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Murray Jennex
 

I've published 2 edited books on collected KM research in 2020. The first is below (the second will follow in a separate email)

Current Issues and Trends in Knowledge Management, Discovery, and Transfer
Edited by Murray E. Jennex
Copyright © 2020 by IGI Global,
LCCN 2019037696 (ebook) | ISBN 9781799821892 (h/c) | ISBN 9781799821908 (s/c) | ISBN 9781799821915 (ebook)

Section 1 Evolving Knowledge Management Theory
Chapter 1 - A Re-Examination and Re-Specification of the Jennex Olfman Knowledge Management Success Model
Murray Eugene Jennex, San Diego State University, USA
Chapter 2 - Philosophy in the Knowledge Structure Pyramid: Knowledge Elicitation and Management
Ronald John Lofaro, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA
Chapter 3 - Reconsidering a System for Measuring Dynamic Knowledge: Extending a Novel Line of Research
Mark E. Nissen, US Naval Postgraduate School, USA
Chapter 4 - Understanding Knowledge Networks Through Social Network Analysis
Ronel Davel, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Adeline S. A. Du Toit, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Martie Mearns, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
Chapter 5 - Towards Understanding and Implementing Knowledge Management Strategy
Murray Eugene Jennex, San Diego State University, USA

Section 2 Trends and Issues in Knowledge Sharing, Flow, and Transfer
Chapter 6 - Interpersonal Trust and Knowledge Seeking in China
Michael J. Zhang, Sacred Heart University, USA
Chapter 7 - Modelling Knowledge Sharing Behavior with Behavioral Intention and Interpersonal Trust: The Role of Affective Commitment
Toshali Dey, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India
Susmita Mukhopadhyay, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India
Chapter 8 - Knowledge Sharing Motivation: An Integrated Model
Nelly Todorova, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Annette Mills, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Chapter 9 - Knowledge Sharing in an Organisation: A Practitioner Approach
Lee-Anne Lesley Harker, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa
Michael Twum-Darko, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa

Section 3 Trends in Knowledge Management Systems
Chapter 10 - Distributed “Knowing in Practice” in Workshare Contexts: A Case Study of a Knowledge Management System
Lakshmi Goel, University of North Florida, USA
Chapter 11 - Organizational Memory Systems in a Multi-Unit Public Organization
Denise de Cuffa, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
Rodrigo Kraemer, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
Andrea Valéria Steil, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
Chapter 12 - Technology Transfer Projects at the University-Industry Interface: A Case Study Analysis From the UK
Martin George Wynn, University of Gloucestershire, UK
Chapter 13 - Triggering Specialised Knowledge in the Software Development Process: A Case Study Analysis
Hanna Dreyer, University of Gloucestershire, UK
Martin George Wynn, University of Gloucestershire, UK
Robin Bown, University of Gloucestershire, UK

Section 4 Issues in Knowledge Management Security
Chapter 14 - Recognizing Threats From Unknown Real-Time Big Data System Faults
William H. Money, Baker School of Business, The Citadel, USA
Stephen J. Cohen, Microsoft, USA
Chapter 15 - Knowledge Systems and Risk Management: Towards a Risk and Threat Assessment Framework
Murray Eugene Jennex, San Diego State University, USA
Alexandra Durcikova, University of Oklahoma, USA



Murray Jennex
 

I've published 2 edited books on collected KM research in 2020. The second is below (the first was in a previous post)

Knowledge Management, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship in a Changing World
Edited by Murray E. Jennex
Copyright © 2020 by IGI Global
LCCN 2019039197 (print) | LCCN 2019039198 (ebook) | ISBN 9781799823551 (hardcover) | ISBN 9781799823568 (paperback) | ISBN 9781799823575 (ebook)

Section 1 Advanced Knowledge Management
Chapter 1 - Creating Value Through Knowledge Management and Systematic Innovation Capability
Marianne Gloet, University of Melbourne, Australia
Danny Samson, University of Melbourne, Australia

Chapter 2 - Connecting Knowledge Management and Entrepreneurship: Processes and Technology
Cesar Bandera, New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA
Katia Passerini, St. John’s University, USA
Michael Bartolacci, Pennsylvania State University, USA

