Henley Forum - Publications
The results from all Henley Forum Research Projects are presented at the Members' Annual
HENLEY FORUM PUBLICATIONS
The Henley Forum has 18 years’ experience helping our organisational partners to advance their practice in developing dynamic organisations through knowledge, learning and change. Over that period we have built a world-class body of evidence-based knowledge and expertise.
The results from all Henley Forum Research Projects are presented at the Members' Annual Conference. This takes place in March each year.
The results have also been published externally as follows:
Research related articles and papers
Energizing middle managers' practice in organizational learning, Jane McKenzie & Sharon Varney The Learning Organization (2018), Published online ahead of print
Change capability in the agile organisation, Alison Carter & Sharon Varney (2018) HR Network Paper 139, Institute for Employment Studies, https://www.employment-studies...
Lessons learned: Structuring knowledge codification and abstraction to provide meaningful information for learning, Vaughan Michell & Jane McKenzie VINE: Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems, (2017) 47(3)
Using developmental evaluation methods with communities of practice, Christine van Winkelen The Learning Organization (2016), 23 (2/3) pp 141-155
Learning to lead the knowledgeable organization: Developing leadership agility, Jane McKenzie & Paul Aitken, Strategic HR Review (2012), 11 (6), pp 329-334.
Beyond words: visual metaphors that can demonstrate comprehension of KM as a paradoxical activity system, Jane McKenzie and Christine van Winkelen, Systems Research and Behavioural Science (2011), 28 pp 138-149.
Developing organisational decision-making capability: A knowledge manager's guide, Jane McKenzie, Christine van Winkelen, Sindy Grewal, Journal of Knowledge Management, (2011), 15(3)
An IC-based conceptual framework for developing organizational decision making capability, Christine van Winkelen and Jane McKenzie, Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management, (2010) 8(2) 209-216
Learning expert thinking processes: using KM to structure the development of expertise, Christine van Winkelen and Richard McDermott, Journal of Knowledge Management (2010), 14 (4) 557-572
Using division to solidify vision, Jane McKenzie and Christine van Winkelen, Strategy Magazine, Issue 24, June (2010), pp20-22
Strategic connections, Christine van Winkelen, Jane McKenzie, Strategy Magazine (2009), Issue 22, December 2009, pp20-23
Deriving Value from Interorganizational Learning Collaborations, Christine van Winkelen, The Learning Organization, Special Issue on Networks of Learning and Leadership in Organizations, (2010), Vol 17, Issue 1, pp8-23
Using Scenarios to Explore the Potential for Shifts in the Relative Priority of Human, Structural and Relational Capital in Generating Value, Christine van Winkelen, Jane McKenzie, EJKM Special Issue Volume 7 Issue 4, July 2009, pp509 - 516
Continuing on the KM Journey, Christine van Winkelen, KM Review, May 2009
Understanding an organization's knowledge-enabled innovation capability, C van Winkelen, G Tovstiga. International Journal of Knowledge Management Studies 2009 3 (1-2) pp97-115
Knowledge Management (KM) for a Changing World: Challenges for Third Generation Knowledge Practice, Jane McKenzie and Christine van Winkelen. International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management (2008) Volume 8, Issue 8
Building the Capability to be Innovative, Christine van Winkelen, Wendy Jordan. KM Review (2008) 11(3) July/August p8-13
Knowing, being and making connections – Profile of Judy Payne, KM Review, 11 (2) (2008)
Using wikis and blogs to improve collaboration and knowledge sharing, J. Payne, Strategic HR Review, 7 (3) (2008).
