keynote address: Dr Anthony Wensley

9:50

Presentation to announce ECKM 2013 in Kaunas, Lithuania

10:00

Refreshments
Poster contributors will stand by their posters

Refreshments
Poster contributors will stand by their posters

Refreshments
Poster contributors will stand by their posters

Refreshments
Poster contributors will stand by their posters

Refreshments
Poster contributors will stand by their posters

 

Room:  First floor Aula 25
Stream A:
Knowledge Management Issues
Chair -

Room: First floor Aula 24
Stream B:
Learning and the Knowledgable Organisation
Chair -

Room: First floor Aula 23
Stream C:
Customers
Chair -

Room: First floor Aula 22
Stream D:
 Mini Track on Knowledge Strategies
Chair -
Constantin Bratianu

Room: First floor Aula 21
Stream E:
Mini Track on Knowledge Management and Innovation
Chair - Marta-Christina Suciu

10:30

Fifty-Plus Years on and the Question Remains: Why do we still not have a Theory of Tacit Knowledge?
Harlow Harold, Wingate University, Wingate, NC, USA

Linking Congenital Learning with Organizational Performance through Work-life Balance Culture
Wensley Anthony, University of Toronto at Mississauga, Canada, David Cegarra-Leiva, Maria-Eugenia Sánchez-Vidal and Juan-Gabriel Cegarra-Navarro, Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena, Spain

Organizational Capabilities and Customer Value: a Dynamic Capability View
Martelo Silvia, Carmen Barroso and Gabriel Cepeda, University of Seville, Spain

The Impact of Relationship Marketing on the Development of the Intellectual Capital of a Company
Pelau Corina and Nicolae Al. Pop, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania

Testing the Intellectual Capital Model Using Biplots
Matos Florinda, CAPP–ISCSP Technical University of Lisbon and ESTG–Polytechnic Institute of Leiria,  Albino Lopes, CAPP–ISCSP Technical University of Lisbon, Nuno Matos and Valter Vairinhos, ICAA, Santarém, Portugal

11:00

Exploring Complexity in the Relationship Between Entrepreneurial Knowledge Exploration and Exploitation: Individual Assigned Patents in Ireland, 1976-2009
O' Connor Marie, University College Cork, Ireland and Nola Hewitt-Dundas, Queens University Belfast, Northern Ireland

Developing Effective Change Leadership to Build the Knowledgeable Organisation: A Paradoxical Foundation
McKenzie Jane, Christine van Winkelen, Henley Business School and Paul Aitken, Mastering Leadership Agility Ltd, Minehead, UK

Codification and Reutilization of Knowledge in the Naval Industry
Martinez-Conesa Eusebio-Angel and Antonio-Juan Brionés-Peñalver, Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena Spain

Consumer Knowledge: The Differences between the Perception of the Consumer's own Behavior and that of an Observer
Istudor Nicolae and Pelau Corina, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania

Organizational Learning For Innovation: Challenges for Different Organizations Management
Janiunaite Brigita and Monika Petraite, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania

11:30

Cynefin for Practitioners: Avoiding Dagnostic and Intervention Feedback Errors
Oliver Gary, The University of Sydney, Australia

Action Learning and Knowledge Management
Radu Catalina, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania

Who are the Customers Sharing KnowledgeIn Terms of Internet Shopping?
Tislerova Kamila, Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic

Integrated Model of Knowledge Risk Management and Intellectual Capital In A Bank
Tantau Adrian Dumitru Eliza Laura Coras, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania

Social Capabilities and Innovation in the Industrial Cluster: A Case Study in Southern Italy
De Felice Annunziata, University of Bari, Itlay

12:00

Multilayer Structure of Knowledge Nodes
Schumann Christian-Andreas and Claudia Tittmann, University of Applied Sciences Zwickau, Germany

Knowledge Management – What do Uncertainty Management and the Project Owner Perspective have to do with it?
Johansen Agnar and Anandasivakumar Ekambaram, SINTEF - Technology and Society, Norway

