A cognitive perspective on organisational knowledge strategy
conference contributionposted on 16.09.2016, 00:11 by Gonçalo, Cláudio, Burstein, Frada, Lezana, Alvaro
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.