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Knowledge Transfer Methodology

To explore and share information on the methods, models, tools and theory of Knowledge Transfer, Translation, and Utilization.

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Bibliography and Bibliometrics (January 11th, 2014)

KTM  Volume 5, Issue 1: 2014 

Knowledge Studies Update for 2014

In the latest edition of the KTM (Knowledge Transfer Methods), I'll be updating you on some of the latest research released in 2014.  The search is conducted on a broader scope than just "Knowledge Transfer"... but for "Knowledge Transfer" OR "Knowledge Utilization" OR "Knowledge Translation"... so you can view a broader array of resources. 

However, in addition to an updated bibliography of some new publications, I'll provide a brief bibliometric review, such as top producing Journals and Universities in a more comprehensive retrospective.

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2014 Bibliography 

Abadie, C. N., & Byrne, B. W. (2014). Cyclic loading response of monopile foundations in cohesionless soils. Paper presented at the Physical Modelling in Geotechnics - Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Physical Modelling in Geotechnics 2014, ICPMG 2014, , 2 779-784. 

Abadir, A. M., Lang, A., Klein, T., & Abenhaim, H. A. (2014). Influence of qualitative research on women's health screening guidelines. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 210(1), 44.e1-44.e6. 

Afiouni, F., Ruël, H., & Schuler, R. (2014). HRM in the middle east: Toward a greater understanding. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 25(2), 133-143. 

AL-Husan, F. B., AL-Hussan, F. B., & Perkins, S. J. (2014). Multilevel HRM systems and intermediating variables in MNCs: Longitudinal case study research in middle eastern settings. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 25(2), 234-251. 

Bengoa, D. S., & Kaufmann, H. R. (2014). Questioning western knowledge transfer methodologies: Toward a reciprocal and intercultural transfer of knowledge. Thunderbird International Business Review, 56(1), 11-26. 

Blome, C., Schoenherr, T., & Eckstein, D. (2014). The impact of knowledge transfer and complexity on supply chain flexibility: A knowledge-based view. International Journal of Production Economics, 147(PART B), 307-316. 

Bournakis, I. (2014). Costs, knowledge and market structure: Understanding the puzzle of international competitiveness with greek export data. International Review of Applied Economics, 28(2), 240-269. 

Brookes, M. (2014). The dynamics and evolution of knowledge transfer in international master franchise agreements. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 36, 52-62. 

Coates, K., & Fraser, K. (2014). A case for collaborative networks for clinical nurse educators. Nurse Education Today, 34(1), 6-10. 

Dinsmore, D. L., Baggetta, P., Doyle, S., & Loughlin, S. M. (2014). The role of initial learning, problem features, prior knowledge, and pattern recognition on transfer success. Journal of Experimental Education, 82(1), 121-141. 

Giabbanelli, P. J., Jackson, P. J., & Finegood, D. T. (2014). Modelling the joint effect of social determinants and peers on obesity among canadian adults 

Harzing, A. -., & Pudelko, M. (2014). Hablas vielleicht un peu la mia language? A comprehensive overview of the role of language differences in headquarters-subsidiary communication. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 25(5), 696-717. 

Hu, J. -., Yang, C. -., & Chen, C. -. (2014). R&D efficiency and the national innovation system: An international comparison using the distance function approach. Bulletin of Economic Research, 66(1), 55-71. 

Kimber, M., Couturier, J., Jack, S., Niccols, A., Van Blyderveen, S., & McVey, G. (2014). Decision-making processes for the uptake and implementation of family-based therapy by eating disorder treatment teams: A qualitative study. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 47(1), 32-39. 

Kozak-Holland, M., & Procter, C. (2014). Florence duomo project (1420-1436): Learning best project management practice from history. International Journal of Project Management, 32(2), 242-255. 

Liang, H. (2014). Study on reverse knowledge transfer strategy for overseas subsidiaries of large-scale manufacturing enterprises in zhejiang. Paper presented at the WIT Transactions on Information and Communication Technologies, , 46 VOLUME 1 219-226. 

McCarthy, H. (2014). Cultivating our roots and extending our branches: Appreciating and marketing rehabilitation theory and research. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 57(2), 67-79. 

Najafi-Tavani, Z., Giroud, A., & Andersson, U. (2014). The interplay of networking activities and internal knowledge actions for subsidiary influence within MNCs. Journal of World Business, 49(1), 122-131. 

Nordman, E. R., & Tolstoy, D. (2014). Does relationship psychic distance matter for the learning processes of internationalizing SMEs? International Business Review, 23(1), 30-37. 

Pehrsson, A., & Pehrsson, T. (2014). Consistent resource base of a foreign subsidiary's greenfield expansion: A conceptual framework and propositions. European Business Review, 26(1), 64-78. 

Rast, L., Toribio, J. A. L. M. L., Dhand, N. K., Khounsy, S., & Windsor, P. A. (2014). Why are simple control options for toxocara vitulorum not being implemented by cattle and buffalo smallholder farmers in south-east asia? Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 113(2), 211-218. 

