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Nory Jones

Nory Jones

(207) 581-1995


University of Maine
308 Donald P. Corbett Business Building
Orono, ME 04469


Ph.D., University of Missouri (2001)

Research interests


Jones, N. and Mahon, J. (2012) “Nimble Knowledge Transfer in High Velocity/Turbulent Environments”, accepted on March 28, 2012 for publication in the Journal of Knowledge Management.

Remidez, H. and Jones, N. (2012) “Developing a Model for Social Media in Project Management Communications”, International Journal of Business and Social Science, Vol. 3 No. 3, pp.

Graham, C. and Jones, N. (2011) “Cognitive Dissonance Theory and Distance Education: Faculty Perceptions on the Efficacy of and Resistance to Distance Education”, International Journal of Business, Humanities and Technology, Vol. 1 No. 3.

Graham, C. and Jones, N. (2011) “Improving Business Performance with Web 2.0 Technologies”, Journal of Business Excellence, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 12-17, 2011.

Jones, N. and Khan, O. (2011) “Collaborative Systems and Internal Marketing Communications in Knowledge Transfer”,  special issue “Collaborative Technologies and Applications” International Journal of Collaborative Enterprise, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 57-74.

Khan, O. and Jones, N. (2011) “Harnessing Tacit Knowledge for Innovation Creation in MNEs: An Internal Social Network Approach”, Journal of International Business and Entrepreneurship Development, Vol. 5, No.3  pp. 232 – 248.

Jones, N., Meadow, C. and Sicilia, M. (2009) “Measuring Intellectual Capital in Higher Education”, Journal of Information and Knowledge Management, Volume: 8, Issue: 2, pp. 113-136, Citations: 2

Jones, N. and Borgman, R. (2007) “An Exploratory Study on Knowledge Sharing, Information Technologies and Firm Performance”, OR Insight Journal, Vol. , No. pp. 10-21, Citations: 2

Jones, N., Golann, B, and Vollmers, G. (2006) “Exploring the Challenges of a Hybrid Distance Course”, Journal of Informatics Education Research, Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 8(3), pp. 59-80, Citations: 1

Colburn, S. and Jones, N. (2006) “Derive the Best Tax Treatment for Computers and Software”, Practical Tax Strategies, 77(4), pp. 216-222.

 “Using Web-Based Technologies in a Graduate Class To Develop an Entrepreneurship Knowledge Portal”, Jones, N., Golann, B. and Vollmers, G. International Journal of Web-Based learning and Teaching Technologies, 1(2), pp. 31-49, 2006, Citations: 1

Jones, N, Provost, D., and Pascale, D. (2006) “Developing a University Research Web-Based Knowledge Portal”, International Journal of Knowledge and Learning (IJKL), 2(1/2), pp. 106-118, Citations: 12

Herschel, R. and Jones, N. (2005) “Knowledge Management & Business Intelligence: The Importance of Integration”, Journal of Knowledge Management, 9 (4), pp. 45-55.

Jones, N. and Kochtanek, T. (2004) “Success Factors in the Implementation of a Collaborative Technology and Resulting Productivity Improvements in a Small Business: An Exploratory Study”, Journal of Organizational and End User Computing, 16(1), pp. 1-20, Citations: 19

 Jones, N., Herschel, R., and Moesel, D. (2003) “Using Knowledge Champions to Facilitate Knowledge Management”, Journal of Knowledge Management, 7(1), pp.49-63, Citations: 49

Jones, N. and Kochtanek, T. (2002) “Consequences of Web-Based Technology Usage”, Online Information Review, 26(4), pp. 256-264, Citations: 9

Jones, N. and Laffey, J. (2001) “The Diffusion of Collaborative Technologies into a College Classroom”, Performance Improvement Quarterly, 13(4), pp. 29-46, pp. 29-46, Citations: 10

Jones, N.B. and Rice, M. (2000) “Can Web-Based Knowledge Sharing Tools Improve the Learning Process in an MBA Consulting Class?, , Technology Horizons in Education, Vol. 27 (8), pp. 100-106 or online at  Citations: 13

Jones, N. and Gibler, K. (1995) “Integrating TQM into Business Schools,” Chronicle of Continuous Quality Improvement, Vol. No pp. .

Gibler, K. and Jones, N. (  ) “Putting TQM To Work For You”, Journal of Property Management.


Faculty adviser to the MBS Corps


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