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Knowledge Management In Theory And Practice

Author : Kimiz Dalkir
ISBN : 9780262036870
Genre : Business & Economics
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Revised edition of the author's Knowledge management in theory and practice, c2011.

Principles Of Knowledge Management Theory Practice And Cases

Author : Eliezer Geisler
ISBN : 9781317415169
Genre : Business & Economics
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This text provides a comprehensive introduction to the new field of knowledge management. It approaches the subject from a management rather than a highly technical point of view, and provides students with a state-of-the-art survey of KM and its implementation in diverse organizations. The text covers the nature of knowledge (tacit and explicit), the origins and units of organizational knowledge, and the evolution of knowledge management in contemporary society. It explores the implementation and utilization of knowledge management systems, and how to measure their impact, outputs, and benefits. The book includes a variety of original case studies that illustrate specific situations in which the absence or existence of knowledge management systems has been crucial to the organization's actions. Charts and figures throughout help clarify more complex phenomena and classifications, and each chapter includes review questions and a comprehensive index.

The Essentials Of Knowledge Management

Author : John S. Edwards
ISBN : 9781137552105
Genre : Computers
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This book reviews the field of Knowledge Management, taking a holistic approach that includes both "soft" and "hard" aspects. It provides a broad perspective on the field, rather than one based on a single viewpoints from Computer Science or Organizational Learning, offering a comprehensive and integrated conception of Knowledge Management. The chapters represent the best Knowledge Management articles published in the 21st century in Knowledge Management Research & Practice and the European Journal of Information Systems, with contributors including Ikujiro Nonaka, Frada Burstein, and David Schwartz. Most of the chapters contribute significantly to practise as well as theory. The OR Essentials series presents a unique cross-section of high quality research work fundamental to understanding contemporary issues and research across a range of Operational Research topics. It brings together some of the best research papers from the highly respected journals of the Operational Research Society, also published by Palgrave Macmillan.

Knowledge Management Systems

Author : Stuart Barnes
ISBN : 1861526164
Genre : Business & Economics
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Knowledge management is becoming more and more important in a changing business climate, as organizations are faced with tremendous competitive pressures. Technological developments such as e-commerce have made company strategies and customer interfacing more visible, so this resource-based view of strategy has become a key issue in gaining differentiation in the eyes of the customer and maintaining competitive advantage. Knowledge management skills and processes are crucial to this, as they leverage a company's renewable, reusable and accumulating assets.This book provides an essential guide to the area of knowledge management, and specifically highlights new developments such as Knowledge Management Systems. Featuring insights and perspectives from contributors from the UK, Europe and the USA, this book presents cutting edge theory and evidence about the use of information technology for the management of organizational knowledge. The book is split into three sections: + Experiences in KMS Practice, featuring practical case studies taken from well-known companies and organizations+ Designing KMS Enterprise Architectures, explaining different structures for integrating and sharing knowledge within an organisation+ Implementing KM Solutions, which demonstrates the fundamental principles to implementing systems, and the hurdles that must be facedThis book covers a fast-growing topic in great depth, and will prove invaluable to students taking Knowledge Management courses on degrees in Business, Management or Information Systems. It is also a useful guide for practitioners contemplating new technological developments in the field

Software Architecture Knowledge Management

Author : Muhammad Ali Babar
ISBN : 9783642023750
Genre : Computers
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A software architecture manifests the major early design decisions, which determine the system’s development, deployment and evolution. Thus, making better architectural decisions is one of the large challenges in software engineering. Software architecture knowledge management is about capturing practical experience and translating it into generalized architectural knowledge, and using this knowledge in the communication with stakeholders during all phases of the software lifecycle. This book presents a concise description of knowledge management in the software architecture discipline. It explains the importance of sound knowledge management practices for improving software architecture processes and products, and makes clear the role of knowledge management in software architecture and software development processes. It presents many approaches that are in use in software companies today, approaches that have been used in other domains, and approaches under development in academia. After an initial introduction by the editors, the contributions are grouped in three parts on "Architecture Knowledge Management", "Strategies and Approaches for Managing Architectural Knowledge", and "Tools and Techniques for Managing Architectural Knowledge". The presentation aims at information technology and software engineering professionals, in particular software architects and software architecture researchers. For the industrial audience, the book gives a broad and concise understanding of the importance of knowledge management for improving software architecture process and building capabilities in designing and evaluating better architectures for their mission- and business-critical systems. For researchers, the book will help to understand the applications of various knowledge management approaches in an industrial setting and to identify research challenges and opportunities.

