British Journal of Management

British Journal of Management articles

66 total articles

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19991998

Recently added articles from British Journal of Management:

Lessons from the Celltech Case: Balancing Knowledge Exploration and Exploitation in Organizational Renewal [1].
December 1, 1999 ... This article applies the lens of the knowledge exploration/exploitation dilemma to the renewal of Celltech Plc. From a theoretical perspective it has often been argued that as a firm matures, exploitation of current organizational knowledge...

Intensity of Interaction in Supply of Business Advice and Client Impact: A Comparison of Consultancy, Business Associations and Government Support Initiatives for SMEs [1].
December 1, 1999 ... This paper assesses the supply of business advice using new empirical evidence from a large-scale survey of SMEs. The chief focus of the paper is on a comparison of suppliers that operate in different environments of regulation, contract and...

Critical Realism, Managers and Information [1].
December 1, 1999 ... Many accounts of contemporary management raise the issue of the effective use of information, but little is said about how this is to be achieved. This paper sets notions of 'information literacy', drawn from higher education, against the...

From Knowledge Engineering to Knowledge Management [1].
December 1, 1999 ... Knowledge management is seen by many to be a prerequisite for the successful organization, and one that relies heavily, though not exclusively, on a sound technological infrastructure. A major drawback, though, with current technology (e.g....

Competence and Competitive Advantage: Towards a Dynamic Model [1].
December 1, 1999 ... Howard Thomas [*] John McGee [+] Over the last ten years the concept of 'competence' has emerged as a central concept for competitive strategy. Several rich theoretical streams have contributed an extensive array of frameworks, ...