Other publications associated with the research underpinning Knowledge Works are listed below.

Section I Establish strategic priorities

An integrated approach to enabling more effective knowledge flows in organisations
C van Winkelen, J McKenzie,
In “Hands-on Knowledge Co-Creation and Sharing: Practical Methods and Techniques”, pp 167-181.
Edited by A. S. Kazi, L. Wolfart, P. Wolf. Knowledge Board, May 2007

Individuals, organizations and networks: An integrated framework to guide knowledge management
J. McKenzie and C. van Winkelen
Academy of Management Conference, Hawaii, 5-10 August 2005

Section II Enable operational effectiveness

Creating successful partnerships: the importance of knowledge sharing
J. McKenzie, C. van Winkelen
Journal of General Management, 2006, 31(4), 45-61

Managing knowledge in collaborative partnerships
J. McKenzie
Organisations and People, 2006, 13(1) 56-63

How to share knowledge between companies
J. McKenzie
KM Review, 2005, November/December 8 (5) 16-19

Knowledge management in project-based organizations
J. Payne, T. Sheehan
In “Leveraging Corporate Knowledge”, 2004, 33-42, Edited by E. Truch, Gower Publishing Ltd

Which KM strategy is right for your project?
J. Payne, T. Sheehan,
KM Review, 2003, 6(5) 24-27

Section III Stimulate innovation

Learning expert thinking processes: using KM to structure the development of expertise
C. van Winkelen and R. McDermott
Journal of Knowledge Management, 2010, 14 (4) 557-572

Understanding an organization’s knowledge-enabled innovation capability
C. van Winkelen, G. Tovstiga
International Journal of Knowledge Management Studies, 2009, 3 (1-2) 97-115

Building the capability to be innovative
C. van Winkelen, W. Jordan,
KM Review, 2008, 11(3) July/August, 8-13

Facilitating the handover of knowledge
C. van Winkelen and R. McDermott
KM Review, 2008, 11(2) May/June, 24-27

Section IV Increase learning capacity

Deriving Value from interorganizational learning collaborations
C. van Winkelen
The Learning Organization, Special Issue on Networks of Learning and Leadership in Organizations, January 2010, 17 (1) 8-23

Integrating individual and organisational learning initiatives: working across knowledge management and human resource management functional boundaries
C. van Winkelen and J. McKenzie
Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management, 2007, 5(4) 527-538, Barcelona Special Issue

Integrating business learning strategies
C. van Winkelen
KM Review, 2007, 10(4) Sept / Oct, 16-21

Encouraging “intelligent” document management
C. van Winkelen, N. Silburn, A. Sinclair-Thomson
KM Review, 2007, 9(6) Jan/Feb, 10-15

Network or community? Establishing criteria to distinguish an inter-organisational community of practice from a network.
C. van Winkelen
Working Paper Series, 2006 HWP 0605, Henley Management College

Embedding communities in turbulent times
C. van Winkelen, E. Truch.
KM Review, 2004, 7(2) 14-17

Building effective communities
C. van Winkelen, P. Ramsell
In “Leveraging Corporate Knowledge”, 2004, pp55-60, Edited by E. Truch, Gower Publishing Ltd

Section V Become more agile

Using division to solidify vision
J. McKenzie, C. van Winkelen
Strategy Magazine, Issue 24, June 2010, pp20-22

“An IC-based conceptual framework for developing organizational decision making capability”
C. van Winkelen and J. McKenzie
Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management, 2010 8(2) 209-216

Knowledge management for a changing world
J. McKenzie and C. van Winkelen,
Pages 9-28 in, Training the Next Generation of Knowledge Workers: Readings for Effective Secondary Education and Workplace Learning Practices, Edited by J. H. Westover, Published by Common Ground, a series imprint of The University Press, Australia, 2010

Strategic connections
C. van Winkelen, J. McKenzie
Strategy Magazine, Issue 22, December 2009, pp20-23

Using scenarios to explore the potential for shifts in the relative priority of human, structural and relational capital in generating value
C. van Winkelen, J. McKenzie
EJKM Special Issue, July 2009, 7 (4), 509 – 516

Knowledge Management (KM) for a changing world: Challenges for third generation knowledge practice
J. McKenzie and C. van Winkelen
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, 2008, 8(8).

Using wikis and blogs to improve collaboration and knowledge sharing
J. Payne
Strategic HR Review, 2008, 7 (3) 5-12

Using social software to improve collaboration
J. Payne
KM Review, 2007, 10(5) Nov/Dec 24-29

Section VI Make change stick

The impact of national cultures on acceptance of knowledge management approaches
R. Darby, E. Herbolzheimer and C. van Winkelen
Working Paper Series, HWP 0807, 2008, Henley Management College

An exploration of knowledge sharing behaviour in organizations and its link with personality
A.Truch,
PhD Thesis, 206, Henley Management College

Characteristics of effective knowledge managers and knowledge activists
J. Payne
Organisations and People, 2006, 13 (1) 30-36

Cross-cultural context in the implementation of knowledge management: A cross-cultural case study analysis.
R. Darby, E. Herbolzheimer, C. van Winkelen.
5th European Conference on KM, Paris, 30 Sept -1 Oct 2004

Personality and knowledge sharing
A.Truch, D. Bartram, M. Higgs
In “Leveraging Corporate Knowledge”, 2004, 131-144, Edited by E. Truch, Gower Publishing Ltd