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European Group for Organisational Studies Colloquium (EGOS)*

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The European Group for Organisational Studies Colloquium (EGOS), incorporating a 3-days pre-conference (doctoral) workshops program, is the annual colloquium of the European Group for Organisational Studies – a scholarly association which aims to further the theoretical and/or empirical advancement of knowledge about organizations, organizing and the contexts in which organizations operate. Conference

International Scientific Conference – The Knowledge-Based Organization (KBO)*

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The annual International Scientific Conference – The Knowledge-Based Organization (KBO) organized by “Nicolae Balcescu” Land Forces Academy provides an opportunity for academic teaching staff, research specialists and practitioners to come together, disseminate knowledge and exchange ideas on a wide range of topics related but not restricted to the knowledge-based organization. Conference History:

European Academy of Management Conference (EURAM Conference)*

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  • Conference Tracks: INNOVATION SIG (Inter-organizational networks and innovation; Knowledge, learning and innovation in cross sector collaborations; Open Innovation; Organising creativity for innovation: Multidisciplinary perspectives, theories, and practices); ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR SIG (Knowledge Sharing and Diversity); STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT SIG (Coopetition, Ecosystems, Networks and Alliances; Microfoundations of Strategy: Dynamic Capabilities and Knowledge Mechanisms)

“Leading” rather than “managing” knowledge

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Abstract: In Knowledge Leadership, Cavaleri and Seivert describe the dawning of a new era in which individuals are “leading” rather than “managing” knowledge. In the past, many knowledge-based initiatives have failed because leaders underestimated the powerful link between knowledge and performance improvement – and also because they mistakenly thought that “information” was the same