Browsing by Author "Corner, James"

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  • Building bridges: A transdisciplinary future for knowledge management

    Jones, Rachel; Corner, James (Common Ground Publishing, 2012)
    Knowledge management (KM) is currently a fragmented field. It is characterised by a range of competing ontological approaches towards knowledge and its management, a consequence of KM's emergence from IS and its subsequent ...
  • ISO 9000 maintenance in service organisations: tales from two companies

    Wahid, Roslina Ab; Corner, James; Tan, Peck Leong (Emerald, 2011)
    Purpose – This paper aims to investigate and to highlight the way the quality system is being managed and the outcomes in terms of changes and improvements obtained by the two companies as a result of its maintenance ...
  • Seeing the forest and the trees: A complex adaptive systems lens for mentoring

    Jones, Rachel Matthew; Corner, James (Sage, 2012)
    We offer a complex adaptive systems (CAS) lens as a potentially fruitful cross-disciplinary perspective for mentoring. Understanding mentoring relationships as CAS will invigorate the field and assist it to be responsive ...
  • Stages and dimensions of systems intelligence

    Jones, Rachel; Corner, James (John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2011)
    Following the footsteps of emotional, social, cultural and other types of intelligence, systems intelligence offers a new perspective on how individuals act with a lesser or greater degree of intelligence within physical ...
  • Understancding ICT based advantages: A techno savvy case Study

    Rastrick, Karyn Christine; Corner, James (Informing Science Institute, 2010)
    Information and communication technologies (ICTs) increasingly are being linked to organisational value. However, current research tends to examine these resources in an uncoupled way despite numerous calls for work which ...

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