Organizational Learning and Knowledge: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications (Google eBook)

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Management Association, Information Resources
IGI Global, Jul 31, 2011 - Business & Economics - 3164 pages
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The impact that information technology has on collective knowledge, the lifeblood of any organization, is still being fully realized and understood.

Organizational Learning and Knowledge: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications demonstrates exhaustively the many applications, issues, and techniques applied to the science of recording, categorizing, using and learning from the experiences and expertise acquired by the modern organization. A much needed collection, this multi-volume reference presents the theoretical foundations, research results, practical case studies, and future trends to both inform the decisions facing today's organizations and the establish fruitful organizational practices for the future. Practitioners, researchers, and academics involved in leading organizations of all types will find useful, grounded resources for navigating the ever-changing organizational landscape.

  

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Contents

Developing an Integrated Model for Understanding Knowledge Management Practices in an Arab Country
1633
Section 5
1655
Knowledge for Communicating Knowledge
1656
Human Factors in Knowledge Management
1666
Causal Relationship among Perceived Organizational Environment Leadership and Organizational Learning in Industrial Workers
1686
Organizational Needs Analysis and Knowledge Management
1694
Personal Knowledge Management Skills in Web 20Based Learning
1702
Impact of Organizational Culture on Knowledge Management in Higher Education
1721

