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Journal Issue
Volume 13 Issue 1 / Jun 2015  pp1‑100

Editor: Meliha Handzic, John Dumay

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000‑Editorial.pdf  pp1‑2

Meliha Handzic, John Dumay

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A Spanish Knowledge Sharing Instrument Validation  pp3‑12

Delio I. Castaneda, Carlos Pardo, Paul Toulson

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New Insights for Relational Capital  pp13‑28

Kaisa Still, Jukka Huhtamäki, Martha G. Russell

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The Evolution of the Models of Knowledge Management in the Dynamic Business Environment (Cases of the Industrial and Construction Networks in St Petersburg)  pp29‑37

Elena Tkachenko, Elena Rogova, Sergey Bodrunov

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The Communication of Intellectual Capital … Prevalence and relationship with Organizational Performance  pp38‑50

Janet Wee, Alton Chua

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Merging Knowledge Management with Project Management  pp51‑61

Meliha Handzic, Nermina Durmic

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Abstract: The field of Knowledge Management (KM) is usually described in terms of generationsŽ. First generation KM viewed knowledge as an object and was focused on the use of IT, such as databases and portals. Second generation KM was orientated towar ds people and organisations. It emphasised tacit knowledge and communities of practice. Third generation KM recognised the importance of contextual contingencies and influences in aligning KM strategies with business strategies. Most recently, scholars ha ve started to call for a new generation KM that will ensure the fields continued interest in academia and value in practice. The proponents of the new generation KM advocate the need for convergence between KM and other disciplines. Following the current trend, the purpose of this paper is to propose a new conceptual model that merges Knowledge Management (KM) with Project Management (PM). 

 

Keywords: Keywords: knowledge management, project management, conceptual model

 

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