Innovation and knowledge management has gained considerable importance over the last 40 years, both as an area of academic research and as an area of professional practice.
This growing interest has produced a wealth of highly disparate literature, international in orientation and rooted in both the research agenda and in more pragmatic issues of best practice. Each volume in this collection covers a key area of innovation and knowledge management, reflecting both historical roots and cutting-edge scholarship.
Volume One covers individual creativity and innovation. Volume Two focuses on teamwork and group innovation. Volume Three adopts an organization-wide perspective, including papers on the innovation process, resistance to change and radical versus incremental innovation. Volume Four treats knowledge management in the context of organizational knowledge, knowledge networks, knowledge transfer and organizational learning. This four-volume collection has been selected and organized by renowned scholars in the field working under the guidance of an international editorial advisory board.