The Science of Education - Disciplinary Knowledge on Non-Knowledge/Ignorance?
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Matt, DT; Rauch, E; Dallasega, P (IFPR, 2014)Knowledge work and knowledge management have become critical success factors for large enterprises and even for small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs). Especially in knowledge-intensive sectors, like the Engineer-to-Order ...
Felfernig, A; Friedrich, G; Jannach, D; Stumptner, M; Zanker, M (CEUR, 2002)The trend towards highly specialized solution providers cooperatively offering configurable products and services to their customers requires the extension of current (standalone) configuration technology with capabilities ...
The knowledge-bridging role of Technical and Scientific Services in knowledge-intensive industries Chiaroni D; Chiesa V; De Massis A; Frattini F (2008)Technical and Scientific Services (TSS) have been largely acknowledged by scholars and policy makers as means of knowledge transfer and diffusion within an innovation system. The paper argues that TSS play a critical ...