Complex Information Environments: Issues in Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning. / Rosenberg, Duska.

Complexity and knowledge management:understanding the role of knowledge in the management of social networks. ed. / Andrew Tate; Kurt Richardson. Charlotte, NC, USA : IAP Information Age Publishing, inc, 2010. p. 77 - 92 (Managing Organizational Complexity).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

Published

Standard

Complex Information Environments: Issues in Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning. / Rosenberg, Duska.

Complexity and knowledge management:understanding the role of knowledge in the management of social networks. ed. / Andrew Tate; Kurt Richardson. Charlotte, NC, USA : IAP Information Age Publishing, inc, 2010. p. 77 - 92 (Managing Organizational Complexity).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

Harvard

Rosenberg, D 2010, Complex Information Environments: Issues in Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning. in A Tate & K Richardson (eds), Complexity and knowledge management:understanding the role of knowledge in the management of social networks. Managing Organizational Complexity, IAP Information Age Publishing, inc, Charlotte, NC, USA, pp. 77 - 92. <http://emergentpublications.com/(X(1)S(ssr43s5fe2jkcxdjlp3dbbfy))/ECO/issue_contents.aspx?Volume=2&Issue=4>

APA

Rosenberg, D. (2010). Complex Information Environments: Issues in Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning. In A. Tate, & K. Richardson (Eds.), Complexity and knowledge management:understanding the role of knowledge in the management of social networks (pp. 77 - 92). (Managing Organizational Complexity). IAP Information Age Publishing, inc,. http://emergentpublications.com/(X(1)S(ssr43s5fe2jkcxdjlp3dbbfy))/ECO/issue_contents.aspx?Volume=2&Issue=4

Vancouver

Rosenberg D. Complex Information Environments: Issues in Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning. In Tate A, Richardson K, editors, Complexity and knowledge management:understanding the role of knowledge in the management of social networks. Charlotte, NC, USA: IAP Information Age Publishing, inc,. 2010. p. 77 - 92. (Managing Organizational Complexity).

Author

Rosenberg, Duska. / Complex Information Environments: Issues in Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning. Complexity and knowledge management:understanding the role of knowledge in the management of social networks. editor / Andrew Tate ; Kurt Richardson. Charlotte, NC, USA : IAP Information Age Publishing, inc, 2010. pp. 77 - 92 (Managing Organizational Complexity).

BibTeX

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