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Towards a Theoretical Model of Cross-Cultural Knowledge Management

The purpose of this study is to find an adequate definition of Cross-cultural Knowledge Management and to build a theoretical model of this relatively new concept.

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Culture as Knowledge

This paper discusses a number of cross-cultural perspectives in the literature providing the foundations for formulating the hypothesis that culture can be considered as knowledge.

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Project Knowledge Management: A Cross-cultural Perspective

A concept - project knowledge management from the perspective of cross-cultural settings - is suggested to make a synthesis between project knowledge management and cross-cultural knowledge management.

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Published online: December 31, 2014

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Cross-cultural Knowledge Management: A Case Study of IT Offshoring in Company A

A case study of IT offshoring projects between Japan and China in Company A is introduced to present a theoretical implications for knowledge processes in international projects.

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Managing Knowledge in a Scientific Paper Writing System: A Case Study of the PHENIX Collaboration

We discuss the characteristic processes and knowledge management style for writing a scientific paper in a multinational experimental physics research group comprised of approximately 500 scientists.

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Published Online: June 13, 2016

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