Kirsimarja Blomqvist is Professor for Knowledge Management at Lappeenranta University of Technology (LUT) in Lappeenranta, Finland. Her professional interests include trust, knowledge management, collaborative innovation, digitalization, new forms of organizing, and digital platforms. She has published over 180 research articles in international academic journals, books, and conferences.
Kirsimarja serves as Associate Editor for the Journal of Trust Research and on the editorial boards for Industrial Marketing Management and Journal of Organization Design. She is a founding and board member of First International Network of Trust Researchers (FINT) network comprising over 700 trust researchers around the world. She serves on the Academy of Finland Research Council for Culture and Society, the Finnish Cultural Foundation, and Fulbright Finland.
- Lappeenranta University of Technology – Professor for Knowledge management, 2002 – Present
- Stanford University – Visiting Scholar, 2013-2015 and 2011-2012
- Telia Sonera – Director, 1999-2007
- Turku School of Economics, MSc, International Marketing
- LUT University, PhD, Economics & Business Administration
Knowledge Management, Arts, and Humanities: Interdisciplinary Approaches and the Benefits of Collaboration edited by Meliha Handzic and Daniela Carlucci – Chapter 2 (with Anna-Maija Nisula): Understanding and Fostering Collective Ideation: An Improvisation-Based Method
Managing Innovation: Understanding and Motivating Crowds edited by Alexander Brem, Joe Tidd, and Tugrul Daim – Chapter 2 (with Miia Kosonen, Chunmei Gan, and Mika Vanhala): User Motivation and Knowledge Sharing in Idea Crowdsourcing
Understanding Trust in Organizations edited by Nicole Gillespie, Ashley Fulmer, and Roy Lewicki – Chapter 13 (with Lisa van der Werff and Sirpa Koskinen): Trust Cues in Artificial Intelligence: A Multi-Level Case Study in a Service Organization
- What is trust in B2B relationships?
- Generalized and specific trust
- Changing nature of trust in a global environment
- How is trust in Finland specific compared to other countries?
- Is there an optimal trust?
- Challenges of Remote Working #2 – Trust, Surveillance and AI
Knowledge Transfer in Service-Business Acquisitions with Miia Kosonen
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Knowledge capture includes making entries into databases; examples of this information include personal profiles, repositories, and knowledge bases.
Content captured as part of a KM program includes documents, communications of various types, and training. Details each type, how to capture.
Knowledge capture includes collecting documents, presentations, spreadsheets, records, etc. that can be used for innovation, reuse, and learning.
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