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Collective Intelligence (8)
Information Pollution, Knowledge Overload, Limited Attention Spans, and Our Responsibilities ...
Global Information Technology Management Association (GITMA) World Conference (2008)
I enclose a general submission piece discussing information pollution and the problems associated with this phenomenon. I detail how information ...
Knowledge Ecosystems: Technology, Motivations, Processes, and Performance (Doctoral Dissertation)
Emory University (2008)
Knowledge ecosystems include the influential relationships among knowledge technologies, motivational antecedents, knowledge transfer processes, and organizational performance outcomes. I perform ...
Enabling Strategic Intelligence on Energy and Environmental Security Impacts and ...
Glasgow Group Meeting Regarding Energy and Environmental Security (2007)
In November 2007, an international strategy design team composed of government, business, and academic experts met in Glasgow to consider ...
Knowledge Ecosystems: A Theoretical Lens for Organizations Confronting Hyperturbulent Environments
ORGANIZATIONAL DYNAMICS OF TECHNOLOGY-BASED INNOVATION: DIVERSIFYING THE RESEARCH AGENDA, T. McMaster, D. Wastell, E. Ferneley, and J. DeGross, eds., Springer (2007)
Knowledge itself may rapidly lose its relevance due to hyperturbulent environments involving rapid changes in human systems. Compared to ordinary ...
Working Draft Papers (8)
Collective Intelligence: Promoting Diversity, Crowd Performance Algorithms, and Better Decision ...
Center for Collective Intelligence, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2008)
This document discusses a few versatile, tool-like crowd performance algorithms necessary for humans to employ internet technologies to make better ...
Balancing Knowledge Sharing with Knowledge Protection: The Influence of Role-Criticality
Emory University (2007)
For knowledge-intensive, information-sensitive organizations, we suggest two orthogonal constructs, namely the perceived levels of knowledge sharing and knowledge protection, influence ...