Giovanni Schiuma mostly deals with Knowledge management, Knowledge value chain, Intellectual capital, Organizational learning and Personal knowledge management. His work carried out in the field of Knowledge management brings together such families of science as Competitive advantage, Resource, Business value and Performance improvement. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Performance improvement, Process is strongly linked to Asset.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Control and Knowledge economy. In his study, Dynamics is inextricably linked to Marketing, which falls within the broad field of Intellectual capital. His Organizational learning research integrates issues from Performance indicator, Dashboard and Core competency.
His main research concerns Knowledge management, Intellectual capital, Knowledge value chain, Organizational learning and Value creation. His study connects Dynamics and Knowledge management. His Intellectual capital research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Action research, Marketing and Performance improvement.
Giovanni Schiuma has researched Knowledge value chain in several fields, including Resource, Value, Knowledge sharing and Information management. His work on Organizational learning is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Organizational performance. Within one scientific family, Giovanni Schiuma focuses on topics pertaining to Performance measurement under Performance management, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Competitive advantage and Process.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Knowledge management, The arts, Open innovation, Context and Marketing. Giovanni Schiuma regularly links together related areas like Process in his Knowledge management studies. The various areas that he examines in his The arts study include Engineering ethics and Public relations.
His Open innovation research includes elements of Business idea, Knowledge translation and Health care. His study in Marketing is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Sample and Dynamics. His work in the fields of Intellectual capital, such as Intellectual capital management, intersects with other areas such as The Conceptual Framework.
Knowledge management, Context, Originality, Marketing and The arts are his primary areas of study. Giovanni Schiuma specializes in Knowledge management, namely Knowledge transfer. His Knowledge transfer study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Project management, Health care, Single-subject design and Process.
He studied The arts and Public relations that intersect with Viewpoints, Data visualization and Resource. His Entrepreneurial learning research includes themes of Entrepreneurial culture, Centrality and Contextual learning. In the subject of general Experiential learning, his work in Learning sciences is often linked to Argument and Level of analysis, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
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KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER AND INTER-FIRM RELATIONSHIPS IN INDUSTRIAL DISTRICTS : THE ROLE OF THE LEADER FIRM
Vito Albino;A.Claudio Garavelli;Giovanni Schiuma.
Intellectual capital – defining key performance indicators for organizational knowledge assets
Bernard Marr;Giovanni Schiuma;Andy Neely.
The dynamics of value creation: mapping your intellectual performance drivers
Bernard Marr;Giovanni Schiuma;Andy Neely.
The knowledge value chain: how intellectual capital impacts on business performance
Daniela Carlucci;Bernard Marr;Giovanni Schiuma.
The Value of Arts for Business
How to Respond to the Fourth Industrial Revolution, or the Second Information Technology Revolution? Dynamic New Combinations between Technology, Market, and Society through Open Innovation
Min Hwa Lee;Jin Hyo Joseph Yun;Andreas Pyka;Dong Kyu Won.
Knowledge, learning, and innovation: research and perspectives
Karim Moustaghfir;Giovanni Schiuma.
Managing intellectual capital through a collective intelligence approach: An integrated framework for universities
Giustina Secundo;John Dumay;Giovanni Schiuma;Giuseppina Passiante.
Managing knowledge for business performance improvement
Knowledge‐based capital in building regional innovation capacity
Giovanni Schiuma;Antonio Lerro.
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