Knowledge Management Theory And Practice

Author : Douglas Schwartz
ISBN : 1632407825
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Knowledge management is the process of realizing organizational goals by sharing, managing and creating information of an organization. It is a multidisciplinary field with applications in the areas of computer science, business administration, library and information science, etc. Knowledge management strives to facilitate organizational objectives like innovation, knowledge sharing, improved performance, etc. This book is a compilation of chapters that discuss the most vital concepts and emerging trends in this field while also understanding changes that have occurred owing to technological advancement in the last few decades. It also elucidates new techniques and their applications related to the field of knowledge management in a multidisciplinary manner. Those who are looking to gain deeper insights into the subject will be greatly assisted by this book.

Proceedings Of The 14th European Conference On Knowledge Management

Author : Brigita Janiūnaitė
ISBN : 9781909507388
Genre : Information resources management
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The University of Jyvaskyla is proud to welcome the 12th edition of the European Conference in Cyber Warfare to Jyvaskyla. We intend to make this event as enjoyable as possible both on scientific and human aspects. As in previous years, ECCWS will address elements of both theory and practice of all aspects of Information Warfare and Security, and offers an opportunity for academics, practitioners and consultants involved in these areas to come together and exchange ideas. We also wish to attract operational papers dealing with the critical issue that the modern world has to face regarding the evolution of cyberwarfare capabilities development by nation states. The programme for the event promises an extensive range of peer-reviewed papers, networking opportunities and presentations from leaders in the field."

Enterprise Information Portals And Knowledge Management

Author : Joseph M. Firestone
ISBN : 9780750674744
Genre : Business & Economics
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Is the Enterprise Information Portal (EIP) knowledge management's killer app? Leading expert Joseph M. Firestone, the first author to formulate the idea of the Enterprise Knowledge Portal, breaks new ground and looks to the future with a practical, but comprehensive approach to enterprise portals and their relationship to knowledge management. Providing a clear and novel overview, Firestone tackles a wide range of topics ranging from functional EIP applications, estimating costs and benefits of EIPs, variations in EIP technical architecture, the role of intelligent agents, the nature of knowledge management, portal product/solution segmentation, portal product case studies, to the future of the EIP space. 'Enterprise Information Portals and Knowledge Management' is the book on portals you've been waiting for. It is the only book that thoroughly considers, explores, and analyzes: * The EIP orientation, outlook and evolution * A new methodology for estimating EIP benefits and costs * EIP and Enterprise Knowledge Portals (EKP) architecture * The approaching role of software agents in EIPs and EKPs * The current and future contribution of EIP and EKP solutions to Knowledge Management * The role of XML in portal architecture * A comprehensive, multi-dimensional, and forward-looking segmentation of EIP products accompanied by portal product case studies * Where EIP sector companies are headed and the pathways they will follow to get there * Comprehensive approach to enterprise portals and their relationship to knowledge management * Groundbreaking author, Firestone was the first to formulate the idea of the Enterprise Knowledge Portal * Tackles a wide range of topics from functional EIP applications, estimating costs and benefits of EIPs, variations in EIP technical architecture, the role of intelligent agents, the nature of knowledge management, portal product/solution segmentation, portal product case studies, to the future of the EIP space

Rethinking Knowledge Management

Author : Claire R. McInerney
ISBN : 9783540710110
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This book readdresses fundamental issues in knowledge management, leading to a new area of study: knowledge processes. McInerney’s and Day’s superb authors from various disciplines offer new and exciting views on knowledge acquisition, generation, sharing and management in a post-industrial environment. Their contributions discuss problems of knowledge acquisition, handling, and learning from a variety of perspectives.

Dynamic Intellectual Capital

Author : Pirjo Ståhle
ISBN : 9510252867
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