Impact of Relational Capital on Business Value
Garcia Merino Jose Domingo, Lidia Garcia Zambrano and Arturo Rodriguez Castellanos, University of the Basque Country, Spain

Using Visualization for Strategic Decision Making: A Case of Slovenian Entrepreneurs
Biloslavo Roberto, Tina Kregar Bratkovic  and Katjuša Gorela, University of Primorska, Koper, Slovenia

The Role of External Knowledge in Open Innovation: A Systematic Review of Literature
Kruse Paul, Dresden University of Technology and KRC-Knowledge Research Centre V, Dresden, Germany

12:30

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Fri
7
Sept

Room:  First floor Aula 25
Stream A:
Organisational issues
Chair -

Room: First floor Aula 24
Stream B:
Web based activities
Chair -

Room: First floor Aula 23
Stream C:
KM in Higher Education
Chair -

Room: First floor Aula 22
Stream D:
 Knowledge Strategies
Chair -
Constantin Bratianu

Room: First floor Aula 21
Stream E:
Mini Track on Knowledge Management and Innovation
Chair - Marta-Christina Suciu

13:30

An Exploration of Epistemic Culture as a Barrier to Knowledge Flows
van Winkelen Christine and Jane McKenzie, Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK

From Narration to a Conclusion in Online Competence Network Meetings 
Hermanrud Inge, Hedmark University College, Norway

Online Marketing in Higher Education
Svoboda Petr, Jan Voracek and Michal Novak, University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic

Knowledge Transfer Strategies In Medical Education
Vasilache Simona, Academy of Economic Studies Bucharest, Romania

Chance Encounters: Where do they Take Place and what is the Benefit?
Erni Baumann Claudia and Roman Boutellier, ETH Zürich, Switzerland

14:00

Building the Intangible Cube: Assessment of the Relevant Organisational Dimensions of Intangible Assets 
Tomé Eduardo, Universidade Lusiada de Famalicao, Portugal and Miguel Gonzalez-Loureiro, University of Vigo, Spain

The Effects of a Multilevel Web Based Daily Reporting System on Knowledge Management of a Multi Project Organization
Fotoohi Hadi, Information and Communication Technology Institute (ICTI), Isfahan University of Technology, Iran

Students’ Knowledge Management and Uses of Web 2.0 Technologies In Higher Education:Comparative Study Between Four Different Countries (Canada, USA, India and Saudi Arabia)
Rajabion Lila, Penn State University, USA, Samir Shah, Kumarashabair Subramaniam, Prince Mohammad University, Saudi Arabia and Reza Ariaeinejad, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Knowledge Management and Organizational Structure: Mutual Influences
Varzaru Mihai, Anca Antoaneta Varzaru, University of Craiova and Carmen Cristina Albu, Transilvania University, Brasov, Romania

Application of Preventive Practices in Healthcare by Nurses: An Innovative Perspective of Knowledge Absorptive Capacity
Laroche Elena and Saliha Ziam, TÉLUQ, Quebec, Canada

14:30

The Inobtrusive Way of Organisational Knowledge Mapping
Nozicka Josef, University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic

 

A Structural Equation Model of Knowledge Management for Empowerment in Universities
Nazem Fattah, Islamic Azad University-Roudehen Branch, Iran

An Empirical and Theoretical Study of the Relevance of Knowledge Management in Energy Power Generator Organisations
Saiz Barcena Lourdes, Angel Manzanedo, Roberto Alcalde Delgado, University of Burgos and Maria Alonso, Universidad de Politécnica de Cartagena, Spain

IT Competency, Internal and External Learning Competency and the Commercial Success of Innovation
Fernandez-Mesa Anabel,  INGENIO (CSIC-UPV), Jose Ferreras-Méndez, Joaquín Alegre-Vidal, Universitat de València and Ricardo Chiva-Gómez, University Jaume I, Castellon, Spain

15:00

 

