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Proceedings of
The 7th European Conference on Knowledge Management

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Paper Title






Biographies of Conference Chairs, Programme Chair, Keynote Speaker and Mini-track Chairs



Biographies of contributing authors



An Ontology-Based Content Management System for a Dynamic Operating Context: Issues and Prototype Evaluation

Maurizio Agelli and Felice Colucci
Parco Scientifico e Tecnologico della Sardegna, Pula Italy


Building up Knowledge like a “Rubik Cube”

Marko Anzelak, Gabriele Frankl and Wolfgang Ebner
Alpen-Adria University of Klagenfurt, Austria


Innovation Focus and Middle-up-down Management Model: Empirical Evidence

Nekane Aramburu, Josune Sáenz and Olga Rivera
ESTE School of Management, University of Deusto, San Sebastián, Spain


Four Valued Logic: Supporting Complexity in Knowledge Sharing Processes

Peter Bednar, Christine Welch and Vasilios Katos
University of Portsmouth, Buckingham Building, Portsmouth, UK


Knowledge Cooperation in Online Communities: A Duality of Participation and Cultivation

Marco Bettoni, Silvio Andenmatten and Ronny Mathieu
Swiss Distance University of Applied Science, Brig, Switzerland


Alternative Accounting to Manage Intellectual Capital

György Boda and Peter Szlávik
Corvinus University, Budapest, Hungary


Systematic Knowledge Organisation for Marketing Research with Assisted Search Employing Domain Models and Integrated Document Storage

Karsten Böhm1, Martin Delp1 and Wolf Engelbach2
1FH KufsteinTirol – University of Applied Sciences, Kufstein, Austria
2Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering IAO, Stuttgart, Germany


Knowledge Intermediation in Regulated Electronic Commerce Environments. The Case Study of NETMA (Nato Eurofighter and Tornado Management Agency)

Ettore Bolisani1 and Roberto Ruaro2
1Department of Management and Engineering, University of Padova, Italy
2Italian Air Force, RMS, Villafranca Airbase, Italy


The Cognitive Rationalization of Professional Services: Expected and Unexpected Effects of Knowledge Management Systems

Marion Brivot
HEC, 1, Rue de la Libération, 78351 Jouy-en-Josas cedex, France


Managerial Perceptions of Linking Intellectual Capital and Strategy

Maria do Rosário Cabrita
Faculty of Science and Technology, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal


Analysis of International Experiences in Knowledge Management Systems: The SOSMER Project

Nuria Calvo Babío and Marta García Pérez
University of A Coruña, Spain


Knowledge Building in Innovation Networks: The Impact of Collaborative Tools

Annick Castiaux
Business Administration Department, University of Namur, Belgium


Where is the Pharaoh and the Treasures? The Social Mystery of the Great Pyramid of Knowledge

Jordi Colobrans Delgado
Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Bellaterra, Barcelona, Spain


Multiple Competences in Distributed Communities of Practice: The Case of a Community of Financial Advisors

Monica De Carolis and Vincenzo Corvello
Department of Business Science, University of Calabria, Rende. Italy


Understanding Transnational Knowledge Transfer

Yanqing Duan1, Xiaoxiao Xu1 and Zetian Fu2
1Luton Business School, University of Luton, Luton, UK
2China Agriculture University, Beijing, China


Knowledge Management Strategy – What Have We Learnt?

John Edwards
Aston Business School, Birmingham, UK


Learning Networking and Knowledge Sharing Skills in Cross-Border e-Learning and Student Exchange Processes

Tiit Elenurm
Estonian Business School
, Estonia


Knowledge Management and Career Development: The Application of Hedonic Approach to Evaluate Real and Potential Salaries of Brazilian Retailers’ Executives

Luiz Paulo Lopes Fávero, Patrícia Prado Belfiore and Claudio Felisoni de Angelo.
University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil.


Organisational Solutions for Supporting Knowledge Management

Péter Fehér
Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary


The Role of an Extensionist in ICT-based Knowledge Transfer

Weizhe Feng1, Yanqing Duan2, Zetian Fu1 and Brian Mathews2
1China Agricultural University, Beijing, China
2University of Luton, Luton, UK


The Role of Integrative and Interactive Technologies on Know-What and Know-How Exchanges in Defense Organizations

Cécile Godé-Sanchez
French Air Force Academy Research Centre, Salon de Provence, France


Sharing Project Knowledge: Initiation, Implementation and Institutionalisation

Waltraud Grillitsch, Alexandra Müller-Stingl and Robert Neumann
Alpen-Adria-University of Klagenfurt, Austria


Using Analytical Hierarchy Process for Evaluating Organisation Core Competences and Associated Personal Competencies

Khalid Hafeez1, Jawed Siddiqi2 and Essmail Essmail3
1Bradford University, UK
2Informatics Research Group, City campus, Sheffield, UK
3Sheffield Hallam University, UK


Motivational Influences On Knowledge Sharing

Meliha Handzic12 and Amila Lagumdzija2
1Sarajevo School of Science and Technology, Bosnia
2BiH and Universitas 21 Global, Singapore


Knowledge Networks: A Mechanism of Creation and Transfer of Knowledge in Organisations?

