Stewart Hase is a psychologist with an interest in work, and work and learning.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Theory Y Leadership in the Knowledge Economy: Towards Tackling the Tacit Knowledge Transfer Enigma

This paper proposes a style of leadership that is appropriate to manage knowledge workers and the nature of the new psychological contract between them.

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Knowledge Management and Changing Psychological Contracts

This paper discusses the changing psychological contract at work and its relationship to knowledge management praxis.

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Harvesting People: Toward the Political Economy of a Knowledge Society

The present patenting of “life” and the rush to economically “harvest” people warrants the Knowledge Management discourse to broaden its focus and its time horizons.

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Je Regrette: Towards Marshalling Remorse in Knowledge Transfer

With remuneration packages deliberately focused around an economic-rationalist “brutality,” what discourse allows moments of regret and accommodates the inevitable need for personal accountability?

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Careless Conversations, Costly Mistakes: Coercive Managers and Organisations in the Litigious Spotlight

Careless conversations on the part of managers to each other and to other employees have an enormous human resource cost to organisations and, emotionally, to those involved.

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Learning from Alliances: Knowledge Management or “Ignorance” Management?

These five papers present research on much neglected issues of organizational ignorance, incompetence and failure within Knowledge Management and Knowledge Transfer contexts

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What Impact will the Research Quality Framework have on Knowledge Production and Diffusion in Australia’s New Generation Universities?

The likely impact of Australia’s new research funding model – the Research Quality Framework – on knowledge production and transfer in the country’s New Generation Universities.

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