 

A Knowledge Management Methodology to Enhance Learning Experience of Undergraduate and Postgraduate Coursework Students
Leung Nelson, Nicole Tsang, Narumon Sriratanaviriyakul, Melina Silva and Hannarong Shamsub, RMIT International University Vietnam, Ho Chi Min City, Vietnam

 

Concept of Knowledge Management at the Front-End of Innovation: Research From Netline
Jurczyk-Bunkowska Magdalena, Opole University of Technology and Krzysztof Jungowski, NetLine Group, Poland

16:00

Room: 3rd floor Auditorium of the Faculty
Summary of the issues raised durng the conference
Led by Juan Gabriel Ceggara

16:30

Close of conference

Close of conference

Close of conference

Close of conference

Close of conference

19:30

Knowledge Tapa - A Tapa tour around Cartagena tasting TAPAS

 

Friday 7 September 2012

8:30

Refreshments available

9:00

Room: 3er floor Auditorium of the Faculty
Opening messages

9:05

Keynote address: Dr Anthony Wensley

9:50

Presentation to announce ECKM 2013 in Kaunas, Lithuania

10:00

Refreshments
Poster contributors will stand by their posters

Refreshments
Poster contributors will stand by their posters

Refreshments
Poster contributors will stand by their posters

Refreshments
Poster contributors will stand by their posters

Refreshments
Poster contributors will stand by their posters

 

Room: First floor Aula 18
Stream F:
Mini Track on Knowledge and Organizational Learning in Healthcare Organizations 
Chair -
Gabriel Cepeda-Carrion and Juan-Gabriel Cegarra-Navarro

Room: First floor Aula 17
Stream G:
Mini Track on Cultural Influences & Factors in KM 
Chair - Ali Hessami

Room:  First floor Aula 16
Stream H:
Mini Track on Creativity and Knowledge management
Chair - Christoph Thim

Room: First floor Aula 15
Stream I:
Mini Track on Knowledge in Action
Chair – Sandra Moffett

Room: First floor Aula 12
Stream J:
PhD Colloquium
Chair: Dr María Eugenia Sánchez

10:30

The Role of Knowledge Dynamics in Developing a Medical Community of Practice
Maracine Virginia, Iulia Mares, Emil Scarlat, Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Adriana Sarah Nica, University of Medicine and Pharmacology Carol Davila, Bucharest, Romania and Ettore Bolisani, University of Padua, Vicenza, Italy

The Role of National Culture in Knowledge Sharing: A Multinational Corporation Perspective
Jackson Tom, Paul Parboteeah and Victoria Morgan, Loughborough University, UK

Using Creativity Techniques as Operative Knowledge Management Tools - A Case Study
Gronau Norbert,  André Ullrich, Edzard Weber and Christof Thim, Potsdam University, Germany

Intellectual Capital Statement (ICS) as a Method of Measurement and Management of Knowledge Assets
Ujwary-Gil Anna, National Luois University, Nowy Sacz, Poland

1030-1040
Theoretical Comprehension of the Term Trust and its Role in Intra-organisational Knowledge Sharing
Block Madeleine, University of Eastern Finland, Kuopio, Finland
1045-1055
Understanding the Role of Ego-centered Knowledge Networks in Problem Solving and Individual Performance
Ghaznavi Mahmood, Martin Perry, Keri Logan and Paul Toulson, Massey University, New Zealand
1100-1110
The Impact of Individual and Organizational Characteristics on Knowledge Sharing
Pohontu Alexandru-Ionut and Paula Fuioaga (Basu), Gheorghe Asachi Technical University of Iasi, Romania
1115-1125
Knowledge-Based Management for SMEs From Romania and Spain: Comparative Study
Ciocârlan-Chitucea Alina, Dan Popescu and Cristina State, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania
1130-1140
SOPIM: Sensitive Organization’s Processes Identification Methodology for Knowledge Localization
Turki Mohamed, University of Picardie Jules Verne, Inès Saad, Amiens School of Management, France, Faiez Gargouri, University of Sfax, Tunisia and Gilles Kassel, University of Picardie Jules Verne, France
1145-1155
Critical Knowledge Monitor System Model: Healthcare context
Pereira Tiago  and Henrique Santos, Universidade do Minho, Guimaraes, Portugal
1200-1230 Discussion and Feedback

