Vol 1, No 3 (2005)

Understanding the role of culture in knowledge sharing: making the invisible visible

Table of Contents

Editorial

Understanding the role of culture in knowledge sharing: making the invisible visible. Details PDF
Peter van Rooij, Rohit Ramaswamy, Catherine Vaillancourt-Laflamme, Lucie Lamoureux 2-4

Papers

Knowledge management and social learning: exploring the cognitive dimension of development Abstract PDF
Sebastião Darlan Mendonça Ferreira, Marcos Neto 5-18
Building knowledge from the practice of local communities. Abstract PDF
Ceasar McDowell, Andrea Nagel, Susana M. Williams, Claudia Canepa 30-40
Elective affinities? Reflections on the enduring appeal of knowledge management for the development sector. Abstract PDF
Giulio Quaggiotto 41-45
Bridging the gap between research and practice. Abstract PDF
Julie Ferguson 46-54
The culture of management or the management of culture? Abstract PDF
Chris Burman 55-65

Case studies

The Eastern Indonesia Knowledge Exchange – a journey of change. Abstract PDF
Petrarca Karetji 66-77

Interviews

An interview with Clive Holtham. Knowledge and culture: learning from the past. Abstract PDF
Katty Marmenout, 84-86

Stories

Culture, learning and surviving a PhD: a journey in search of my own path. Abstract PDF
Camilo Villa 78-83

Community Notes

The KM4Dev FAQ Renewal Project: a cross-organisational knowledge sharing experience. Abstract PDF
Urs Karl Egger 92-98

Reviews

Stephen Denning (2005) The leader’s guide to storytelling: mastering the art and discipline of business narrative. Jossey-Bass: San Fransisco PDF
Sibrenne Wagenaar 87-91

Announcements

Next issue of the KM4D Journal. Abstract PDF
Julie Ferguson 99

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