Title: Global Knowledge Research Network
Keywords: Knowledge Management, Strategy, Innovation
Coordinator: Peter Heisig - Department of Information Sciences, University of Applied Sciences Potsdam, Germany
- ICAA – Intellectual Capital Association - Portugal
- Department of Information Sciences, University of Applied Sciences Potsdam - Germany
- Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada (IPEA) - Brazil
- The J.L. Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto - Canada
- Universidad de Santiago de Chile Facultad de Administración y Economía - Chile
- Universidad Nacional de Colombia – Bogotá, Universidad del Magdalena - Santa Marta Colombia - Colombia
- Technical University of Denmark, Department of Management Engineering - Denmark
- Business Administration Department Faculty of Commerce, Alexandria University - Egypt
- School of Business – Lappeenranta University of Technology - Finland
- Reims Management School - France
- Department of Management, Faculty of Economics, University of Pannonia - Hungary
- Center for Software and IT Management (CSITM) Indian Institute of Management Bangalore - India
- Technion, Israel Institute of Technology - Israel
- Graduate School of Business Science, University of Tsukuba, Tokyo - Japan
- KCA University - Kenya
- Centro de Sistemas de Conocimiento, Tecnológico de Monterrey - Mexico
- Nigeria Lagos State University, Adebola Adegunwa, School of Communication - Nigeria
- Department of Economics Warsaw University of Life Sciences - Poland
- Centre for Knowledge Dynamics and Decision-making, University of Stellenbosch - South Africa
- Bangkok University - Thailand
- Socio-Technical Centre, Leeds University Business School - United Kingdom
- Cambridge Engineering Design Centre, University of Cambridge - United Kingdom
Starting Date: 01/2012
Project Goals: The research group "Global Knowledge Research Network", with members from over 30 countries, started in 2011 a review of the state of knowledge management practices in academic research, as well as in the organizational practice, intending to identify the challenges and needs of future research in the area of knowledge management.
By studying this problem, we intended to improve knowledge management in Portuguese organizations and thus, contribute to the development of more talented performances, capable of being a source of competitive advantage and enhance business performance.
Thus, we sought to lay the foundations to expand the knowledge of the state of knowledge management in Portugal, with a view to identifying future actions that allow the use of knowledge management more competitively.
Project Outputs: As outputs of this project several papers were published and a Workshop was held at Leeds Business School.
Project Link: http://www.globalknowledgeresearch.net/