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Journal Issue
Volume 12 Issue 3 / Nov 2014  pp153‑216

Editor: Ken Grant

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Editorial  pp153‑154

Ken Grant

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Examining the Social and Technical Factors Influencing School Teachers Knowledge Sharing Intentions in a Teachers Online Professional Community  pp155‑163

Dr. Tarek Khalil, Dr. Kamal Atieh, Dr. Abd Ulgahfoor Mohammad, Eng. Fadi Bagdadlian

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Impacts of Adding Knowledge Flow to an Activity‑Based Framework for Conceptual Design Phase on Performance of Building Projects  pp164‑173

Zohreh Pourzolfaghar, Rahinah Ibrahim

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Abstract: The construction industry suffers from an incomplete knowledge flow that leads to overrun cost and time. A considerable portion of this problem is attributable to the design stage which is a tacit knowledge‑dominated area. Since knowledge tacitn ess results in an incomplete knowledge flow, we posit that adding the knowledge flows beside the workflow of the architectural conceptual design phase can attenuate both the overrunning cost and time. In order to fulfill such an objective, we integrated t he Nissen multidimensional model … the knowledge flow theory for the enterprise life cycle … with Macmillans framework … the conceptual design framework … to test whether or not adding the knowledge flow to the conceptual design work flow could attenuate the cost and time overrunning. This paper elaborates on the process of validation testing by means of Simvision. Analysis of the results reveals that specifying the entity of the required knowledge during the conceptual design phase could reduce the cost and time overruns. 

 

Keywords: Keywords: Knowledge Flow, Tacit Knowledge, Knowledge Transfer, Work Flow

 

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Web 2.0 Use and Knowledge Transfer: How Social Media Technologies Can Lead to Organizational Innovation  pp174‑184

Namjoo Choi, Kuang-Yuan Huang, Aaron Palmer

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The Role of Intellectual Capital in Creating and Adding Value to Organizational Performance: A Conceptual Analysis  pp185‑192

Waheed Akbar Bhatti, Dr Arshad Zaheer

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Knowledge Management for Public Administrations: Technical Realizations of an Enterprise Attention Management System  pp193‑203

Dr. Konstantinos Samiotis, Dr. Nenad Stojanovic, Dr. Spyridon Ntioudis

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Knowledge Management Systems Generic Architectures: Enhancing Uniformity and Inter‑Operability of Technological Tools for Knowledge Management  pp204‑216

Takudzwa Deve, Dr. Gilford Hapanyengwi

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