Paul's research interests include Strategic Management and Knowledge Management. His doctoral research focused on the life cycle of knowledge assets.

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Publications:
Theory Y Leadership in the Knowledge Economy: Towards Tackling the Tacit Knowledge Transfer Enigma

This paper proposes a style of leadership that is appropriate to manage knowledge workers and the nature of the new psychological contract between them.

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Developing a Dilemma Model to Diagnose and Overcome Organizational Cultural Barriers to Implement Knowledge Management

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Real Experiences in Implementing Knowledge Management: Using Action Research

This colloquium will describe the experiences of four managers implementing knowledge management using action research.

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A Study of the Life Cycle of Knowledge Assets

A review of the lifecycle of knowledge assets based on a case study of twelve organisations in the Australian Public Sector.

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The Implementation of Electronic Health Knowledge Management Systems in a District Health Board: “Respect and Protect”: Using Action Research

The implementation of electronic health knowledge management systems in a district health board utilising an action research framework, highlighting culture, group processes reflective learning and ethics

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How and Why Redundant Knowledge Assets Are Identified: A Case Study of the End of the Knowledge Asset Lifecycle

A review of the end of the lifecycle of knowledge assets based on a case study of twelve organisations in the Australian Public Sector.

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