segunda-feira, 26 de março de 2012

Gestão Estratégica do Conhecimento para a Inovação e Agilidade Organizacional


Repasso a vocês a chamada que recebi, convidando para submissão ao minitrack "Gestão Estratégica do Conhecimento para a Inovação e Agilidade Organizacional" do HICSS, em 2013.O termo “Organizational Agility”, embora recente, pode ser útil para ajudar a explicar o que devemos entender por inovação no âmbito organizacional e o evento deverá ser um importante passo para caracterizar a Gestão do Conhecimento Organizacional como uma ferramenta estratégica para apoiar a inovação nos arranjos organizacionais.
Forte abraço
Fernando Goldman



1. CfP Strategic Knowledge Management for Innovation and for Organizati

Posted by: "Suzanne Zyngier" zyngier1

Sun Mar 25, 2012 7:20 pm (PDT)

We invite your submission to the " Strategic Knowledge Management for Innovation and for Organizational Agility” minitrack in the Knowledge Systems Track at 2013 Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS). This minitrack is a significant step forward in locating Knowledge Management as a strategic tool to support organizational innovation, or innovation in organizations.

The success of the minitrack will depend on the participation of experts like you. Please accept our personal invitation to submit a paper to the minitrack. Also, you may feel free to forward this invitation to your colleagues.

Papers may be theoretical, conceptual, tutorial, or descriptive in nature with original content and not previously published or under submission elsewhere. All submissions undergo a double-blind peer referee process. Those selected will be included in the Conference Proceedings published by the IEEE Computer Society and carried by Xplore, the IEEE Digital Library (http://computer. org/press).

PAPER SUBMISSION - IMPORTANT DEADLINES - June 15, 2012: Submission deadline; August 15, 2012: Acceptance notices ; September 15, 2012: Final papers due October 1, 2012; Early registration fee deadline; October 15, 2012: Author registration deadline; January 7-10, 2013: HICSS-46, Grand Wailea, Maui Hawaii

minitrack: Strategic Knowledge Management for Innovation and for Organizational Agility

After two decades of Knowledge Management (KM) research, organizations continue to question the theory KM translates into practice through creating, sharing and transforming knowledge into business value. In particular, we focus here on the contribution that KM makes to innovation and organizational agility.

More recently, the focus of KM has also moved to include knowledge-based practices and how these can be applied in the new global paradigm, and also in the face of challenging financial times.

A fundamental transformation has been taking place in two directions: (1) exploring how the inflows and outflows of knowledge have expanded to accelerate internal innovation and expand the markets for external use of innovation, and (2) how KM is used to support organizational agility and sustain business agility. Both these themes support alternative approach to organizing for innovation and organizational agility in an open environment with multiple participants and stakeholders.

Both strategic themes explore the effectiveness of new methods and organizational structures for improving innovation and organizational agility by engaging a broader base of outside knowledge holders and raise important new issues about how knowledge is created and applied to derive business value, generate new ideas, and develop new products and solutions. A strategic approach to these issues is an emerging research focus, and is one that is commanding attention among both theoreticians and practitioners alike. In line with this challenging research issue, the objective of this mini track is to draw appropriate papers on the broadest range of research methodologies including case studies, action research, experimentation, survey, and simulation.


Suzanne Zyngier (Primary Contact), La Trobe University, Email: s.zyngier@latrobe.

Jill Owen, University of New South Wales, email: J.Owen@adfa.



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