Collaborative working key to future, J. Payne and C van Winkelen. Library and Information Update 7(5) May 2008, p5
The Impact of National Cultures on Acceptance of Knowledge Management Approaches, Roger Darby, Emilio Herbolzheimer and Christine van Winkelen. HWP 0807, Working Paper Series, Henley Management College
Facilitating the handover of knowledge, C van Winkelen and R McDermott. KM Review 11(2) May/June 2008 pp 24-27
Challenges facing KM in modern business, Jane McKenzie, Knowledge Board, March 2008
Integrating individual and organisational learning initiatives: working across knowledge management and human resource management functional boundaries, C van Winkelen and J McKenzie. Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management 2007 5(4) Barcelona Special Issue pp527-538
Mapping your organization's KM "journey, C van Winkelen KM Review 10(5) Nov/Dec 2007 pp8-9
Using Social Software to Improve Collaboration, Judy Payne, KM Review 10(5) Nov/Dec 2007 pp24-29
Integrating business learning strategies, C van Winkelen, KM Review 10(4) Sept / Oct 2007pp16-21
Encouraging "Intelligent" Document Management, Van Winkelen, C.Silburn, N.Sinclair-Thomson A. KM Review 9(6) Jan/Feb 2007pp10-15
Network or Community? Establishing criteria to distinguish an inter-organisational community of practice from a network, C van Winkelen Henley Working Paper, 2006 HWP 0605
Creating successful partnerships: the importance of knowledge sharing, McKenzie J, van Winkelen C. Journal of General Management 31(4) Summer 2006, 45-61
Connecting individual, departmental and inter-organizational knowledge, Christine van Winkelen KM Review May/June 20069(2) p3
The many faces of knowledge leadership, C van Winkelen, KM Review March/April 2006, 9(1) 24-27
The Human Face of Knowledge Management, Special Issue of Organisations and People, Feb 2006 Ed. Christine van Winkelen and Jane McKenzie
How businesses can work together, J McKenzie, KM Review 2005, Nov/Dec 8(5) 16-19
Embedding communities in turbulent times, C van Winkelen, E Truch. KM Review 20047(2) 14-17
Five keys to better virtual collaboration, J McKenzie, R Potter. KM Review 20047(1) 8-9
Which KM Strategy is right for your project?, J Payne, T Sheehan KM Review 2003, 6(5) 24-27
Knowledge alignment improves bottom line, E Truch, Knowledge Management, June 2002, p12
Is there a gap between the provision and the adoption of technology to support effective KM? C van Winkelen, S Manwani, R Potter. International Journal of Management Literature 2002 2(3&4) 211-224
Winning commitment for knowledge management initiatives", J McKenzie, A Truch, C van Winkelen. Journal of Change Management, 2001, 2(2) 115-127
Academic conference papers
Bartunek J and McKenzie J 2018: What relevant teaching might really mean. Key Note at AOM teaching and Learning conference Chicago August and at BAM Bristol September
McKenzie J., van Winkelen, C. & Bartunek J. 2014: Elaborating from Practice on the Theoretical Model of Engaged Scholarship. Academy of Management Philadelphia 1-5 August. Winner of the Rupe Chisolm Practical Theory award.
McKenzie J, & van Winkelen, C. 2014: It’s About Time! How Conceptualisations of Time Affect Intellectual Capital (IC) and Knowledge Work. ICICKM conference 5th 6th November, Sydney Australia.
Van Winkelen C. & McKenzie J. 2013: From KM Evaluation to Developing Evaluative Capability For Learning ECKM. Vilnius, 4-6 September.
McKenzie J., van Winkelen C., & Aitken P. 2012: Developing Effective Change Leadership to Build the Knowledgeable Organisation: A Paradoxical Foundation. ECKM Cartagena 6 & 7h September.
van Winkelen C. & McKenzie J. 2012: An Exploration of Epistemic Culture as a Barrier to Knowledge Flows. ECKM Cartagena 6 & 7 September.
van Winkelen C. & McKenzie J. 2011: A Joined Up Performance: An Investigation Into Human Capital Management and The Ambidextrous Organisation. British Academy of Management Birmingham 13 -15 September.