Chapter 3 - Innovation as a Mediator Between Knowledge Management and Organisational Performance: Knowledge Acquisition, Knowledge Application, and Innovation Towards the Ability to Adapt to Change
Lejla Turulja, School of Economics and Business, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Nijaz Bajgoric, School of Economics and Business, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Chapter 4 - Organizational Learning and Technological Innovation Practices: The Mediating Role of Knowledge Donation and Knowledge Collection
Zhimin Wang, Department of Management, Business School, University of Otago, New Zealand
Kwek Choon Ling, Department of Management, Faculty of Accountancy, Finance, and Business,Tunku Abdul Rahman University, Malaysia

Chapter 5 - Artificial Intelligence and Human-Robot Teaming: Challenges and Design Considerations
Xuefei (Nancy) Deng, California State University, Dominguez Hills, USA

Chapter 6 - Human Capital Management in the Context of the Implementation of Digital Intelligent Decision Support Systems and Knowledge Management: Theoretical and Methodological Aspects
Vardan Mkrttchian, HHH University, Australia

Chapter 7 - Evaluation of Strategic Opportunities and Resulting Business Models for SMEs: Employing IoT in Their Data-Driven Ecosystems
Izabella V. Lokshina, The State University of New York College at Oneonta, USA
Cees J. M. Lanting, Independent Researcher, Belgium
Barbara Durkin, The State University of New York College at Oneonta, USA

Chapter 8 - Time-Bounded Decision Making: What We Need to Know About Knowledge
Ali Intezari, University of Queensland, Australia
David J. Pauleen, Massey University, New Zealand
 
Section 2 Application of Advanced KM
Chapter 9 - E-Collaboration in Virtual Teams: Trust as a Facilitator of Development
David Kauffmann, Jerusalem College of Technology, Israel
Golan Carmi, Jerusalem College of Technology, Israel

Chapter 10 - Framework for Managing Shared Knowledge in an Information Systems Outsourcing Context
Hanlie Smuts, Department of Informatics, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Paula Kotzé, Department of Informatics, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Alta Van der Merwe, Department of Informatics, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Marianne Loock, University of South Africa, South Africa

Chapter 11 - Data in the Wild: A KM Approach to Collecting Census Data Without Surveying the Population and the Issue of Data Privacy
James Kelly, San Diego State University, USA
Murray Eugene Jennex, San Diego State University, USA
Kaveh Abhari, San Diego State University, USA
Alexandra Durcikova, University of Oklahoma, USA
Eric Frost, San Diego State University, USA

Chapter 12 - The Project Manager as the Driver of Organizational Knowledge Creation
Ted Bibbes, TNB BPM Consulting, LLC, USA
Minna Rollins, University of West Georgia, USA
Wesley J. Johnston, Georgia State University, USA

Chapter 13 - An Agricultural Knowledge Management System for Ethiopia
Dejen Alemu, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia
Murray Eugene Jennex, San Diego State University, USA
Temtim Assfea, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia

Chapter 14 - Using Knowledge Management and Machine Learning to Identify Victims of Human Sex Trafficking
Jessica Whitney, San Diego State University, USA
Marisa Hultgren, San Diego State University, USA
Murray Eugene Jennex, San Diego State University, USA
Aaron Elkins, San Diego State University, USA
Eric Frost, San Diego State University, USA


Stephen Bounds
 

Thanks Murray, looks like some very interesting topics. I do have two related questions for you though:

1) Does it concern you that as far as I can tell, you are the only author in this book who has ever corresponded on this list, or any of the other major KM practitioner mailing lists I know of such as KM4Dev or actKM (when it was still active)?

2) Presuming that this list of authors does in fact communicate with other KM academics or practitioners somehow, can you make any recommendations on where one could find these people online to engage with them?

Cheers,
Stephen.

