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The KNOW Network

The KNOW Network is an international Web-based professional knowledge sharing network. Over one-half of the Global Most Admired Knowledge Enterprises (MAKE) Winners are members of The KNOW Network.

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IDB Plans Innovation Networking Platform
The Islamic Development Bank (IDB) has announced the start of a networking platform with the objective of connecting the IDB and its member countries ...
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Switzerland, UK and Sweden Top Innovative Countries
Switzerland, the United Kingdom and Sweden topped this year's Global Innovation Index, the annual rankings published by Cornell University, INS...
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Measuring Open Innovation
Many organizations are adopting Open Innovation (OI) and Crowdsourcing as ways to generate new products or services. Opening up innovation initiatives...
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KM Apps To Empower Customer Support Staff
Here are six knowledge management applications to empower customer-fac...
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Myths That Inhibit Innovation
Although most companies put innovation at the heart of their agenda, f...
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Designing Effective Knowledge Networks
In today's interconnected world, networks for sharing knowledge are increasingly important. By paying careful attention to eight dimensions of network design, leaders of knowledge networks can facilitate desired behaviors and outcomes.

This original research, funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and published in the MIT Sloan Management Review, develops a model of knowledge networks. Two case studies support the model. At KNOW Network member ConocoPhillips, knowledge networks are an intermediate good, a means to an end, and a vehicle to create products or drive efficiencies. At Women's World Banking, knowledge networks are about creating and diffusing knowledge as the product, and the value thatWomen's World Banking brings to market.

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The Impact of Change Readiness on the Knowledge Sharing Process
This article proposes that readiness for knowledge sharing involv...
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Managing Intellectual Capital Dimensions for Organizational Value Creation
This article focuses on the relationships between intellectual capi...
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