A cognitive perspective on organisational knowledge strategy

This article examines knowledge strategy from an empirical cognitive perspective, foregrounding strategic capability and collective intelligence as interrelated concepts. In more general terms, knowledge strategy is focused on a resource-based theory of the firm. This exploratory case study provides illustrative data using the cognitive perspective as a guide. Knowledge strategies were investigated in a chosen case that involved a firm engaged with the design and development of new products and technologies.

 Presented at: 3rd European Conference on Knowledge Management; 2002 Sep 24-25; Dublin, Ireland. p. 274-285.