Books in category Business & Economics – Knowledge Capital

  • Intelligent Enterprises of the 21st Century

    Intelligent Enterprises of the 21st Century
    Jatinder N. D. Gupta, Sushil Kumar Sharma

    Intelligent Enterprises of the 21st Century is a comprehensive compilation of the state of the art vision and thought processes needed to design and manage globally competitive business organizations."–BOOK JACKET.

  • Knowledge Management Primer

    Knowledge Management Primer
    Rajeev K. Bali, Nilmini Wickramasinghe, Brian Lehaney

    Readers will find this book filled with approaches to managing and developing KM that are underpinned by theory and research, are integrative in nature, and address softer approaches in manifesting and recognizing knowledge.

  • Interactive Learning for Innovation

    Interactive Learning for Innovation
    Björn Terje Asheim, Mario Davide Parrilli

    This volume highlights the importance of interactive, practice-based learning as a means to promote more thorough innovation dynamics in regional and national economies.

  • Official ISC 2 Guide to the CSSLP

    Official (ISC)2 Guide to the CSSLP
    Mano Paul

    A robust and comprehensive appendix makes this book a time-saving resource for anyone involved in secure software development.

  • The Contrary Forces of Innovation

    The Contrary Forces of Innovation
    T. Hoholm

    Drawing together insights from multiple disciplines, this book shows the controversial nature of innovation processes.

  • Capitalizing on Knowledge

    Capitalizing on Knowledge
    David Skyrme

    This book draws together the two strands of knowledge and e-business into the emerging field that this book has called k-business.

  • Dynamics of Governing IT Innovation in Singapore

    Dynamics of Governing IT Innovation in Singapore
    Gary Pan

    Focusing on issues in the management and governance of IT innovation, this book links concepts and theories of academic learning to actual real-life scenarios from the successful experiences of public and private sector organisations in …

  • Employee Driven Innovation

    Employee-Driven Innovation
    Steen Høyrup, Maria Bonnafous-Boucher, Cathrine Hasse, Kirsten Møller, Maja Lotz

    Offers unique perspective on advantages, disadvantages of processes of innovation that emerge in everyday working life, emphasizing an often overlooked driver of innovation, namely employees &how they engage in various collaborative forms …

  • Winning the Outsourcing Game

    Winning the Outsourcing Game
    Janet Butler

    You outsource the work to get the task done; you cannot outsource the responsibility to make sure the task gets done correctly. The difference between success and failure depends on cutting the right deal and making it work.

  • The Innovator s Hypothesis

    The Innovator’s Hypothesis
    Michael Schrage

    But this book addresses theinnovation priorities of companies that live in the real world of limits. They want fast, frugal,and high impact innovations. They don't just seek superior innovation, they want superiorinnovators.

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