====================================
Stephen Bounds
Executive, Information Management
Cordelta
E: stephen.bounds@...
M: 0401 829 096
====================================
On 7/06/2020 5:38 pm, Murray Jennex via groups.io wrote:

I've published 2 edited books on collected KM research in 2020. The first is below (the second will follow in a separate email)

Current Issues and Trends in Knowledge Management, Discovery, and Transfer
Edited by Murray E. Jennex
Copyright © 2020 by IGI Global,
LCCN 2019037696 (ebook) | ISBN 9781799821892 (h/c) | ISBN 9781799821908 (s/c) | ISBN 9781799821915 (ebook)

Section 1 Evolving Knowledge Management Theory
Chapter 1 - A Re-Examination and Re-Specification of the Jennex Olfman Knowledge Management Success Model
Murray Eugene Jennex, San Diego State University, USA
Chapter 2 - Philosophy in the Knowledge Structure Pyramid: Knowledge Elicitation and Management
Ronald John Lofaro, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA
Chapter 3 - Reconsidering a System for Measuring Dynamic Knowledge: Extending a Novel Line of Research
Mark E. Nissen, US Naval Postgraduate School, USA
Chapter 4 - Understanding Knowledge Networks Through Social Network Analysis
Ronel Davel, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Adeline S. A. Du Toit, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Martie Mearns, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
Chapter 5 - Towards Understanding and Implementing Knowledge Management Strategy
Murray Eugene Jennex, San Diego State University, USA

Section 2 Trends and Issues in Knowledge Sharing, Flow, and Transfer
Chapter 6 - Interpersonal Trust and Knowledge Seeking in China
Michael J. Zhang, Sacred Heart University, USA
Chapter 7 - Modelling Knowledge Sharing Behavior with Behavioral Intention and Interpersonal Trust: The Role of Affective Commitment
Toshali Dey, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India
Susmita Mukhopadhyay, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India
Chapter 8 - Knowledge Sharing Motivation: An Integrated Model
Nelly Todorova, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Annette Mills, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Chapter 9 - Knowledge Sharing in an Organisation: A Practitioner Approach
Lee-Anne Lesley Harker, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa
Michael Twum-Darko, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa

Section 3 Trends in Knowledge Management Systems
Chapter 10 - Distributed “Knowing in Practice” in Workshare Contexts: A Case Study of a Knowledge Management System
Lakshmi Goel, University of North Florida, USA
Chapter 11 - Organizational Memory Systems in a Multi-Unit Public Organization
Denise de Cuffa, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
Rodrigo Kraemer, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
Andrea Valéria Steil, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
Chapter 12 - Technology Transfer Projects at the University-Industry Interface: A Case Study Analysis From the UK
Martin George Wynn, University of Gloucestershire, UK
Chapter 13 - Triggering Specialised Knowledge in the Software Development Process: A Case Study Analysis
Hanna Dreyer, University of Gloucestershire, UK
Martin George Wynn, University of Gloucestershire, UK
Robin Bown, University of Gloucestershire, UK

Section 4 Issues in Knowledge Management Security
Chapter 14 - Recognizing Threats From Unknown Real-Time Big Data System Faults
William H. Money, Baker School of Business, The Citadel, USA
Stephen J. Cohen, Microsoft, USA
Chapter 15 - Knowledge Systems and Risk Management: Towards a Risk and Threat Assessment Framework
Murray Eugene Jennex, San Diego State University, USA
Alexandra Durcikova, University of Oklahoma, USA



Murray Jennex
 

good questions Stephen.  I thought some were on the list and some have engaged the practitioner community, especially locally in their home countries.  All are active on the KM research conference circuit.  All that said, this is something I've commented on before, that there needs to be much greater interaction between the academic research side and the practitioner side.  This is why I posted the toc of the books, to introduce them to the list.  If okay I will invite them to join the list and I will ask them if they mind me sharing their email addresses.  Sound like a reasonable start?  For what its worth, several of the authors have been KM active for 20 years or so, especially the ones from Australia, New Zealand, UK, and the US....murray


-----Original Message-----
From: Stephen Bounds <km@...>
To: SIKM@groups.io
Sent: Sun, Jun 7, 2020 1:58 am
Subject: Re: [SIKM] New Knowledge Management Research Books 1

Thanks Murray, looks like some very interesting topics. I do have two related questions for you though:
1) Does it concern you that as far as I can tell, you are the only author in this book who has ever corresponded on this list, or any of the other major KM practitioner mailing lists I know of such as KM4Dev or actKM (when it was still active)?
2) Presuming that this list of authors does in fact communicate with other KM academics or practitioners somehow, can you make any recommendations on where one could find these people online to engage with them?
Cheers,
Stephen.
====================================
Stephen Bounds
Executive, Information Management
Cordelta
E: stephen.bounds@...
M: 0401 829 096
====================================
On 7/06/2020 5:38 pm, Murray Jennex via groups.io wrote:
I've published 2 edited books on collected KM research in 2020. The first is below (the second will follow in a separate email)

