Learning Models for Innovation in Organizations: Examining Roles of Knowledge Transfer and Human Resources Management

  • 9h 35m
  • Fawzy Soliman (ed)
  • IGI Global
  • 2014

In order to strive for a competitive advantage in their industry, organizations have begun achieving innovation through knowledge-driven learning models to ensure that organizational activities are efficient and effective.

Learning Models for Innovation in Organizations: Examining Roles of Knowledge Transfer and Human Resources Management provides relevant theoretical frameworks and empirical research findings to enhance knowledge management and learning competencies for organizational activities. This book offers assistance and guidance to managers and professionals of innovation firms, learning organizations, and other work communities through tools, techniques, and strategic suggestions for improvement.

About the Editor

Fawzy Soliman graduated with a PhD degree and Master of Engineering Science degree from the University of New South Wales, Australia and a Bachelor of Engineering degree from the University of Sydney. Published in international Journals in excess of twenty six papers, six book chapters and three books and in excess of fifty two conference proceeding papers. Former editor of Journal of Knowledge Management, Guest editor of Journal of Knowledge Management and Journal Operations Management and International Journal of Knowledge Management. His publication citations is in excess of 770 with an author impact h-index of 11 and I-index of 12. Supervised 10 PhD graduates. Convenor of Australias first conference on Knowledge Management KNOW99 held on 26-27 November 1999. Taught in a number of international business schools in Australia and overseas. Invited speaker in a number of prestigious conferences. Prior to joining academia, he has held various positions in large Australian organisations.

In this Book

  • Could Knowledge, Learning, and Innovation Gaps be Spiralling?
  • Innovation, Learning, Communities, and Actor-Networks of Practice
  • Mind Training for Innovation: Building Foundations for Creativity in the Workplace
  • Establishing Learning Places and Knowledge Flows to Stimulate Innovation
  • The Construction of Knowledge Management: The Foundation of Organizational Learning Based on Learning Organization
  • Innovative Approaches to Improving the Transfer and Sustainability of Learning
  • Knowledge Management: Perspectives and Practices from the Middle East
  • Managing Knowledge through Dynamic Capabilities
  • Can Human and Technical Resources be in Sync to Advance Resourceful Inclusive Enterprise?
  • Total Relationship Management of Knowledge and Information Technology for Innovation: A Total Knowledge Management (TKM) Perspective
  • Learning and Innovation in Uncertain Times: The Role of Organisational Systems and Managerial Perceptions of Uncertainty
  • Organizational Efficiency and X-Inefficiency: Which Role of Learning Organization, Knowledge Transfer, and Innovation?
  • Evolutionary Learning Organization in a System Orientation of Ethico-Economics
  • Attributes of the Learning-Innovation Transformational Leader
  • The Green 5-S Model for Organisational Learning and Development
  • Could Knowledge Gaps Drive Quality Improvement?