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Knowledge management in practice: pitfalls and potentials for development
J Ferguson, M Huysman, M Soekijad
World Development 38 (12), 1797-1810, 2010
1262010
From friendfunding to crowdfunding: Relevance of relationships, social media, and platform activities to crowdfunding performance
I Borst, C Moser, J Ferguson
New media & society 20 (4), 1396-1414, 2018
1242018
Questioning Big Data: Crowdsourcing crisis data towards an inclusive humanitarian response
F Mulder, J Ferguson, P Groenewegen, K Boersma, J Wolbers
Big Data & Society 3 (2), 2053951716662054, 2016
992016
Bridging the gap between research and practice.
J Ferguson
Knowledge management for development journal 1 (3), 46-54, 2005
762005
Are you Ready2Help? Conceptualizing the management of online and onsite volunteer convergence
A Schmidt, J Wolbers, J Ferguson, K Boersma
Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management 26 (3), 338-349, 2018
542018
Management of knowledge for development: meta-review and scoping study
JE Ferguson, K Mchombu, S Cummings
Amsterdam: IKM Working Paper 1, 2008
442008
Beyond the myth of control: Toward network switching in disaster management.
K Boersma, J Ferguson, P Groenewegen, J Wolbers
ISCRAM, 123-127, 2014
322014
Blogging for ICT4D: Reflecting and engaging with peers to build development discourse
J Ferguson, M Soekijad, M Huysman, E Vaast
Information Systems Journal 23 (4), 307-328, 2013
302013
Conflict and learning in inter-organizational online communities: negotiating knowledge claims
J Ferguson, Y Taminiau
Journal of Knowledge Management, 2014
272014
Cross-sector partnerships for sustainability: How mission-driven conveners drive change in national coffee platforms
I van Hille, FGA de Bakker, JE Ferguson, P Groenewegen
Sustainability 12 (7), 2846, 2020
262020
Speedy delivery versus long-term objectives: How time pressure affects coordination between temporary projects and permanent organizations
FJFW van Berkel, JE Ferguson, P Groenewegen
Long Range Planning 49 (6), 661-673, 2016
262016
Two faces of disaster response: Transcending the dichotomy of control and collaboration during the Nepal earthquake relief operation
J Wolbers, J Ferguson, P Groenewegen, F Mulder, K Boersma
International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters 34 (3), 419-438, 2016
262016
Information and communication technologies to support chronic disease self-management: preconditions for enhancing the partnership in person-centered care
S Wildevuur, F Thomese, J Ferguson, A Klink
Journal of Participatory Medicine 9 (1), e8846, 2017
242017
Knowledge management in practice. The case of international development
JE Ferguson, S Cummings
KOOHANG, A., HARMAN K. & J. BRITZ (EDS.), Knowledge management: research and …, 2008
232008
Structure, content, and meaning of organizational networks: Extending network thinking, introduction
JE Ferguson, P Groenewegen, C Moser, SP Borgatti, JW Mohr
Structure, Content and Meaning of Organizational Networks, 2017
21*2017
Navigating tensions in a cross‐sector social partnership: H ow a convener drives change for sustainability
I van Hille, FGA de Bakker, JE Ferguson, P Groenewegen
Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management 26 (2), 317-329, 2019
192019
Inclusive perspectives or in-depth learning? A longitudinal case study of past debates and future directions in knowledge management for development
J Ferguson
Journal of Knowledge Management, 2016
192016
The Indonesian tourism industry under crisis: a Bourdieuan perspective on social boundaries among small-scale business owners
JE Ferguson, H Dahles, TS Prabawa
Asia Pacific Business Review 23 (2), 171-191, 2017
172017
Multiple interests or unified voice? Online communities as intermediary spaces for development
JE Ferguson, M Soekijad
Journal of Information Technology 31 (4), 358-381, 2016
172016
Multiple interests or unified voice? Online communities as intermediary spaces for development.
JE Ferguson, M Soekijad
Journal of Information Technology, 2015
172015
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