Books in category Business & Economics – Knowledge Capital

  • Employee Driven Innovation

    Employee-Driven Innovation
    Steen Høyrup, Maria Bonnafous-Boucher, Cathrine Hasse, Kirsten Møller, Maja Lotz

    Offers unique perspective on advantages, disadvantages of processes of innovation that emerge in everyday working life, emphasizing an often overlooked driver of innovation, namely employees &how they engage in various collaborative forms …

  • Service Innovation

    Service Innovation
    Joe Tidd, Frank M Hull

    Such is the goal of this book.This unique collection brings together the latest academic research and management practice on innovation in services, and identifies a range of successful organizational responses to current technological …

  • Beyond Knowledge Management

    Beyond Knowledge Management
    Brian Lehaney

    Providing a combination of the conceptual and practical aspects of knowledge management, this book demonstrates how this management approach can be effectively used.

  • Knowledge Intensive Business Services

    Knowledge Intensive Business Services
    Marcela Miozzo, Damian Grimshaw

    This book, which is strongly oriented towards both policy and theoretical questions, is a valuable addition to a body of literature which is still too scarce. No doubt that it will stimulate further research in this field.

  • Intelligent Support Systems Knowledge Management

    Intelligent Support Systems: Knowledge Management
    Sugumaran, Vijayan

    This book brings together researchers in related fields to explore various aspects of ISS design and implementation, as well as to share experiences and lessons learned in deploying intelligent support systems.

  • Innovation in High Reliability Ambidextrous Organizations

    Innovation in High Reliability Ambidextrous Organizations
    Jan Kraner

    This book focuses on how and why key players support or obstruct the implementation of a technological innovation in ambidextrous organizations, and how the interaction between players involved in daily business and innovation affects …

  • Managing People in a Contemporary Context

    Managing People in a Contemporary Context
    Emma Parry, Shaun Tyson

    This text is the first book to analyse the way these contextual pressures are producing a game change in the human resource function of management.

  • Patent Management and Valuation

    Patent Management and Valuation
    Grid Thoma

    Research on patent valuation has become increasingly important in academic and policy circles in the last few decades. In part, this is the outcome of the wide consensus that innovation is a crucial ingredient for growth at various levels.

  • Create Your Future the Peter Drucker Way Developing and Applying a Forward Focused Mindset

    Create Your Future the Peter Drucker Way: Developing and Applying a Forward-Focused Mindset
    Bruce Rosenstein

    Incorporates Peter Drucker's time-tested principles into a daily plan for creating a rich personal and professional future, revealing creative techniques and strategies for turning ideas into action and adapting to new technologies.

  • Organisational Learning

    Organisational Learning
    Roderick Smith

    Supporting case studies are provided throughout the book, and readers will also benefit from a companion website which expands on the key themes of the text.

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