Deogratias Harorimana
Southampton Business School, Southampton Solent University, UK


Construction Model for IT Assignment to Corporate Knowledge Management Systems

Milan Hasznics
Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest Hungary


Knowledge Creation Through University-Industry Collaborative Research Projects

Julie Hermans and Annick Castiaux
Business Administration Department, University of Namur, Belgium


Cultural and Communicative Interaction and the Development of Dynamic Capabilities

Jianzhong Hong, Aino Pöyhönen and Kalevi Kyläheiko
Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland


Transferring Experience into an Organizational Resource

Hanna Hovila and Jussi Okkonen
Tampere University of Technology, Finland


Topic Maps for Knowledge Creation With Stakeholders

Isabelle Kern
University of Applied Sciences for Business Administration, Switzerland


Partaking as a Tool for Knowledge Creation and Sharing in Practice

Per Kirkebak and June Tolsby
Ostfold University College, Faculty of Engineering, Norway


Business Strategy Drives KM Strategy: A Case of a Central-European firm

Gábor Klimkó1 and Róbert Tóth2
1MTA Information Technology Foundation, Budapest, Hungary
2MOL Plc., Budapest, Hungary


A KM Framework for IT Auditing

Andrea Kő and Zoltán Szabó
Corvinus University of Budapest, Budapest, Hungary


Health Care Ecosystem as a Network of Knowledge Flows

Harri Laihonen
Tampere University of Technology, Tampere, Finland


Knowledge Management for the Sustainable Supply Chain: A Literature Review

Valerie Martin, Chuda Basnet, Paul Childerhouse and Leslie Foulds
Waikato Management School, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.


Identifying the Knowledge Gap in Knowledge Management Systems Development

Aboubakr Moteleb and Mark Woodman
Middlesex University e-Centre, The Burroughs, Hendon, London, UK


Knowledge Enhanced e-Workflow Modelling - A Pattern-Based Approach for the Development of Internet Workflow Systems

John Ndeta, Farhi Marir and Islam Choudhury
Department of Computing, London Metropolitan University, London, UK


Communication and Knowledge Transfer in a Research Organisation

Margit Noll, Doris Froehlich and Damaris Omasits
Arsenal research, Giefinggasse, Vienna, Austria


Preparing a Robust Entity-Relationship Model Using Supporting Worksheets: Demonstrating the Basis for an Acceptable Model

Gary Oliver
The University of Sydney, Australia


The Power in Visualising Affects in the Organisational Learning Process

Theresia Olsson Neve
Mälardalen University, School of Business, Västerås, Sweden


Architecting Knowledge Management for Results

Patrick Onions
The Knowledge Studio, UK


Knowledge Management Governance

Patrick Onions1 and René de Langen2
1The Knowledge Studio, UK
2Sasol Synfuels, Secunda, South Africa


Innovation Management: Complexity and Systems Thinking

Paul Otterson, Zoë Dann, Ian Barclay and Peter Bond
Liverpool John Moores University, Merseyside, UK


Organizational Knowledge Transfer: Turning Research Into Action Through A Learning History

Robert Parent and Julie Béliveau
Université de Sherbrooke, Québec,Canada


Systemic Methodologies and Knowledge Management: A survey of Knowledge Management and Systems Thinking Journals

Alberto Paucar-Caceres and Rosane Pagano
Manchester Metropolitan University Business School
, UK


Why Do Managers from Different Firms Exchange Information? A Case Study from a Knowledge-Intensive Industry

Mirva Peltoniemi
Tampere University of Technology, Finland


Knowledge Reuse in Creating Audit Plans

David Peto
Corvinus University of Budapest, Department of Information Systems, Hungary


Knowledge Logistics to Support the Management of Organizational Crises: A Proposed Framework

Stavros Ponis1, Epaminondas Koronis2, Ilias Tatsiopoulos1 and George Vagenas1
1National Technical University of Athens, Greece
2Warwick Business School, University of Warwick, UK


Knowledge-Based View of the Firm – Foundations, Focal Concepts and Emerging Research Issues

Aino Pöyhönen and Kirsimarja Blomqvist
Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland


Conceptual Design of a Knowledge Management Support System for Assessment of Intellectual Capital

Agnieta Pretorius and Petrie Coetzee
Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa


Developing a Taxonomy for Knowledge Management Documents Organization in Digital Libraries

Seyed .Mohsen Rahnamafard and Hajar Fatemi ShariatPanahi
Tehran University, Faculty of Management, Tehran, Iran


From Teaching to Practicing Knowledge Management in Internal Auditing Services

Camille Rosenthal-Sabroux1 and Michel Grundstein2
1Paris – Dauphine University, Lamsade, Paris, France
2Bénédicte Huot-de Luze, Senior Manager Internal Audit Services, KPMG


Knowledge Management in the Extended and Virtual Enterprises: A Review of the Current Literature

Enrico Scarso, Ettore Bolisani and Maria Rita Arico’
University of Padua, Vicenza, Italy


Information Broker Approach for Management Information Systems in SME

Christian-Andreas Schumann and Claudia Tittmann
University of Applied Sciences Zwickau, Germany


Architecture for Effective Knowledge Creation in Educational Institutions and Dissemination Through Satellite Technology – An Indian Experience

S.Shanthi and. V.C.Ravichandran
College of Engineering Guindy, Anna University, Chennai, India.


