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Bond P. L. (2009) Toward a living systems framework for unifying technology and knowledge management, organizational, cultural and economic change. In: Harorimana D. (ed.) Cultural implications of knowledge sharing, management and transfer: Identifying competitive advantage. IGI Global, Hershey PA: 108–132. Fulltext at http://cepa.info/417
New forms of explanation for organization and culture are developed from a foundation of Maturana and Varela’s biology of cognition to produce a synthesis of knowledge management and new philosophical, sociological, anthropological, and, distinctively, biological perspectives on technology. This effectively reconciles the practices of technology, knowledge, and cultural change management. The biology of cognition is proposed as an appropriate foundation for a new scientific paradigm able to reconcile the social and natural sciences.
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