Current Issues and Trends in Knowledge Management, Discovery, and Transfer
Edited by Murray E. Jennex
Copyright © 2020 by IGI Global,
LCCN 2019037696 (ebook) | ISBN 9781799821892 (h/c) | ISBN 9781799821908 (s/c) | ISBN 9781799821915 (ebook)

Section 1 Evolving Knowledge Management Theory
Chapter 1 - A Re-Examination and Re-Specification of the Jennex Olfman Knowledge Management Success Model
Murray Eugene Jennex, San Diego State University, USA
Chapter 2 - Philosophy in the Knowledge Structure Pyramid: Knowledge Elicitation and Management
Ronald John Lofaro, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA
Chapter 3 - Reconsidering a System for Measuring Dynamic Knowledge: Extending a Novel Line of Research
Mark E. Nissen, US Naval Postgraduate School, USA
Chapter 4 - Understanding Knowledge Networks Through Social Network Analysis
Ronel Davel, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Adeline S. A. Du Toit, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Martie Mearns, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
Chapter 5 - Towards Understanding and Implementing Knowledge Management Strategy
Murray Eugene Jennex, San Diego State University, USA

Section 2 Trends and Issues in Knowledge Sharing, Flow, and Transfer
Chapter 6 - Interpersonal Trust and Knowledge Seeking in China
Michael J. Zhang, Sacred Heart University, USA
Chapter 7 - Modelling Knowledge Sharing Behavior with Behavioral Intention and Interpersonal Trust: The Role of Affective Commitment
Toshali Dey, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India
Susmita Mukhopadhyay, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India
Chapter 8 - Knowledge Sharing Motivation: An Integrated Model
Nelly Todorova, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Annette Mills, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Chapter 9 - Knowledge Sharing in an Organisation: A Practitioner Approach
Lee-Anne Lesley Harker, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa
Michael Twum-Darko, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa

Section 3 Trends in Knowledge Management Systems
Chapter 10 - Distributed “Knowing in Practice” in Workshare Contexts: A Case Study of a Knowledge Management System
Lakshmi Goel, University of North Florida, USA
Chapter 11 - Organizational Memory Systems in a Multi-Unit Public Organization
Denise de Cuffa, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
Rodrigo Kraemer, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
Andrea Valéria Steil, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
Chapter 12 - Technology Transfer Projects at the University-Industry Interface: A Case Study Analysis From the UK
Martin George Wynn, University of Gloucestershire, UK
Chapter 13 - Triggering Specialised Knowledge in the Software Development Process: A Case Study Analysis
Hanna Dreyer, University of Gloucestershire, UK
Martin George Wynn, University of Gloucestershire, UK
Robin Bown, University of Gloucestershire, UK

Section 4 Issues in Knowledge Management Security
Chapter 14 - Recognizing Threats From Unknown Real-Time Big Data System Faults
William H. Money, Baker School of Business, The Citadel, USA
Stephen J. Cohen, Microsoft, USA
Chapter 15 - Knowledge Systems and Risk Management: Towards a Risk and Threat Assessment Framework
Murray Eugene Jennex, San Diego State University, USA
Alexandra Durcikova, University of Oklahoma, USA



Stephen Bounds
 

Thanks Murray,

I'm all in favour of efforts to cross-pollinate! I wasn't trying to have a go, just reflecting on how wide the divide is sometimes between the two halves of our community.

I've actually been thinking about options to run a social network analysis within the KM community as a discovery exercise -- both to see where the links already exist and to think about where they can be strengthened.

Cheers,
Stephen.

====================================
Stephen Bounds
Executive, Information Management
Cordelta
E: stephen.bounds@...
M: 0401 829 096
====================================
On 7/06/2020 8:14 pm, Murray Jennex via groups.io wrote:

good questions Stephen.  I thought some were on the list and some have engaged the practitioner community, especially locally in their home countries.  All are active on the KM research conference circuit.  All that said, this is something I've commented on before, that there needs to be much greater interaction between the academic research side and the practitioner side.  This is why I posted the toc of the books, to introduce them to the list.  If okay I will invite them to join the list and I will ask them if they mind me sharing their email addresses.  Sound like a reasonable start?  For what its worth, several of the authors have been KM active for 20 years or so, especially the ones from Australia, New Zealand, UK, and the US....murray


