Knowledge Management & IS

Track Chairs

Nelly Todorova University of Canterbury New Zealand nelly.todorova@canterbury.ac.nz
Frada Burstein Monash University Australia frada.burstein@monash.edu
Helen Hasan University of Wollongong Australia hasan@uow.edu.au

Track Description

The Knowledge Management track provides researchers and practitioners with an arena for discussing current approaches to the way people and organisations work with knowledge.

The track aims to facilitate active exchange of ideas between academia and practice. We aim to offer participants an opportunity to generate and explore ideas and to share their experiences within the Australasian knowledge management community. While focused on the Australasian community, we welcome participation from other regions.

This year’s conference theme focuses on the integral role of Information Systems. In line with this theme, the track welcomes papers that contribute to our understanding of 1) the integral role of knowledge in management of organisational processes and performance; 2) the structures and practices of knowledge management that form the integral components of successful information systems; in addition, 3) success and failure “stories” which can enlighten the participants with empirical evidence on the first two points are particularly welcome.

Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

Please Note

The Best KM Paper award will be selected from this track. This award is sponsored by Emerald Publisher. Authors of selected high quality papers from the track will be invited to submit an extended version of the paper for a fast track review process of VINE: The journal of information and knowledge management systems.

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