11:00

Knowledge Management Strategy, Organizational Learning and the Effectiveness of Innovation Outcomes: A Study in Spanish Hospitals
Leal-Rodriguez Antonio, Antonio Leal-Millán, Jaime Ortega-Gutierrez and José Luis Roldán-Salgueiro, University of Seville, Spain

Organisational Readiness for Knowledge Management: University of Bahrain Case Study
Al-Bastaki Yousif and Amani Shajera, University of Bahrain, Bahrain

Methodology for  Implementating a Collective Intelligence Creation Model in Business Networks
Martinez Crespo Jenny and José Alfredo Vásquez Paniagua, Universidad EAFIT, Medellin, Colombia

The Need for a Robust Knowledge Assessment Framework
O'Brien Jamie, St. Norbert College, De Pere, Wisconsin, USA

11:30

Intellectual Capital and Knowledge Management Models within Public Heathcare Organisations
Sanguino Galvan Ramon, Ascension Barroso Martinez and Diego Goneaga, University of Extramadura, Badajoz, Spain

How Shared Language and Shared Vision Motivate Effective Knowledge Sharing Behaviour.
Evans Max, Anthony Wensley and Chun Wei Choo, University of Toronto, Canada

Knowledge Creation in Collaborative Research Projects: Project Management as Enabler, Hindrance or just a simple tool? 
Hald Linda, NTNU, Agnar Johansen and Anandasivakumar Ekambaram and, SINTEF, Trondheim, Norway

The Role of Knowledge in the Process of Growth of Italian Firms
Rinaldi Anna Maria Costanza, University of Bari, Italy

12:00

A Descriptive Analysis of KMS Success in Turkish Healthcare Organisations
Handzic Meliha and Kursad Ozlen, International Burch University, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Impact of the Perceived Expatriates’ Leadership Styles on Thai Subordinates’ Intention to Share Knowledge
Adulavidhaya Pichamon and Vincent Ribiere, Bangkok University, Thailand

A Framework for Creating Creative Workspaces
Walter Christian, Institute for Knowledge and Innovation South-East Asia, Bangkok University, Thailand

Knowledge Management for Competitive Advantage: A Case Study in Global Energy Consulting
Skok Walter, Kingston University, Kevin Clarke and Sandeep Krishnappa, KBC Advanced Technologies Plc, UK

12:30

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Fri
7
Sept

Room: First floor Aula 18
Stream F:
Intellectual Capital
Chair -

Room: First floor Aula 17
Stream G:
Mini Track on Cultural Influences & Factors in KM 
Chair - Ali Hessami

Room:  First floor Aula 16
Stream H:
Case Studies
Chair -

Room: First floor Aula 15
Stream I:
Mini Track on Knowledge in Action
Chair – Sandra Moffett

Room: First floor Aula 12
Stream J:
Mini Track on Global Application of Social Software Applications for Knowledge Management 
Chair –  Jan M. Pawlowski

13:30

Intellectual Capital Statements In Brazilian SME - Lessons Learned From the First Pilot-Implementations
Fernandez y Fernandez Eloi, Camilo Augusto Sequeira, Institute of Energy, Catholic University, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Kai Mertins and Will Markus, Fraunhofer IPK, Berlin, Germany

Requirements Elicitation In International Information Systems Design: What Competencies are Needed to Manage the Knowledge of the Stakeholders?
Hoel Tore, Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, Norway and Philipp Holtkamp, University of Jyväskylä, Finland

Importance of Knowledge Services in the Czech Republic and Germany: A Case Study
Tuckova Zuzana, Tomas Bata University in Zlín, Czech Republic