Sabri, S. M., Haron, H., & Jamil, N. (2014). A conceptual analysis on mobile reminiscence transactive memory. Advanced Science Letters, 20(1), 231-234. 

Schernewski, G., & Bock, S. (2014). Internet based training and education for coastal management in germany: A critical evaluation. Marine Policy, 43, 21-28. 

Schulze, A., Brojerdi, G., & Von Krogh, G. (2014). Those who know, do. those who understand, teach. disseminative capability and knowledge transfer in the automotive industry. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 31(1), 79-97. 

Schwellnus, H., & Carnahan, H. (2014). Peer-coaching with health care professionals: What is the current status of the literature and what are the key components necessary in peer-coaching? A scoping review.Medical Teacher, 36(1), 38-46. 

Shi, Y. Z., Xu, M., Liu, P. L., & Li, P. (2014). Knowledge based ε-support vector regression method 

Shokri-Ghasabeh, M., & Chileshe, N. (2014). Knowledge management: Barriers to capturing lessons learned from australian construction contractors perspective. Construction Innovation, 14(1), 108-134. 

Sroka, W., Cygler, J., & Gajdzik, B. (2014). Knowledge transfer in networks - the case of steel enteprises in poland. Metalurgija, 53(1), 101-104. 

Zhao, J., Qi, Z., & De Pablos, P. O. (2014). Enhancing enterprise training performance: Perspectives from knowledge transfer and integration. Computers in Human Behavior, 30, 567-573.

Discussion Forum

Translational Science

Started by Paul J Graham Oct 5, 2012.

Community of Practice (Discussion and Bibliographic Resources) 1 Reply

Started by Paul J Graham. Last reply by Neli Maria Mengalli Feb 7, 2010.

Terminology in the knowledge debate: Transfer, exchange, diffusion etc... 1 Reply

Started by Lyndal Thompson. Last reply by Paul J Graham Nov 28, 2009.

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Comment by Krista Jensen on February 15, 2011 at 18:51
Thanks for this great list of resources! I am a Knowledge Mobilization Officer at York University (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) and I recently saw a presentation on Social Network Analysis at an Ontario Knowledge Transfer and Exchange Community of Practice event that sparked my interest in how this relates to knowledge mobilization, esp in an online environments like Virtual Communities of Practice.
Comment by Conor Horan on October 28, 2010 at 13:42
This is a great book to read ...if I may recommend some additional readings... Helga Nowothny 9head of the ERC right now) had a follow up book on this;

Nowotny, H., Scott, P., & Gibbons, M. 2001. Re-thinking Science: Knowledge and the Public in an Age of Uncertainty: Polity.

Also Anne Sigmiund Huff also made has some articles on this including the Presidential Address to the AOM conference;

Huff, A. S., & Huff, J. O. 2001. Re-Focusing the Business School Agenda. British Journal of Management, 12: S49.

Huff, A. S. 2000. 1999 Presidential Address: CHANGES IN ORGANIZATIONAL KNOWLEDGE PRODUCTION. Academy of Management Review, 25(2): 288-293.

I find these very interesting articles. The premise of the Modal Knowledge Production argument is I think based on an interesting trend in research recently on the Dualism v Duality debate .... a source on this can be found at;

Farjoun, M. 2010. BEYOND DUALISM: STABILITY AND CHANGE AS A DUALITY. Academy of Management Review, 35(2): 202-225.
Comment by Muhammad Zubir on March 10, 2010 at 3:29
My research is on value and resource in startegic management. I'm looking forward to the discussion and share the knowledge with the group.
Comment by Nasir Taofiq Olaide on January 29, 2010 at 10:41
Hi all. I am a lecturer in Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria. I believe in cross-fertilization of ideas and will like to join the knowledge transfer methodology group. I am in the Department of English and Performing Arts with emphasis on the performing arts especially appied drama. My e-mail address is
Comment by Lyndal Thompson on October 5, 2009 at 22:47
Hi all
I'm an Australian working in the area of knowledge exchange or learning. I've worked primarily in the agricultural extension and community engagement areas, but currently working on a project looking at knowledge exchange within government research organisations in order to improve innovation in future manufacturing industries. I have a background in natural resources management, adult education and social science (tend to be multi-disciplinary). I'm looking forward to the discussions from this group. I
Comment by Paula Robeson on August 5, 2009 at 19:35
Hello group. I am a Knowledge Broker with Health Evidence, a KTE program focusing on public health decision makers in Canada. We are housed in McMaster University (Hamilton, ON, Canada) although I work from a satellite office in Ottawa, ON, Canada. I am interested in learning from the work of others in this field and sharing what we've learned with those who may be interested. Cheers
Comment by Crisford Chogugudza on May 10, 2009 at 22:54
l would like to join the Knowledge transfer Methodology and would be grateful to talk to anyone in the group. My email address is

Comment by James B Johnston on April 21, 2009 at 13:50

As ever thanks for this it helps so much here that someone is able to do what you do.
Comment by Paul J Graham on April 5, 2009 at 1:38
I'll be updating the literature and tools concerning Knowledge Transfer every week.

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