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Knowledge Management Body of Knowledge

Case studies of KM successes

Alony, I., Whymark, G., & Jones, M. (2007). Sharing Tacit Knowledge: A Case Study in the Australian Film Industry. Informing Science Journal, 10, 41-59. http://inform.nu/Articles/Vol10/ISJv10p041-059Alony360.pdf

Zyngier, S. (2008). Risk management: Strengthening Knowledge Management. International Journal of Knowledge Management, 4(3).

Zyngier, S., Burstein, F., & McKay, J. (2006).
The Role of Knowledge Management Governance in the Implementation of Strategy. Paper presented at the 39th. Hawaiian International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS39), Hawaii. http://www2.computer.org/plugins/dl/pdf/proceedings/hicss/2006/2507/07/250770152c.pdf?template=0&loginState=1&userData=anonymous-IP%253A%253A127.0.0.1

Zyngier, S., Burstein, F., & Rodriguez, M.-L. (2003). Knowledge Management Strategies in Australia. In H. Hasan & M. Handzic (Eds.), Australian Studies in Knowledge Management. Woolongong: University of Wollongong Press.

Zyngier, S., & Jennex, M. (2007). Security as a contributor to knowledge management success Information Systems Frontiers, 9(5).


Akhavan, p., Jafari, M., Fathian, M., (2006) Critical success factors of knowledge management systems: a multi-case analysis European Business Review 18 (2)

Case studies of KM failure

Addicott, R., McGivern, G., & Ferlie, E. (2007). The distortion of a managerial technique? The case of clinical networks in UK health care. British Journal of Management, 18(1), 93-105.

Barth, S. (2000). KM Horror Stories. Knowledge Management Magazine, October.
http://web.archive.org/web/20061024105446/http:www.destinationkm.com/articles/default.asp?ArticleID=923

Braganza, A., & Möllenkramer, G. J. (2002). Anatomy of a failed knowledge management initiative: lessons from PharmaCorp's experiences. Knowledge and Process Management, 9(1), 23-33.
http://www.sims.monash.edu.au/subjects/ims5330/resources/PharmaCorp%20case.pdf

Chua, A., & Lam, W. (2005). Why KM projects fail: a multi-case analysis. Journal of Knowledge Management, 9(3), 6-17.
http://64.233.179.104/scholar?hl=en&lr=&q=cache:yTMAlq9PCngJ:www.business-port.net/PDF%27s/PDF034.pdf+

Chua, A. (2007) The curse of success: Knowledge-management projects often look good in the beginning. But then problems arise. Sloan Management Review: Business Insight, April.
http://sloanreview.mit.edu/wsj/insight/organization/2007/04/27/index.php?p=1

Lambe, P. & Tan, E. KM Implementation Challenges: Case Studies from Singapore Organisations. Straits Knowledge 2003

KM Implementation Challenges.pdf

Lucier, C. & Torsilieri, J. (1997). Why Knowledge Programs Fail: A C.E.O.'s Guide to Managing Learning. Strategy+Business, Fourth Quarter
http://www.strategy-business.com/press/16635507/13007

Neal, M., & Younis, T. (2006). Fueling the fire: Professional values and departmental boundaries in the management of the BSE crisis in the UK Disaster Prevention and Management 15//(2), 299 - 312.

Riege, A. (2005). Three-dozen knowledge-sharing barriers managers must consider. Journal of Knowledge Management, 9(3), 18-35.
http://64.233.179.104/scholar?l=en&lr=&q=cache:x8oVgYdJQPAJ:iskp.csd.auth.gr/mtpx/km/material/JKM-9-3b.pdf