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Okada Management of Knowledge-Intensive Organizations



Governance Models for Transformative Discovery

1. Auflage 2019, 202 Seiten, Gebunden, HC runder Rücken kaschiert, Format (B × H): 151 mm x 218 mm, Gewicht: 414 g
ISBN: 978-3-319-97372-2
Verlag: Springer, Berlin


Okada Management of Knowledge-Intensive Organizations

This book focuses on enhancing management theories of Knowledge-Intensive Organizations (KIOs), analyzing academic and research institutions and multilateral agencies such as the World Health Organization (WHO). The first part of the book discusses the trusteeship norms of academic KIOs and institutional barriers that generate bias in selecting the research agenda. The author then discusses how moral stakeholders affect a legitimate research scope, and research policies and academic KIOs address the issues. Finally, the book addresses how to control private incentives that stem from ownership components as well as ways to build alliance and governance mechanisms for this purpose. This work provides researchers with a discussion of the broader impacts of addressing global common goods from responsible KIO perspectives.

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Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION

 

1.      Management of Knowledge- Intensive Organizations

 

Theoretical Framework

 

2. Academic Knowledge Production and KIOs

           

            Two Research Streams

Knowledge Production Systems in Academic Sciences

Concerns over Academic Knowledge Production

Governance of Academic Knowledge Production

 

3. Governance Models of Knowledge Intensive Organizations

 

Definition of Governance

Relations with Neighboring Fields

Governance Models in Management Theories of KIOs

 

 

4.  Organization of Chapters

 

 

PART I

 

 

 

Chapter 2 TRANSLATIONAL SCIENCE AND BOUNDARY

                CONCEPTUALIZATION

 

1.                               Translational Science and KIO Framework

 

Components of Translational Science

Consistencies with KIO Framework

 

2.      Boundaries and Governance

 

Knowledge Integration and Boundaries

Application to Translational Science

The Need of the Academic-Specific Boundary Conceptualization

 

3.      Framework of KIOs, Boundaries, and Buffer

 

Threshold Elements of Boundary Spanning

Systems Model of Buffering

            Modalities of Governance

 

4.      Conclusion

 

Chapter 3 TRUSTEESHIP GOVERNANCE AND CHALLENGES TO SCIENTIFIC

                 KNOWLEDGE-INTENSIVE-ORGANIZATIONS

 

1.      Introduction

 

2.      Captures, Goal Replacement, Non-academic legitimacies

 

Captures

Academic Captures

Goal Replacement

Measures to Identify Captures

 

3.      Governance Models

 

Governance Models of Academic KIOs

Mitigating Inconsistencies in Governance in Translational Science

Directions of Enhancing Models

 

4.      Conclusion

 

Part II

 

Chapter 4 INSTITUTIONAL BARRIERS AND GOVERNANCE

 

1.      Introduction

 

2.      Barriers to Institutional Validation

 

Informed Consent as a Buffer

Fair Transaction Model of Consent

            Measurement of Preconditions

 

3.      Fairness-Based Stakeholder Theory in Translational Science

 

Fairness-Based Stakeholder Theory and Informed Consent

            Obligations of KIOs in Fairness-based Stakeholder Theory

Implementation Mechanism

 

4.      Conclusion

 

 

 

Chapter 5 RESEARCH POLICY AND KNOWLEDGE-INTENSIVE-ORGANIZATION

 

1.      Introduction

 

2.      Research Policies and Bioethics

 

Competing Factors in Research Policies

Transnational Efforts vs. State-Centric Effort

Institutional Approach

Intellectual Property Policies and Humans' Biological Cells

Moral Stakeholders and Civic Epistemology

 

3.      Discovery Pathways

Basic Research in the US and German KIOs

Translational Pathways in the US and German KIOs

      

4.      Conclusions

 

 

Chapter 6 NEW GOVERNANCE MODELS FOR DISCOVERIES OF VACCINE  

                  SCIENCE

 

1.      Introduction

 

2.      Research Alliances of Multilateral KIOs

 

                WHO as a KIO

     Private-Public Partnerships in Management Theories

     Buffers for Autonomy of KIOs

                 Governance in Management Theories

 

3.      Application to Vaccine Research

 

Possible Bias in the Selection of Research Agendas

      Background: MDR-TB Initiative

      Problems in Governance

 

4. Governance Model for Vaccine Discoveries

 

     Vaccine Science and Alliance Governance of KIOs

 

5.      Conclusion

 

Part III

 

Chapter 7 SCIENCE AND INSIGHTS FROM THE HUMANISTIC DISCIPLINES

 

1.      Introduction

 

2.      Intellectual Property Policies of Biomedical Consortia

 

Proprietary Knowledge in Scientific Commons

Intellectual Property Policies as Governance Mechanisms

      Governance Theories and Property Rights

 

3.      Self-Regulation of Science and Moral Identity

 

                 Integration towards Innovation Pathways

     Bridging Mechanisms for Governance

     Reaching to Common Ground with the Agency-based Governance

 

      4. Conclusion

 

Chapter 8 CONCLUSION

 

1.      Towards Governance Models for Academic Knowledge Intensive Organizations

 

2.      Self-regulation and Trusteeship Governance

 

Directions of Extension: Agency-perspective Governance

Directions of Extension: Stakeholder-perspective Governance

 

3.      Intellectual Property Policies as Governance Mechanisms

 

Imposing Ownership Requirements

            Unbundling of Rights

 

4.      Conclusion

 

Theoretical and Practical Implications

Limits and Future Studies 


Okada, Ellie
Ellie Okada is an academic, former visiting scholar at Harvard University's Weatherhead Center for International Affairs and Columbia Business School. She worked for a research university in Japan, Yokohama National University, as a tenured full professor for over 24 years. She is Senior Fellow, President, and Founder of the Boston Cancer Policy Institute, a research institute of management in new social sciences.


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