An IC-based conceptual framework for developing organizational decision making capability, Christine van Winkelen, Jane McKenzie Proceedings of the 2nd European Conference on Intellectual Capital, Lisbon, 29/30 March 2010, pp592-599
Beyond words: Visual presentation as a generative process for understanding KM, Jane McKenzie, Christine van Winkelen Proceedings of the 2nd European Conference on Intellectual Capital, Lisbon, 29/30 March 2010, 430-439
Using scenarios to explore the potential for shifts in the relative priority of human, structural and relational capital in generating value, Christine van Winkelen, Jane McKenzie European Conference on Intellectual Capital, Haarlem, The Netherlands 28/29 April 2009, Proceedings published by Academic Conferences International, pp 501-508
Exploring relevance: A case study of an interactive research method within the context of an inter-organisational community of practice, Christine van Winkelen, David Birchall, Jane McKenzie. British Academy of Management Conference, 9-11 Sept 2008, Harrogate, UK
KM for a changing world? Considering the challenges for third generation knowledge practice, J McKenzie and C van Winkelen. Eighth International Conference on Knowledge, Culture and Change in Organisations, Cambridge University, 5-8 August 2008
Integrating individual and organisational learning initiatives: working across knowledge management and human resource management functional boundaries, C van Winkelen and J McKenzie. European Conference on Knowledge Management, Barcelona, 6-7 Sept 2007
Individuals, Organizations and Networks: An integrated framework to guide knowledge management, J McKenzie and C van Winkelen. Academy of Management Conference, Hawaii, 5-10 August 2005
Opening Minds to the Value of Knowledge Management, C van Winkelen and J McKenzie. ECLO Conference, 23/24 May 2005, Birmingham
Cross-cultural context in the implementation of knowledge management: A cross-cultural case study analysis, R Darby, E Herbolzheimer, C van Winkelen. 5th European Conference on KM, Paris, 30 Sept 04-1 Oct 04
An assessment of the application of interactive research design principles to a multi-organization case example, C van Winkelen, E Truch. European Conference on Research Methodology for Business and Management Studies.Reading April 2002
Knowledge Sharing 2.0 and the social media genie (PDF-993 KB), Christine Van Winkelen, Visiting Academic Fellow, Henley Business School Jane McKenzie, Professor of Management Knowledge and Learning, Henley Business School
'An investigation into human capital management and the ambidextrous organisation' (PDF-1.1 MB) , Christine Van Winkelen, Visiting Academic Fellow, Henley Business School Jane McKenzie, Professor of Management Knowledge and Learning, Henley Business School
Books and book chapters
Bartunek, J. M., & McKenzie, J. (2018). Academic-practitioner relationships: Developments, complexities and opportunities. Abingdon: Routledge.
Cheuk, B. & McKenzie, J. 2018. Developing the practice of online leadership: Lessons from the field. Online collaboration and communication in contemporary organizations. IGI Global.
Zhang Y., Zhou Y., & McKenzie J. 2013: A humanistic approach to knowledge-creation: People-centric innovation. In Towards Organizational Knowledge, pp167-189. London, Palgrave Macmillan.
Sustaining the interaction: The Henley Forum for Organisational Learning and Knowledge Strategies, Jane McKenzie and Christine van Winkelen, p291-311 in Academic-Practitioner Relationships: Developments, Complexities and Opportunities, edited by J. M. Bartunek and J. McKenzie, Published by Routledge, 2017
Knowledge Works: The Handbook of Practical Ways to Identify and Solve Common Organizational Problems for Better Performance, Christine van Winkelen and Jane McKenzie, Wiley & Sons Ltd, April 2011
Knowledge Management for a Changing World, J McKenzie and C van Winkelen, pages 9-28 in, Training the Next Generation of Knowledge Workers: Readings for Effective Secondary Education and Workplace Learning Practices, Edited by J. H. Westover, Published by Common Ground, a series imprint of The University Press, Australia, 2010
An integrated approach to enabling more effective knowledge flows in organisations, C van Winkelen, J McKenzie Knowledge Board: Hands-on Knowledge Co-Creation and Sharing: Practical Methods and Techniques. May 2007
Understanding the Knowledgeable Organization: Nurturing Knowledge Competence, J McKenzie and C van Winkelen. Published by Thomson Learning in the UK and US, 2004.
Leveraging Corporate Knowledge, Edited by Edward Truch Gower, 2004 (Collation of 15 KM related articles, including 13 based on KM Forum projects).
Knowledge Management for a Changing World, J McKenzie and C van Winkelen, pages 9-28 in, Training the Next Generation of Knowledge Workers:
Knowledge Works: The Handbook of Practical Ways to Identify and Solve Common Organizational Problems for Better Performance
Knowledge Works: The Handbook of Practical Ways to Identify and Solve Common Organizational Problems for Better Performance, Wiley & Sons Ltd, April 2011