Living Uncertainty Management: An Approach to Learning and Improvement In Project-Based Organizations
Johansen Agnar, Anandasivakumar Ekambaram, SINTEF - Technology and Society and Linda Hald, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway

The Strength of Ties on Social Networks: An Examination of Demographic Determinants
Bogolyubov Pavel, Lancaster University Management School, UK

14:00

Intellectual Capitaland Financial Results: a Case Study
Santos-Rodrigues Helena , Polytechnic Institute of Viana do Castelo and Universidade do Algarve,  Guiomar Pereira-Rodrigues, Polytechnic Institute of Viana do Castelo, Portugal and Desireé Cranfield, University of Southampton, UK

Organizational Instructional Communication as a Cultural Based Competitive Intelligence Tool
Capatina Alexandru and Gianita Bleoju, University Dunarea de Jos of Galati, Romania

Aspects of Knowledge Management in Slovak Industrial Enterprises
Sujanova Jana, Peter Gabris,  Miroslav Licko, Pavel Pavlenda, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Trnava, Slovak Republic and Renata Stasiak-Betlejewska, Czestochowa University of Technology, Poland

The Conditions, Motives and Methods of Sharing Knowledge with the Participation of Key Personnel in Enterprises
Morawski Mieczyslaw, Wroclaw University of Economics, Poland

Understanding the Role of Trust in Virtual Communities of Practice: Perspectives From Members and Businesses
Pho Hang Thu, Nina Saustrup and Torben Tambo, AU Herning, Aarhus University, Denmark

14:30

The Creation and Deterioration of Intellectual Capital in a Meta-Organisation
Vale José, Aveiro University, Manuel Branco and João Ribeiro, Porto University, Portugal

Factors Affecting Knowledge Sharing (KS) in Jordanian Pharmaceutical Companies
Kharabsheh Radwan, Kahraman Zuriqat, Hashemite University, Zarqa and Ihab Magableh, German Jordanian University, Amman, Jordan

Environmental Knowledge Management Processes and Supply Chain Management Environmental Performance of Malaysian Manufacturing Firms: An Exploratory Study
Goh Gerald Guan Gan, Multimedia University, Uchenna Cyril Eze, Monash University and Kian En Lim, Multimedia University, Malaysia

 

Global Social Knowledge Management: The Future of Knowledge Management Across Borders?
Pawlowski Jan and Henri Pirkkalainen, University of Jyväskylä, Finland

15:00

Intellectual Capital Competitiveness Capabilities Evaluation (ICCE): A Conceptual Model
Grimaldi Michele and Livio Cricelli, University Of Cassino and Musadaq Hanandi, University Of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy

 

 

 

Manifesto for a Standard on Knowledge Exchange in Social Knowledge Management Environments
Peinl René,  Hof-University of Applied Sciences, Germany,  Stefan Thalmann, Isabella Seeber, Ronald Maier, University of Innsbruck, Austria, Lars Hetmank, Paul Cruse, Eric Schoop, TU Dresden, Germany, Jan Pawlowski, University of Jyväskylä, Finland and Markus Bick, ESCP Europe, Berlin,  Germany

16:00

Room:
Summary of the issues raised durng the conference
Led by

 

16:30

Close of conference

Close of conference

Close of conference

Close of conference

 

19:30

Knowledge Tapa - A Tapa tour around Cartagena tasting TAPAS

 

Posters to be presented during the coffee break on Friday from 1000-1030

Work-in-Progress papers with Posters

Poster only

Evolutionary Stages of Knowledge Management: Critical Reflections and Identification of Gaps
Escrivao Giovana and Sergio Luis da Silva, Universidade Federal de São Carlos - UFSCar, Brazil

Knowledge Management and Empowerment at a University Hospital In the 21st Century
Sampedro Camarena Frederic, Hospital de San Pablo (UAB), María Paz Salmador, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Frederic Sampedro Santaló, Universidad de Barcelona and Eduard Ruiz Castañé, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, Spain

