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Inquiring organizations; moving from knowledge management to wisdom

Foreword ........................................................................................................................ vi
Preface .......................................................................................................................... ix
Section I: Foundations of Knowledge Media
Chapter I
Inquiring Organizations: An Organizational Form Perspective ..................................1
Dianne J. Hall, Auburn University, USA
David Croasdell, University of Nevada - Reno, USA
Chapter II
Information Technology and Hegelian Inquiring Organizations ............................... 22
Bongsug Chae, Kansas State University, USA
James F. Courtney, University of Central Florida, USA
John D. Haynes, University of Central Florida, USA
Chapter III
The Design and Evolution of Singerian Inquiring Organizations:
Inspiring Leadership for Wise Action ........................................................................ 46
Alice Kienholz, Calgary, Canada
Chapter IV
Kantian Inquiring Systems: A Case Study ................................................................. 71
Ahmed Y. Mahfouz, Texas A&M University, USA
David B. Paradice, Florida State University, USA
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Section II: Systems, Applications, Developers, and Users
Chapter V
Email and Knowledge Creation: Supporting Inquiring Systems ................................ 89
Sharman Lichtenstein, Deakin University, Australia
Craig M. Parker, Deakin University, Australia
Margaret Cybulski, Deakin University, Australia
Chapter VI
Supporting the Complexity of Inquiring Organizations: An Agent Approach ........ 109
Dianne J. Hall, Auburn University, USA
Yi Guo, University of Michigan – Dearborn, USA
Chapter VII
Knowledge Creation in Inquiring Organizations using KDD: Re-Focusing
Research on the Analyst ........................................................................................... 133
John D. Murray, Georgia Southern University, USA
Thomas L. Case, Georgia Southern University, USA
Adrian B. Gardiner, Georgia Southern University, USA
Chapter VIII
Using Inquiring Practice and Uncovering Exformation for Information Systems
Development .............................................................................................................. 154
Martina Sophia Lundin, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Morten Thanning Vendelø, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Section III: Wisdom, Mindfulness, Awareness, and Wise Action
Chapter IX
Avoiding Epistemological Myopia ............................................................................. 173
Robert M. Mason, Florida State University, USA
Chapter X
Inquiring Organizations and the Wisdom of Tacit Knowledge for a Heideggerian
Inquiring System: The Sixth Sense .......................................................................... 195
John D. Haynes, University of Central Florida, USA
Chapter XI
Mindfulness: An Essential Quality of Integrated Wisdom ....................................... 211
Kay Fielden, UNITEC, New Zealand
Chapter XII
Wise Organizations? ................................................................................................ 229
Chauncey Bell, Bell & Associates, Business Design for Innovation
(BABDI), California, USA
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Chapter XIII
The Phenomenon of Duality: A Key to Facilitate the Transition From Knowledge
Management to Wisdom for Inquiring Organizations ............................................. 272
Nilmini Wickramasinghe, Cleveland State University, USA
Section IV: Hermeneutics, Transformations, and Abstractions
Chapter XIV
Understanding Organizational Philosophies of Inquiry Through Hermeneutic
Analysis of Organizational Texts ............................................................................. 291
Michael H. Dickey, Florida State University, USA
David B. Paradice, Florida State University, USA
Chapter XV
Transforming Organizational Culture to the Ideal Inquiring Organization:
Hopes and Hurdles .................................................................................................... 316
Leoni Warne, Defence Science and Technology Organization, Australia
Helen Hasan, University of Wollongong, Australia
Irena Ali, Defence Science and Technology Organization, Australia
Chapter XVI
Exploiting Reusable Abstractions in Organizational Inquiry: Why Reinvent
Square Wheels? ........................................................................................................ 337
Haim Kilov, Independent Consultant, and Stevens Institute of
Technology, USA
Ira Sack, Stevens Institute of Technology, USA
About the Authors ..................................................................................................... 360
Index ........................................................................................................................ 367

Courtney and Haynes and Paradice - 2005

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