Knowledge and StrategyEdited by
- Michael H. Zack, Ph.D, Educator, researcher and consultant specializing in MIS and Information Technology. Currently a member of the MIS faculty at Northeastern University. He has served as a consultant to industry and government for over 20 years.
This is the first knowledge book in the Resources for the Knowledge-Based Economy Readers' series to link the two hot topics of knowledge and strategy. The book centers around the concept of treating organizational knowledge as a valuable strategy asset. Knowledge strategy is a natural extension of the historical development of business strategy in general. The book includes seminal articles on the subject as well as an introduction written by Michael Zack.
Special Librarians - SLA
Corporate Knowledge Managers
Chief Knowledge Officers - Directors of Knowledge
Published: May 1999
Imprint: Butterworth Heinemann
The book includes several of the most important articles about knowledge and competences/capabilities as strategic assets in the resoure-based tradition. Technovation - Dr Jonathon Sapsed - 2001
- *The Resource-based Theory of Competitive Advantage - Robert M. Grant *Competing on Resources:Strategy in the 1990s - David J. Collins and Cynthia A. Montgomery * The Core Competence of the Corporation - C.K. Prahalad and Gary Hamel * The Theory of the Growth of the Firm - Edith T. Penrose *Beyond the Knowledge Worker - Paul Romer *Dynamic Capabilities and Strategic Management - David J. Teece, Gary Pisano and Amy Shuen *Organizational Knowledge, Collective Practice and Penrose Rents - J.C.Spender *Prospering in Dynalically Competitive Environments: Organizational Capability as Knowledge Integration - R.M. Grant * Knowledge and Competence as Strategic Assets - Sidney G. Winter *The Strategic Analysis of Intangible Resources - Richard Hall *Knowledge, Strategy and the Theory of the Firm *Tacit Knowledge; The Key to the Strategic Alignement of Intellectual Capital - Hubert Saint-Onge * Generic Knowledge Strategies in the U.S. Pharmaceutical Industry - Paul Bierly and Alok Chakrabarti *Is Your Firm a Creative Destroyer? Competitive Learning and Knowledge Flows in the Technological Strategies of Firms - M.H. Boisot *Leveraging Inteelect - James Brian Quinn, Phillip Anderson and Sidney Finkelstein