[AISWorld] Cfp HICSS52 Knowledge Flows, Transfer, Sharing, and Exchange Minitrack

Murray Jennex mjennex at sdsu.edu
Mon May 21 03:17:26 -04 2018


CALL FOR PAPERS: 52ND HAWAII INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SYSTEM SCIENCES



KNOWLEDGE FLOWS, TRANSFER, SHARING, AND EXCHANGE MINITRACK



KNOWLEDGE, INNOVATION, AND ENTREPRENEURIAL SYSTEMS TRACK



8-11 January, 2019



Grand Wailea Maui http://hicss.hawaii.edu



MiniTrack Chairs: Murray E. Jennex, Gang Peng, Liana Razmerita



Knowledge flows occur between individuals, among groups of individuals,
community members, and among other entities such as countries,
institutions, communities, firms, and networks. This mini-track focuses on
examining the nature and role of knowledge flows (e.g., knowledge exchange,
knowledge transfer and knowledge sharing) among entities. Technical,
managerial, behavioral, organizational, and economic perspectives on
knowledge flows will be accepted and presented in this mini-track.
Potential topics that this minitrack will address are:



·        The effects of consumerization of IT (COIT) on knowledge flows

·        Knowledge flows and Internet of Things (IoT)

·        Knowledge sharing, flows, and transfer within the context of
Social Media

·        Design of information and communication systems that facilitate
knowledge transfer and sharing.

·        Role of social computing and social media in knowledge transfer
and sharing

·        Technical challenges and solutions in the development and
implementation of systems that facilitate knowledge flows.

·        Managerial and organizational challenges/solutions in the
institutionalization and implementation of processes and activities that
facilitate knowledge flows.

·        Intra- and inter-organizational processes for effective leverage
of knowledge through knowledge transfer and sharing.

·        Enablers and inhibitors of knowledge sharing and knowledge
transfer behaviors.

·        Role of information and communication technologies in managing
knowledge flows.

·        Knowledge reuse in organizations.

·        Organizational and economic incentive structures for knowledge
sharing and use.

·        Building knowledge capabilities to harness and enable knowledge
flows

·        Knowledge flows (and sharing ) within networks and communities

·        Harnessing knowledge flows for creativity and innovation

·        Role of IT within communities of practice (CoPs)





IMPORTANT DATES FOR CALL FOR PAPERS

June 15, 2019              Paper Submission DEADLINE

August 15, 2019          Acceptance Notifications

September 15, 2019    Submission camera-ready paper

October 1, 2019         Early Registration fee deadline



More info: http://hicss.hawaii.edu



HICSS Author Guidelines:
http://hicss.hawaii.edu/tracks-and-minitracks/authors/



*Minitrack Co-Chairs:*



*Murray Jennex* (Primary Contact)

San Diego State University

mjennex at sdsu.edu



*Gang Peng*

California State University Fullerton

gpeng at fullerton.edu



*Liana Razmerita*

Copenhagen Business School

lra.msc at cbs.dk


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