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23rd EGOS Colloquium 2007  

General Theme


Postdoctoral pre-colloquium workshop

PhD pre-colloquium workshop

Roland Calori Prize

EGOS Best Paper Award
EGOS Best Student Paper Award

Colloquium program

Sub-theme programs

Panel discussions


Organizational details

Registration and hotel reservation


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 Sub-theme program


Sub-theme 37

Individuals, Organisation, and Knowledge: Knowledge Management in Research-Intensive Organisations


Helmut Kasper
Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration
Jetta Frost
University of Hamburg

Shantha Liyanage
Macquarie University Sydney

Room S. 5.46 (C), Building UZA I



Session I: Thursday, July 5 – 14:00–15:30

Alexander Bargstädt and Parissa Haghirian
Defining the knowledge agent – A framework for knowledge transfer processes within multinational corporations
Commentary: Julia Müller, Alexandra Kaar and Birgit Renzl

Rüdiger Wink
Integrative technologies and knowledge intensive organizations: Bridging the gap between epistemic communities in the case of stem cell science
Commentary: Markus Perkman and Kathryn Walsh

Felipe Camerati
Integrating specialized knowledge: The growing role of university departments
Commentary: Margit Osterloh and Hossam Zeitoun

Session II: Friday, July 6 – 9:00–10:30

Ines Mergel, David Lazer and Maria Christina Binz-Scharf
Going the extra mile: Voluntary engagement in knowledge sharing
Commentary: Jetta Frost and Rick Vogel

Florian Kohlbacher
Knowledge-based approaches to international marketing: Creation and transfer of marketing knowledge in multinational corporations
Commentary: Alexander Bargstädt

Markus Perkman and Kathryn Walsh
Simply knowledge transfer? Logics of collaboration in university-industry relations
Commentary: Felipe Camerati

Session III: Friday, July 6 – 11:00–12:30

Jetta Frost and Rick Vogel
Framing strategies of think tanks: A case study
Commentary: Helmut Kasper and Barbara Müller

Stephan Güldenberg and Karl-Heinz Leitner
Strategy processes in research and development organizations: Why knowledge management is still more isolated than integrated

Commentary: Olfa Zaïbet-Gréselle

Margit Osterloh, Bruno S. Frey and Hossam Zeitoun
Voluntary co-determination produces sustainable competitive advantage
Commentary: Ines Mergel, David Lazer and Maria Christina Binz-Scharf

Session IV: Friday, July 6 – 13:45–15:15

Helmut Kasper, Jürgen Mühlbacher and Barbara Müller
Knowledge management in research intensive organizations under the perspective of system theory
Commentary: Stephan Güldenberg and Karl-Heinz Leitner

Olfa Zaïbet-Gréselle
Collective intelligence in the staffs: Definition and identification. The case of electronics sector SME
Commentary: Rüdiger Wink

Julia Müller, Alexandra Kaar and Birgit Renzl
ICT and corporate culture enabling knowledge sharing within communities – Empirical evidence from an international steelmaking company
Commentary: Florian Kohlbacher