Volume 7 No 1 October 2001
Special Issue on Environmental Scanning and Competitive Intelligence
Environmental scanning as information seeking and organizational learning, by Chun Wei Choo, University of Toronto, Canada
Scanning and vicarious learning from adverse events in health care, by Anu MacIntosh-Murray, University of Toronto, Canada
Factors influencing environmental scanning in the organizational context, by Zita Correia, National Institute for Engineering and Industrial Technology, Lisbon, Portugal and T.D. Wilson, University of Sheffield, UK
Information as a tool for management decision making: a case study of Singapore, by Shrianjani Marie (Gina) de Alwis, Singapore Institute of Management and Susan Ellen Higgins, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Finding competitive intelligence on Internet start-up companies: a study of secondary resource use and information-seeking processes, by Sanda Erdelez, University of Missouri-Columbia and Nicole Ware, University of Texas at Austin, USA
Environmental scan on women's health information resources in Ontario, Canada, by Christine Marton, University of Toronto, Canada
Intelligence obtained by applying data mining to a database of French theses on the subject of Brazil, by Kira Tarapanoff, Luc Quoniam, Rogério Henrique de Araújo Júnior, and Lillian Alvares, Brazil.
Using information technology to support knowledge conversion processes, by Rodrigo Baroni de Carvalho, Banco de Desenvolvimento de Minas Gerais and Marta Araújo Tavares Ferreira, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil.
Additional Refereed Papers
Bibliometrics of electronic journals in information science, by Donald T. Hawkins, Editor-in-Chief, Information Science Abstracts, Medford, NJ, USA
Strategy, information processing and scorecard models in the UK financial services sector, by Judith Broady-Preston & Tim Hayward, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK.
Focus on further education of librarians in Latvia, by Iveta Gudakovska, University of Latvia, Riga, Latvia
Calls for papers
Fourth International Conference on Information Needs, Seeking and Use in Different Context - ISIC2002
Call for Papers: "Knowledge Management and the Emperor's New Clothes" - a special issue of Information Research
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