Volume 29, Number 2 — June 2005

Special Issue: Information Technologies and Knowledge Management

Special Issue Articles

A Sender-Receiver Framework for Knowledge Transfer
Lihui Lin, Xianjun Geng, and Andrew B. Whinston
(pp. 197-219)

Effective Use of Knowledge Management Systems: A Process Model of Content Ratings and Credibility Indicators
Robin S. Poston and Cheri Speier
(pp. 221-244)

Knowledge Acquisition via Three Learning Processes in Enterprise Information Portals: Learning-by-Investment, Learning-by-Doing, and Learning-from-Others
Chungsuk Ryu, Yong Jin Kim, Abhijit Chaudhury, and H. Raghav Rao
(pp. 245-278)

Assessing Value in Organizational Knowledge Creation: Considerations for Knowledge Workers
Andrew N. K. Chen and Theresa M. Edgington
(pp. 279-309)

Information Technology Relatedness, Knowledge Management Capability, and Performance of Multibusiness Firms
Huseyin Tanriverdi
(pp. 311-334)

The Emergence of Boundary Spanning Competence in Practice: Implications for Implementation and Use of Information Systems
Natalia Levina and Emmanuelle Vaast
(pp. 335-363)

Running in Packs to Develop Knowledge-Intensive Technologies
Andrew H. Van de Ven
(pp. 365-378)