The Moderating Role of the Team–Leader in the Value of Knowledge Utilization:  An Extension of Haas and Hansen's Situated Performance Perspective

Evangelia Siachou and Anthony Ioannidis,
Athens University of Economics and Business, Athens, Greece


Knowledge Sharing: Cultural Dynamics

Kerstin Siakas1 and Elli Georgiadou2
1Alexander Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki, Greece
2Software Forensics Centre, Middlesex University, UK


Journalists, the Makers and Breakers of Relational Capital

Joanna Beth Sinclair
Hanken Swedish School of Economics and Business, Helsinki, Finland


Knowledge Management: An Organization Design Issue

Pernille Dissing Sørensen
University of Southern Denmark, Denmark


Exploring Knowledge Processes in User-Centered Design Process

Kaisa Still
Department of Information Processing, University of Oulu


The Implementation of the Educational Ontology

Ildikó Szabó
Corvinus University of Budapest, Department of Information Systems, Hungary


The Hidden Face of Intellectual Capital: Social Policies

Eduardo Tomé
Instituto Piaget, Viseu, Lordosa, Portugal


The Role of Knowledge Transfer for Innovation in a Knowledge Community

Kuo-Hung Tseng and Chun-Yu Chen
Meiho Institute of Technology, Taiwan


Knowledge Base Development in Organizations: Impact on the Knowledge Transfer Capabilities; an Organization Learning Perspective

Ananya Upadhyaya and S. Krishna
QMIS Area, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, India


Educational Ontology and Knowledge Testing

Réka Vas
Corvinus University of Budapest, Budapest, Hungary


The Impact on Intellectual Capital of Organisational Improvement

George White1 and Sandra Begley2
1Mi-2 Limited, Loughborough, UK
2Staffordshire University, Stafford, UK


Capital and Equity and the Knowledge Process Cycle

Roy Williams
University of Portsmouth, UK


Actors and Factors: Online Communities for Social Innovation

Diana Woolis and Susan Restler
Knowledge in the Public Interest, New York, New York, USA


Investigating the Use of Knowledge Management to Support Innovation in UK Energy SMEs: A Questionnaire Survey

Irfan Bashir, José Miguel Baptista Nunes and Nigel Russell
University of Sheffield; Sheffield; UK


Knowledge Management and Competence Management: New Possibilities Based on old Conceptions

Claudia Bitencourt and Mírian Oliveira
University of Vale Dos Sinos, Brazil


The Role of Sunk Costs in Knowledge Conflicts: The Case of a Small Rural Bank

Matteo Bonifacio and Diego Ponte
University of Trento, Italy


A Constructivist Approach to IC: A Case Study

Roberta Cuel
DISA, University of Trento, Trento, Italy


An Innovative Measurement Framework for a Government Knowledge Management Initiative

Kimiz Dalkir1, Erica Wiseman1, Michael Shulha1 and Susan McIntyre2
Graduate school of Library and Information Studies, Montreal

2Defence R&D, Ottawa, Canada


Regional Development Authorities as a Basis for Knowledge Management

Scott Erickson1, Helen Rothberg2, James Melitski2
1School of Business, Ithaca College, Ithaca, USA
2School of Management, Marist College, Poughkeepsie, USA


Knowledge Creation and Sharing through Student-lecturer Collaborative Group Coursework

Elli Georgiadou1, Kerstin Siakas2 and Eleni Berki3
1Middlesex University, London, UK
2Alexander Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki, Greece
3Department of Computer Sciences, University of Tampere, Finland


Knowledge Dynamics in Community of Practice

Khalid Hafeez and Fathalla Alghatas
School of Management, Bradford University, UK;


Adaptive Working Environment Through Semantic Interoperability

Jorg Hartwig
University of Leipzig, Institute of Computer Science, Leipzig, Germany


Manage Business and Knowledge

Ali Hessami
Atkins Global, London, UK


Assessing Knowledge Management Implementation at two Major Lebanese American Universities

Silva Karkoulian1 and Leila Halawi2
1Buisness School, Lebanese American University, Beirut, Lebanon

2 Nova South-Eastern University, Fort Lauderdale, Tampa, FL. USA


Knowledge Diffusion in Context

Mounir Kehal, Sandrine Crener and Patrice Sargenti
International University of Monaco, Principality of Monaco,


Implicit Knowledge Sharing

Axel-Cyrille Ngonga Ngomo and Frank Schumacher
University of Leipzig, Germany


A Holonomic Approach to Strategic Knowledge Elicitation

Rosane Pagano and Alberto Paucar
Manchester Metropolitan University Business School
, UK


Facilitating the Generation of Research Questions using a Socratic Dialogue

Dan Remenyi
School of Systems and Data Studies, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland




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