-----Original Message-----
From: Stephen Bounds <km@...>
To: SIKM@groups.io
Sent: Sun, Jun 7, 2020 1:58 am
Subject: Re: [SIKM] New Knowledge Management Research Books 1

Thanks Murray, looks like some very interesting topics. I do have two related questions for you though:
1) Does it concern you that as far as I can tell, you are the only author in this book who has ever corresponded on this list, or any of the other major KM practitioner mailing lists I know of such as KM4Dev or actKM (when it was still active)?
2) Presuming that this list of authors does in fact communicate with other KM academics or practitioners somehow, can you make any recommendations on where one could find these people online to engage with them?
Cheers,
Stephen.
====================================
Stephen Bounds
Executive, Information Management
Cordelta
E: stephen.bounds@...
M: 0401 829 096
====================================
On 7/06/2020 5:38 pm, Murray Jennex via groups.io wrote:
I've published 2 edited books on collected KM research in 2020. The first is below (the second will follow in a separate email)

Current Issues and Trends in Knowledge Management, Discovery, and Transfer
Edited by Murray E. Jennex
Copyright © 2020 by IGI Global,
LCCN 2019037696 (ebook) | ISBN 9781799821892 (h/c) | ISBN 9781799821908 (s/c) | ISBN 9781799821915 (ebook)

Section 1 Evolving Knowledge Management Theory
Chapter 1 - A Re-Examination and Re-Specification of the Jennex Olfman Knowledge Management Success Model
Murray Eugene Jennex, San Diego State University, USA
Chapter 2 - Philosophy in the Knowledge Structure Pyramid: Knowledge Elicitation and Management
Ronald John Lofaro, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA
Chapter 3 - Reconsidering a System for Measuring Dynamic Knowledge: Extending a Novel Line of Research
Mark E. Nissen, US Naval Postgraduate School, USA
Chapter 4 - Understanding Knowledge Networks Through Social Network Analysis
Ronel Davel, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Adeline S. A. Du Toit, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Martie Mearns, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
Chapter 5 - Towards Understanding and Implementing Knowledge Management Strategy
Murray Eugene Jennex, San Diego State University, USA

Section 2 Trends and Issues in Knowledge Sharing, Flow, and Transfer
Chapter 6 - Interpersonal Trust and Knowledge Seeking in China
Michael J. Zhang, Sacred Heart University, USA
Chapter 7 - Modelling Knowledge Sharing Behavior with Behavioral Intention and Interpersonal Trust: The Role of Affective Commitment
Toshali Dey, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India
Susmita Mukhopadhyay, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India
Chapter 8 - Knowledge Sharing Motivation: An Integrated Model
Nelly Todorova, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Annette Mills, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Chapter 9 - Knowledge Sharing in an Organisation: A Practitioner Approach
Lee-Anne Lesley Harker, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa
Michael Twum-Darko, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa

Section 3 Trends in Knowledge Management Systems
Chapter 10 - Distributed “Knowing in Practice” in Workshare Contexts: A Case Study of a Knowledge Management System
Lakshmi Goel, University of North Florida, USA
Chapter 11 - Organizational Memory Systems in a Multi-Unit Public Organization
Denise de Cuffa, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
Rodrigo Kraemer, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
Andrea Valéria Steil, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
Chapter 12 - Technology Transfer Projects at the University-Industry Interface: A Case Study Analysis From the UK
Martin George Wynn, University of Gloucestershire, UK
Chapter 13 - Triggering Specialised Knowledge in the Software Development Process: A Case Study Analysis
Hanna Dreyer, University of Gloucestershire, UK
Martin George Wynn, University of Gloucestershire, UK
Robin Bown, University of Gloucestershire, UK

Section 4 Issues in Knowledge Management Security
Chapter 14 - Recognizing Threats From Unknown Real-Time Big Data System Faults
William H. Money, Baker School of Business, The Citadel, USA
Stephen J. Cohen, Microsoft, USA
Chapter 15 - Knowledge Systems and Risk Management: Towards a Risk and Threat Assessment Framework
Murray Eugene Jennex, San Diego State University, USA
Alexandra Durcikova, University of Oklahoma, USA



Aprill Allen
 

Yeah, I agree with Stephen. Please invite them to join this community!



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