Collaboration, Product and Knowledge

15th WMSCI multi-conference, KGCM (collaborative knowledge generation, communication and management) conference 19th - 22nd July, Orlando, Florida USA

5 Pages Posted: 8 Aug 2011

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Norbert Jastroch

MET Communications

Cyril S. Ku

William Paterson University

Thomas J. Marlowe

Seton Hall University

Vassilka Kirova

Independent

Mojgan Mohtashami

Independent

Susu Nousala

Aalto University; University of Melbourne

Date Written: June 23, 2011

Abstract

Inter-organizational collaboration is no longer entirely a free choice, but is close to a necessity imposed by economic, technical, and knowledge-related concerns. A deep understanding of collaboration will assist in making intelligent decisions on entering, operating, and evaluating collaborative ventures. The nature of the partners-industrial corporations, consultants, academic institutions and others - and the collaborative structure are important, but so too is the nature of the product. We consider its effects in the collaborative domain on knowledge, intellectual property, and catastrophic risk.

Keywords: Collaboration, knowledge management, ICSD, risk management

Suggested Citation

Jastroch, Norbert and Ku, Cyril S. and Marlowe, Thomas J. and Kirova, Vassilka and Mohtashami, Mojgan and Nousala, Susu, Collaboration, Product and Knowledge (June 23, 2011). 15th WMSCI multi-conference, KGCM (collaborative knowledge generation, communication and management) conference 19th - 22nd July, Orlando, Florida USA. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1906622

Norbert Jastroch

MET Communications ( email )

Eschbacher Weg 10
Bad Homburg, 61352
Germany

Cyril S. Ku

William Paterson University ( email )

300 Pompton Road
Wayne, NJ 07470
United States

Thomas J. Marlowe

Seton Hall University ( email )

400 S Orange Avenue
South Orange, NJ 07079
United States

Vassilka Kirova

Independent ( email )

Mojgan Mohtashami

Independent ( email )

No Address Available

Susu Nousala (Contact Author)

Aalto University ( email )

P.O. Box 21210
Aalto, FI-00076
Finland

University of Melbourne ( email )

Parkville
Melbourne, 3000
Australia

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