Knowledge Management Research and Practice (KMRP) provides an outlet for high-quality, peer-reviewed articles on all aspects of managing knowledge, from the organisational level to that of the individual, nation or profession. The journal places a particular emphasis on cross-disciplinary approaches, and on the mixing of "hard" (e.g. technological) and "soft" (e.g. cultural or motivational) issues. Rigorous contributions from both academics and practitioners are welcomed.
Knowledge Management Research and Practice brings together overlapping yet often fragmented areas of the knowledge management field, including managing knowledge (creating/acquiring, sharing, retaining, storing, using, updating, retiring), organisational learning, intellectual capital and knowledge economics. The journal also aims to both accomodate and seek common ground between the "codification" and "collaboration" schools of thought, and between "Western" (meaning North American) and "Eastern" (meaning Japanese) approaches.
Articles may be empirical research papers, theoretical papers, conceptual papers, case studies or surveys.