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it 1/2006 Aktuelle Forschungsschwerpunkte DFG-Schwerpunktprogramm „Netzbasierte Wissenskommunikation in Gruppen“ The DFG Priority Program „Net-Based Knowledge Communication in Groups“ Tobias Lauer, Thomas Ottmann, Stephan Trahasch, Universität Freiburg, Jörg M. Haake, FernUniversität Hagen, Hans-Rüdiger Pfister, Universität Lüneburg, Korinna Bauer, Friedrich W. Hesse, Institut für Wissensmedien Tübingen Zusammenfassung Thema dieses interdisziplinären For- schungsprogramms ist die Analyse und Optimierung des computerbasierten Wissensaustauschs in Lern- und Arbeits

realistic timing structure of messages, more than two players who meet publicly but not as a plenary group, and may be robust to strategic decisions about whether to communicate. KEYWORDS: common knowledge, communication, coordination 1. Introduction When a group of individuals must coordinate on a risky course of action, it is valuable to collect the group together and publicly agree on how to proceed. By meeting together, it is possible for the underlying facts motivating their joint action and the details of their plan of action to become common knowledge among the

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project provides a deeper consideration of how participating in research colours the actions social actors produce. As a theoretical/methodological tool primary agency is embedded within multimodal (inter)action analysis, work in multimodality more generally, and sociocultural approaches to studying agency. Primary agency has been applied here to explore research participation, learning and knowledge communication. Further applications may examine what sorts of processes promote or diminish agency, and to what extent current practices for enhancing agency are successful

Leibniz showed us. Keywords: cognitio symbolica; cognition; knowledge management; knowledge creation; knowledge communication; knowledge hierarchy. Semiotica 158–1/4 (2006), 439–456 0037–1998/06/0158–0439 6 Walter de Gruyter In the new economy, conversations are the most important form of work. Conversations are the way knowledge workers discover what they know, share it with their colleagues, and in the process create new knowledge for the organization — Webber (1993: 28) 1. Introduction For several years now, knowledge management seems to have promised a concept by

financial director of Roche’s Basel headquarters travelled to the United States, breaking the double blockade. Eventually, the on-site, face-to-face communication and a long-distance tele- phone call contributed to the survival of the company as a unified organization. JEL-Codes: N 40, N 44, N 80, N 84 Keywords: information, knowledge, communication, multinational enterprise, holding company, business history, political risk, WWII, neutrality, Switzerland DOI 10.1515/jbwg-2015-0009* 1 Introduction The multinational enterprise (MNE), one of the most important

performance as well as textual and content­related strategies, the paper illustrates the challenges and chances arising from new formats of situational communication in the field of knowledge communication. I argue that Slams, Ted Talks and Sciences Notes provide illuminating examples of how to combine the powerful immediacy and fascination of situational interaction with the innovative communicative possibilities of the digital era (by adapting the traditional medium of academic speech to the requirements of today’s digital society). In this sense, digitalization

, there is a brief look at the semiotic resources evident in science communication and at some approaches to describe scientific multimodality linguistically. It has never, indeed, been possible to imagine science without visualizations, and text layout and typography have performed important functions in the construction and ordering of scientific knowledge for many centuries. Keywords: knowledge communication – discourse communities – scientific genres – scientific writing – rhetoric of science – scientific uncertainty – multimodality 1  Linguistics and semiotics

and practice. Theoretical, design and technical disciplines merge to develop new research methods which their inherent wide reaching potential. Design aspects of knowledge communication, which have to date been underrated, are primarily helpful to address „not knowing“. These aspects center around cognitive styles and types of knowl- edge that do not meet the formal expectations of organizations and thus fail to be „legitimated through method“ (Luhmann 1977). Design thinking meets the challenge to innovate as pos- tulated by society and corporations and helps

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