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  • The Knowledge Evolution : Expanding Organizational Intelligence by Verna Allee
  • Innovation Strategy for the Knowledge Economy : The Ken Awakening (Business Briefcase Series) by Debra M. Amidon
  • Knowledge for Action : A Guide to Overcoming Barriers to Organizational Change (Jossey-Bass
    Management)
    by Chris Argyris
  • Intellectual Capital by Annie Brooking
  • Information Ecology : Mastering the Information and Knowledge Environment by Thomas H. Davenport, Laurence Prusak
  • Working Knowledge : How Organizations Manage What They Know by Thomas H. Davenport, Laurence Prusak
  • Intellectual Capital : Realizing Your Company's True Value by Finding Its Hidden Roots by Leif Edvinsson, Michael S. Malone
  • The Strategic Management of Intellectual Capital (Resources for the Knowledge-Based Economy) by David A. Klein (Editor)
  • Wellsprings of Knowledge : Building and Sustaining the Sources of Innovation by Dorothy Leonard-Barton
  • Managing Information Strategically (Ernst & Young Information Management) by James V. McGee, Laurence Prusak, Philip J. Pyburn
  • The Information Mosaic (Harvard Business School Series in Accounting and Control) by Sharon M. McKinnon, William J. Bruns
  • Knowledge Management and Organizational Design (Resources for the Knowledge-Based Economy) by Paul S. Myers (Editor)
  • The Knowledge-Creating Company : How Japanese Companies Create the Dynamics of
    Innovation
    by Ikujiro Nonaka, Hirotaka Takeuchi
  • Knowledge in Organizations (Resources for the Knowledge-Based Economy) by Laurence Prusak (Editor)
  • Knowledge Management Tools (Resources for the Knowledge-Based Economy) by Rudy L. Ruggles (Editor)
  • Intellectual Capital : The New Wealth of Organizations by Thomas A. Stewart
  • The New Organizational Wealth : Managing & Measuring Knowledge-Based Assets by Karl Erik Sveiby
  • Badaracco, Joseph L., Jr., The Knowledge Link: How Firms Compete Through Strategic Alliances, (Harvard Business School Press, 1991).
  • Branscomb, Anne W., Who owns information? From Privacy to Public Access, (Basic Books, 1994, ISBN 0-465-09144-X)
  • Bronowski, Jacob, The Origins of Knowledge and Information (Yale University Press, 1978).
  • Choo, Chun Wei, The Knowledge Organization (http://128.100.159.139/FIS/KO/KO.html) This link is to a prepublication in-work version of the book. The author invites comments on his work which due for publication by the Oxford University Press later this year. Readers of the KMF are encouraged to check this out and generate some useful dialogue for him.
  • Chipman, Susan and Meyrowitz, Alan L. (Eds), Foundations of Knowledge Acquisition: Cognitive Models of Complex Learning, (Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1993) ISBN 0-7923-9277-9.
  • Davidow, William H. and Malone, Michael S., The Virtual Corporation, (Harper business, 1992).
  • Drucker, Peter F., Managing for the Future: The 1990s and Beyond, (Truman Tally Books / Dutton, 1992).
  • Genter, Dedre and Stevens, Albert L.(Eds), Mental Models (Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1983) ISBN 0-89858-242-9.
  • Gowin, D. Bob, Educating (Cornell University Press, 1981).
  • Iacocca Institute, 21st Century Manufacturing Enterprise Strategy, (Iacocca Institute, Lehigh University, 1991).
  • Katzenbach, Jon R. and Smith, Douglas K., The Wisdom of Teams: Creating the High-Performance Organization, (Harvard Business School Press, 1993).
  • Kennedy, Paul, Preparing for the Twenty-First Century, (Random House, 1993).
  • Klienschord, Walter A., "In Business Knowledge is Power" Beyond Computing : Integrating Business & Information Technology , (March/April 1995) 34-38, 40
  • Mainzer, Klaus, Thinking in Complexity (Springer-Verlaag, 1994).
  • Matarazzo, James M., Prusak, Lawrence and Gauthier, Michael, Valuing Corporate Libraries: A Survey of Senior Managers (Special Libraries Association and Temple, Barker & Slone, 1990).
  • McGregor, Eugene B. Jr., Strategic Management of Human Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Workforce Decision-Making in the Postindustrial Era (Jossey-Bass, 1991).
  • Menou, Michel J. (Ed.), Measuring the Impact of Information on Development (International Development Research Center, 1993).
  • Nonaka, Ikujiro and Hirotaka Takeuchi, The Knowledge-Creating Company, How Japanese Companies Create the Dynamics of Innovation, (Oxford University Press, 1995, ISBN 0-19-509269-4)
  • Novak, Joseph D. and Gowin, D. Bob Learning How to Learn (Cambridge University Press, 1984).
  • Palmer, Parker, To Know as We are Known/A Spirituality of Education (Harper, 1983).
  • Pursak, Lawrence and Connolly, Suzanne,"A Bibliography of Knowledge in Organizations" (Ernst & Young (December, 1995).
  • Rogers, X., Rutherford, A., and Bibby, P. (Eds), Models in the Mind, Theory, Perspective, and Applications (Academic Press, 1994).
  • Senge, Peter M., The Fifth Discipline: The Art & Practice of The Learning Organization, (Doubleday Currency, 1990).
  • Sowa, J.F., Conceptual Structures: Information Processing in Mind and Machine, (Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1984)
  • von Krogh, Grorg Organizational Epistemology, (St. Martin's Press, 1995, ISBN: 0-312-12498-8). (Review Available)
  • White, R. & Gunstone, R., Probing Understanding. (New York: Falmer Press.,1992).
  • Wiig, Karl, M., Knowledge Management Foundations: Thinking about thinking. How People and Organizations Create, Represent and Use Knowledge. (Schema Press, 1993, ISBN 0-9638925-0-9)
  • Wiig, Karl, M., Knowledge Management. The Central Focus for Intelligent-Acting Organizations, (Schema Press, 1994, ISBN 0-9638925-1-7)
  • Wiig, Karl, M., A Knowledge Management Framework. Practical Approaches to Managing Knowledge, (Schema Press, 1994, ISBN 0-9638925-3-3)
  • Winslow, Charles D. and Bramer, William L., FutureWork: Putting Knowledge to Work in the Knowledge Economy (Andersen Consulting:The Free Press, 1994). (Review Available)
  • FutureWork: Putting Knowledge to Work in the Knowledge Economy , By Charles D. Winslow and William L. Bramer Published by Andersen Consulting:The Free Press, 1994. 382 Pages including notes, glossary, and bibliography. Suggested retail price $26.95.
    • FutureWork focuses on Andersen Consulting's Integrated Performance Support (tm) (IPS) system. A general description of performance support systems is provided. The authors imply that performance support systems and IPS specifically can help make knowledge workers better equipped to provide high-quality customer service. The premise is supported that knowledge will become a capital asset. Considerable emphasis is placed on the importance of the "performance-centered enterprise." The authors support the differentiation between data, information, and knowledge. Several brief case studies have been included to illustrate points made.
  • Organizational Epistemology , By Georg von Krogh and Johan Roos. New York, NY: St. Martin's Press, 1995, 214 pp., $49.95, cloth [ISBN: 0-312-12498-8].
      • Organizational learning and knowledge creation are fashionable topics in these days, and one should guess that the theoretical grounds of this field cannot offer something new as this has been discussed for quite a while now. Organizational Epistemology offers something new indeed: a thrilling new understanding of corporate knowledge creation by applying the concepts of autopoiesis and chaos theory to the question: "How do organizations create and develop their intellectual capital, their knowledge?"
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