Knowledge Management in a Multidisciplinary Environment
We present a knowledge management model for multidisciplinarity; we consider communication problems, different mindsets/Weltanschauungen, lack of common methods and low efficiency.
||Multidisciplinary Environments, Knowledge Management, Multidisciplinary Challenges, Cooperation and Multidisciplinarity, Academia and Industry
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 5, pp.9-18.
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Irina Saur-Amaral is a Doctoral Researcher in Industrial Management at the University of Aveiro, Portugal, working on internationalization of industrial R&D in the pharmaceutical industry. She is Assistant Lecturer at the same university; she teaches Knowledge Management. Her current research interests fall under: management of R&D and innovation in pharmaceutical industry, knowledge management in global settings and internationalization of small and medium-sized firms, while she has been harbouring an interest in Chinese socio-political affairs. She has about thirty scientific publications in proceedings, scientific journals and book chapters, essentially on innovation/R&D, diversity management (multicultural and multidisciplinary issues), innovation networks and knowledge management.
Irina has a degree in Business Administration from the Romanian Academy of Economic Sciences and M.Sc. in Information Management from the University of Aveiro. She was Junior Researcher at the University of Aveiro, having studied a multisectoral network for innovation and its linkages with the academic community. She worked as Internal Auditor in Philip Morris.
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