ABSTRACT

Recent research shows that collaboration and social networking foster knowledge sharing and innovation by sparking new connections, ideas, and practices. Yet these informal networks are often misunderstood and poorly managed. Building on the groundbreaking, bestselling first edition, Knowledge Management Handbook: Collaboration and Social Networkin

chapter 2|18 pages

Knowledge and Collaboration in Multihub Networks: Orchestration Processes among Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) in the United Kingdom

ByCeline Miani, Markos Zachariadis, Eivor Oborn, and Michael Barrett

chapter 6|20 pages

Emperor: A Method for Collaborative Experience Management

ByUlrike Becker-Kornstaedt, Forrest Shull

chapter 8|22 pages

Building Vertical and Horizontal Networks to Support Organizational Business

ByMaureen Hammer, Katherine Clark

chapter 9|18 pages

Social Network Analysis: A Pharmaceutical Sales and Marketing Application

ByMolly Jackson, Doug Wise, Myra Norton

chapter 10|18 pages

Collaborating Using Social Networking at Price Modern

ByGloria Phillips-Wren, Louise Humphreys

chapter 11|20 pages

Visual Knowledge Networks Analytics

ByFlorian Windhager, Michael Smuc, Lukas Zenk, Paolo Federico, Jürgen Pfeffer, Wolfgang Aigner, Silvia Miksch

chapter 13|16 pages

Knowledge Management and Collaboration: Big Budget Results in a Low Budget World

ByAndrew Campbell and Melvin Brown II

chapter 14|18 pages

TATA Chemicals—Knowledge Management Case Study

ByB. Sudhakar, Devsen Kruthiventi

chapter 15|53 pages

Knowledge-Enabled High-Performing Teams of Leaders

ByBradley Hilton, Michael Prevou