actKM Online Journal

The actKM Online Journal of Knowledge Management (The Journal) is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to providing perspectives on topics relevant to Knowledge Management and associated areas such as, Intellectual Capital, Innovation, Organisational Learning or Complexity.



 Volume 2 - Issue 1 - 2005

Table of Contents

Balanced Scorecard typology and organisational impact
Aurel Brudan

Soft systems methodology and grounded theory combined – a knowledge management research approach?
Graham Durant-Law

Great Decisions – Great Results: exposing the bottlenecks to effective decision making
Adrian Farrell

Exploring experiences of learning and knowing at work: findings from a public sector case study
Monica Kennedy

FPA Health’s Story: the achievements of better performance outcomes for sexual health care through knowledge management
Lindsey MacDonald

Action Research: connecting knowledge in the Australian Public Sector organisation
Michelle Mau  

The future is wild: managing knowledge of the future
Elizabeth A. Reuben

Developing strategic capability through a knowledge network communication work space
C.E. Ryan, D. Rhodes, and B. Millett

The implications of knowledge management for the library and information professions
Maryam Sarrafzadeh

Throwing pebbles into a dark cave: a study of participation and behaviour in the {act-km} Online Community
Ørjan Taule, Greg Timbrell, Patrick Lambe

Managing to measure: appropriate options for measuring intellectual capital in the Australian Public Service
Colette Woodford

Volume 1 - Issue 1 - 2004

Table of Contents

Learning and knowing in organisations - an exploration of experience in the public sector
Monica Kennedy

System and Extended absorptive capacity in the Australian wine industry
Robert Dalitz

Strategic Management Meets Knowledge Management: a literature review and theoretical framework
Paul James

Social Capital Links between Management Decision-making, Intellectual Capital and Market Performance
Laurence Lock Lee

Are we there yet? Developing methodology in a knowledge management research project.
Monica Kennedy