The effectiveness of negotiated agreements and its inspirations for Chinese knowledge mangement

Hongwei Shi, [Unknown] Wangyu, Johannes T.A. Bressers, Theo de Bruijn

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Abstract

Negotiated agreements have become a widely used management model with respective covenants for different social network context in European countries. Negotiated agreements between government and industry in which industry obliges to take 'voluntary' action to help realizing regional management objectives. This paper describes and analyses development of the use of such covenant model in European public administration practice. After an extensive evaluation of the effects of the covenants in the European social network context, the paper conducts a comparable study of the Chinese knowledge management also in social network context, and expose that Chinese knowledge management policy and knowledge management practice is still in the first stage of Europe public administration evolution. As a conclusion, the paper explores the possible application of covenants model in Chinese knowledge management.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the International Conference on Management and Service Science, MASS 2011
Place of PublicationWuhan
PublisherIEEE Wuhan Section, Wuhan University, Nankai University, Fuzhou University, University of Science and Technology Bejing.
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ISBN (Print)9781424465798
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Publication statusPublished - 12 Aug 2011

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knowledge management
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Keywords

  • Social Network
  • METIS-278497
  • IR-103780
  • Negotiated agreements
  • Knowledge Management
  • Public administration

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Shi, H., Wangyu, U., Bressers, J. T. A., & de Bruijn, T. (2011). The effectiveness of negotiated agreements and its inspirations for Chinese knowledge mangement. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Management and Service Science, MASS 2011 (pp. -). Wuhan: IEEE Wuhan Section, Wuhan University, Nankai University, Fuzhou University, University of Science and Technology Bejing.. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICMSS.2011.5998913
Shi, Hongwei ; Wangyu, [Unknown] ; Bressers, Johannes T.A. ; de Bruijn, Theo. / The effectiveness of negotiated agreements and its inspirations for Chinese knowledge mangement. Proceedings of the International Conference on Management and Service Science, MASS 2011. Wuhan : IEEE Wuhan Section, Wuhan University, Nankai University, Fuzhou University, University of Science and Technology Bejing., 2011. pp. -
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Shi H, Wangyu U, Bressers JTA, de Bruijn T. The effectiveness of negotiated agreements and its inspirations for Chinese knowledge mangement. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Management and Service Science, MASS 2011. Wuhan: IEEE Wuhan Section, Wuhan University, Nankai University, Fuzhou University, University of Science and Technology Bejing. 2011. p. - https://doi.org/10.1109/ICMSS.2011.5998913