Exploring Knowledge-Intensive Business Services: Knowledge Management Strategies by Roberto Grandinetti

Exploring Knowledge-Intensive Business Services: Knowledge Management Strategies

byRoberto Grandinetti, Barbara Di BernardoEditorEleonora Di Maria

Hardcover | May 9, 2012

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Provides an updated view of knowledge management strategies of knowledge-intensive business services (KIBS) by focusing on how those firms manage innovation in their value chains and at the territorial level. Offers an original analysis of key processes of KIBS, specializing in design, professional firms and information technology.

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ELEONORA DI MARIA Associate Professor of Business Management at the University of Padova, Italy. Her research focuses on firm innovation, knowledge-intensive business services, internationalization and business competitiveness. She has published books and articles in journals such as Research Policy, European Planning Studies and Euro...

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Title:Exploring Knowledge-Intensive Business Services: Knowledge Management StrategiesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:296 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.04 inPublished:May 9, 2012Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230358594

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List of TablesList of FiguresAcknowledgementsContributorsExploring Knowledge-Intensive Business Services: An Introduction; E. Di Maria, R. Grandinetti & B.Di BernardoKIBS And Knowledge Dynamics In Client-Supplier Interaction; I. MilesKnowledge Angels, Creative Behaviors and Emerging Innovation Modes: Observations from Alsace, Baden-Württemberg and Catalonia; E. Muller, A. Zenker & J.Carlos RamosKnowledge Dynamics and Knowledge Commodification of KIBS in Time and Space; S. StrambachHow Knowledge-Intensive Business Services Upgrade their Customers: Evidence from Russia; M. E. DoroshenkoKIBS Roles in KIBS Industries; A. AlvisiCreativity Versus Standardization In Knowledge-Intensive Business Services: A Real Trade-Off?; M. Bettiol, E. Di Maria, R. GrandinettiInnovation and Co-Production In Computer Services: The Case of Complex Software Solutions In The Fashion & Retail Industry In Italy; M. PaiolaKnowledge Dynamics In Third-Party Logistics: Balancing Exploitation and Exploration Through Service Architectures; A. Cabigiosu, D. Campagnolo, A. Furlan & G.CostaThe Role of Entrepreneurs' Human and Social Capital In Knowledge-Intensive Business Services; M. Gianecchini & P. GubittaIs There A Connection Between Geographic Clustering And KIBS Innovation?; R. Shearmur & D. DoloreuxUrban Density and Vertical Disintegration: The Case of Service Firms In Milan; R. Antonietti & G.CainelliCompetitive Strategies In Knowledge-Intensive Business ServicesEvidence From Lombardy; N.Corrocher, L. Cusmano & A.MorrisonAppendixBibliographyIndex