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Professor Stefan Smolnik und Olivia Hornung aktiv auf der HICSS-51

[06.01.2018]

51st Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, January 3-6, 2018, Big Island, Hawaii, US


Der Artikel "It's Just Emotion Taking Me Over: Investigating the Role of Emotions in Knowledge Management Research" von Olivia Hornung und Professor Stefan Smolnik wurden zur Präsentation und Veröffentlichung auf der 51. Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-51) angenommen. Die HICSS-51 findet vom 03.01.2016 bis zum 06.01.2018 im Hilton Waikoloa Village auf Big Island, Hawaii, USA, statt. Olivia Hornung präsentiert diesen Artikel im Rahmen der HICSS-51.

Darüber hinaus ist Professor Stefan Smolnik Mitausrichter von zwei Minitracks auf der HICSS-51. Den Minitrack "Knowledge Management Value, Success and Performance Measurements" richtet er zusammen mit den Professoren Murray E. Jennex (San Diego State University) und David T. Croasdell (University of Nevada in Reno) aus; den Minitrack "Creation and Appropriation of Knowledge Systems" zusammen mit den Professoren Pierre Hadaya und David Holford (beide Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada).

Olivia Hornung, Stefan Smolnik: It's Just Emotion Taking Me Over: Investigating the Role of Emotions in Knowledge Management Research

Zusammenfassung: The importance of emotions has increasingly been recognized in the information systems field. Emotions do not only influence the human mind, but can also be transferred to others through knowledge. This transfer of knowledge is part of the broader organizational concept of knowledge management (KM) and requires the attention of researchers interested in emotions and emotion theories. Therefore, our paper presents a systematic review of existing evidence on the emotions’ role in KM research. Our review shows that despite KM’s long tradition, there is only limited evidence as to how emotions are related to KM, most of which mention emotions as motivation for KM. As a result of our study, we identify four research opportunities to further examine certain aspects of emotions’ role in KM.

(HICSS-51 Homepage)

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