Collaborative Machine Tool Design Environment based on Semantic Wiki Technology
Zapp Matthias, Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation, Mandeep Singh, Ontoprise GmbH, Germany, Jose Zendoia, IDEKO-IK4 Technology Centre, Spain and Ivan Brencsics, Gamax Ltd, Budapest, Hungary

Framework for the Management of the Utility of Environmental Knowledge
Martínez Aurora, Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena, Spain

Neuromarketing as a Tool for Knowledge Management
Torrano José, Uniersidad Politécnica De Cartagena, Spain

Measuring and Managing Intellectual Capital at a University Hospital in the 21st Century
Sampedro Camarena Frederic, Hospital de San Pablo (UAB), María Paz Salmador, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Frederic Sampedro Santaló, Universidad de Barcelona and Eduard Ruiz Castañé, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, Spain

Identifying Critical Factors in Knowledge Creation: A Comparative Study in Technology-Based Companies
Vick Thais Elaine and Marcelo Seido Nagano, University of São Paulo, Brazil

Knowledge Sharing and Knowledge Acquisition Behaviour. Analysis Based on Experimental Economics
Torres Carballo Federico, Instituto Tecnológico de Costa Rica (TEC), Costa Rica and Beatriz Rodrigo Moya, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED), España (WIP, Main) KM-333

Knowledge Management – Fundament of Dynamic Capabilities for Organizational Change
Voica Orlando Marian, Academia De Studii Economice, Marin Burcea and Paul Marinescu, Universitatea Din Bucuresti, Romaniaonly

The Effectiveness of Wikis’ Knowledge Sharing on Decision Quality, Productivity and Satisfaction
Chia-Sheng Lin, Wesley Shu and Chuang Yu-Hao, National Central University, Zhongli, Taiwan

The New Dynamics of Strategy: Visual Decision Making in a Complex and Complicated Organisation
Kahlon Ravinder Singh and Man-Chie Tse, Middlesex University, London, UK

Knowledge Sharing in Call Centers: Understanding the Specificities, Effectiveness and Constraints
Souza de Castro Cristina and Leonor Cardoso, University of Coimbra, Portugal

Automated Knowledge Acquisition and Discovery Applied to a Semantically Annotated Corpus of Ancient Artifacts
Kadar Manuella and Maria Muntean, 1 Decembrie 1918 University of Alba Iulia, Romania

Relational Dynamics between Human Resource Management and Knowledge Management
Figueiredo Elisa, Escola Superior de Tecnologia e Gestão da Guarda and Leonor Cardoso, University of Coimbra, Portugal

Development of a Sector-Based Strategy for Supporting the Transmission of the Knowledge and Skills Involved In the Work Activities of 911 Emergency Telecommunication Centre Agents
Gagne Charles and Georges Toulouse, Institut de recherche Robert-Sauvé en santé et en sécurité du travail (IRSST), Montreal, Canada

Knowledge Management Usefulness Assessment of Khorasan Razavi Construction Union: Viewpoint of Middle Management
Rahimi Farnaz, Alzahra University and Zahid Zarei, Tehran Azad University, Iran

 

Transfer of Knowledge Through Patents
Popescu Nela, Academy of Economic Studies in Bucharest, Romania

The Research of Tacit Knowledge Extraction on Different Domains
Yuan Ming-Shu, Shih Hsin University, Taipei, Taiwan

The Impact of Environmental Self-Regulatory Initiatives on the Economic Results of Spanish SMEs
Mate Mari Luz, UPCT, Spain (WIP, Innovation poster only) KM-187

 

 

 

Creating New Knowledge for Product Development in Organizations
Izunwanne Pamela, University of Agder, Kristiansand, Norway

 

 

 

 

Publication opportunity

Papers presented at the conference are published in the conference proceedings.


Additionally, selected papers from the conference will be considered for publication in a special issue of the Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management. The latest issue of the journal is available to read online.

 

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