Aligning a KM Strategy and Developing KM Capabilities
136
Sustainable Communities for Knowledge Management Systems in the New Technological Era
157
Adult Learners and Their Development in the Information Society
178
Exploiting KM in Support of Innovation and Change
197
Understanding the Composition of Knowledge Management Capability
208
Change Knowledge Management
227
On Data Mining and Knowledge
241
Knowledge Transfer in ProjectBased Organisations
262
Product Innovation as a Result of Knowledge Development Processes in Organisations
275
Communities of Practice in Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning
288
Faculty Professional Learning
305
Contributions of ECollaborative Knowledge Construction to Professional Learning and Expertise
332
Foundations of CrossCultural Knowledge Management
351
Transnational Knowledge Transfer
375
Video Issues for Knowledge Management
388
Section 2
402
Towards a Consensus Knowledge Management Success Definition
403
Readiness for Knowledge Management Methods and Environments for Innovation
416
Quality and Continuous Improvement in Knowledge Management
431
How Do We Get There?
442
Developing an effective Knowledge Management System
477
Permitting the True Potential of Knowledge Assets to be Utilized with KMI1
495
Toward Building the Knowledge Culture
506
The Knowledge CORE
525
Knowledge Sharing Model of 24Hour Knowledge Factory
540
Process Model for Knowledge Potential Measurement in SMEs
553
A Knowledge Management Model for Patterns
568
Knowledge Patterns
578
A Conceptual Framework for Effective Knowledge Management Using Information and Communication Technologies
587
Key Characteristics Relevant for Selecting Knowledge Management Software Tools
600
Using Soft Systems Methodology to Reveal SocioTechnical Barriers to Knowledge Sharing and Management
623
A Methodology for the Auditing of Technological Knowledge Management
644
C3EEP Typology and Taxonomies
666
Artifacts of Expansive Learning in Designing a WebBased Performance Assessment System
691
Semantic Annotation of Process Models for Facilitating Process Knowledge Management
733
A Novel Practical Triangular Approach to Process Innovation
755
A ReDistributed Knowledge Management Framework in Help Desk
771
Model of a Knowledge Management Support system for Choosing Intellectual Capital Assessment Methods
779
A Knowledge Management Framework to Manage Intellectual Capital for Corporate Sustainability
803
A Model for Knowledge Management and Intellectual Capital Audits
819
Section 3
836
History Evolution and Impact of Digital Libraries
837
Could Web 20 Technologies Support Knowledge Management in Organizations?
867
DeLone McLean IS Success Model in Evaluating Knowledge Transfer in a Virtual Learning Environment
881
A Specialized Evaluation and Comparison of Sample Data Mining Software
894
Data Mining and the Project Management Environment
912
Utilisation of Expert Online Retrieval Tools
933
Case Studies of Creating Reusable Inter Professional ELearning Objects
951
Reusable Learning Objects in Health Care Education
966
Achieving Interprofessional Health Education Through the Use of EResources
982
Integrating Telehealth into the Organizations Work System
996
Designing EMail for Knowledge Management in Distributed Organizations
1030
ICT and Web 20 Technologies as a Determinant of Business Performance
1042
Managing Requirements Elicitation Knowledge using a Spatial Hypertext Wiki
1061
Multiagent System for Supporting the Knowledge Management in the Software Process
1078
RDF and OWL for Knowledge Management
1096
The Use of Web 20 and Social Software in Support of Professional Learning Communities
1115
Using Wikis in Teacher Education
1126
Wikis for Collaboration and Knowledge Management
1138
Telementoring and Virtual Professional Development
1158
Customers Knowledge and Relational Marketing
1177
Knowledge Management under Coopetition
1192
Mobilizing Knowledge in the UK Public Sector
1206
Critical Success Factors in the Development of FolksonomyBased Knowledge Management Tools
1224
Industrialisation of the Knowledge Work
1234
Section 4
1251
SMEs and Competitive Advantage
1252
Reflective Practice Professional Learning and Educational Partnerships Effecting Change in Classroom Settings
1266
Exploring Interprofessional Educational Possibilities
1282
Teacher Professional Development through Knowledge Management in Educational Organisations
1297
Key Considerations for the Adoption and Implementation of Knowledge Management in Healthcare Operations1
1316
A Case Study Exploring a MultiDisciplinary Collaborative Initiative to Use ELearning to Meet the Professional Learning Needs of Health and Social ...
1329
Deploying Knowledge Management in RD Workspaces
1344
Collaborative Knowledge Management in the Call Center
1366
Knowledge Management in Charities
1381
An Evaluation of Factors that Influence the Success of Knowledge Management Practices in US Federal Agencies
1390
Knowledge Management and Intelligence Work
1406
The Green Bay Chamber of Commerce
1418
A CrossNational Comparison of Knowledge Management Practices
1448
Knowledge Management Solution to Challenges of Higher Education in South Africa
1460
CulturallyBound Innovation in Romanian Teaching and Research Hospitals
1476
Factors Affecting Knowledge Sharing Practice in Malaysia
1487
Investigating the Effect of Color on Memorization and Trust in ELearning
1501
Knowledge Creation and Sharing in Japanese Organisations
1528
Knowledge Creation and Sharing in the Malaysian Housebuilding Industry
1544
Knowledge Management and Entrepreneurship Cases in India
1560
Knowledge Management Practices in Brazilian Software Organizations
1582
Meeting Czech Knowledge Management Challenges HeadOn
1596
Connected Learning in an Australian Technology Program
1623
Managing Knowledge for Enhancing the Participants through Organizational Learning and Leadership
1749
Individual Learning and Emotional Characteristics in Webbased Communities of Practice
1760
Personal Knowledge Management by the Knowledge Citizen
1774
Renewal and Personal Mastery in KnowledgeBased Organisations
1784
ProblemSolving Style Problem Complexity and Knowledge Generation
1804
PLE
1835
Teams of Leaders Concept ToL and EBusiness Operations
1855
Communities of Practice as Work Teams to Knowledge Management
1871
Motivation in Collaborative Knowledge Creation
1885
The Effect of Organizational Trust on the Success of Codification and Personalization KM approaches
1901
Organizational Learning Facilitation with Intranet 20
1922
Knowledge Management for Electric Power Utility Companies
1932
Knowledge Management for Hybrid Learning
1956
Knowledge Management in Construction Projects
1981
Formative Assessment and Certification in Lifelong Learning with Cognitive and Metacognitive Measurements
2008
Doctors Using Patient Feedback to Establish Professional Learning Goals
2025
Section 6
2037
Leading in a Knowledge Era
2038
Creating and Delivering a Successful Knowledge Management Strategy
2056
Governance of Knowledge Management
2072
Governance and Leadership of Knowledge Management
2085
Strategic Alliances and Knowledge Management Strategies
2101
Managing Corporate Responsibility to Foster Intangibles
2122
Protecting Knowledge Assets
2151
Managing Intellectual Assets in Small KnowledgeIntensive Organizations
2158
The Project Manager in the Theatre of Consciousness
2181
Virtual Organizing Professional Learning Communities through a ServantLeader Model of Appreciative Coaching
2193
Knowledge Management and the Links to Human Capital Management
2217
Reorganizing People in Customer Knowledge Management Change
2230
Knowledge Management under Institutional Pressures
2244
Knowledge Cultures Competitive Advantage and Staff Turnover in Hospitality in Australias Northern Territory
2264
Knowledge Management Practices in Temporal KnowledgeIntensive Organizations
2291
Knowledge Economy for Innovating Organizations1
2298
Knowledge Flow Networks and Communities of Practice In Business Process Management
2310
Supporting Communities of Practice by Advancing Knowledge Management
2329
Linking Exploration and Exploitation Capabilities with the Process of Knowledge Development and with Organizational Facilitators1
2346
The Impact of Leadership Style on Knowledge Sharing Intentions in China
2367
The Implications of the Development and Implementation of CRM for Knowledge Management
2393
Informal SelfRegulated Learning in Corporate Organizations
2408
CrossCultural Knowledge Management Practices to Support Offshore Outsourcing
2424
Intellectual Capital Components Measurement and Management
2436
Section 7
2473
Knowledge Culture and Cultural Impact on Knowledge Management
2474
Toward a Living Systems Framework for Unifying Technology and Knowledge Management Organizational Cultural and Economic Change
2486
Global Knowledge Management in Humanist Perspective
2511
Knowledge Management and Democracy
2529
Examining the Varying Influence of Social and Technological Aspects on Adoption and Usage of Knowledge Management Systems
2547
Towards Understanding the Successful Adoption of BlogBased Knowledge Management Systems
2563
A Survey of Epistemology and its Implications on an Organisational Information and Knowledge Management Model
2573
What Does Knowledge Have to do with Ethics?
2604
The Emerging Ethics of Knowledge Sharing
2614
Conceptual Levels of Information Processing and Information Interpretation in Knowledge Management
2631
Conceptual Theory
2643
Knowledge Capture in EServices Development
2665
Knowledge Assets ENetworks and Trust
2681
From Information Literacy to Scholarly Identity
2693
Operationalizing Knowledge Sharing for Informers1
2711
The Interactive Relationship between Corporate Cultures Leadership Style and Knowledge Management
2732
Metaphor Use in Knowledge Management
2747
Evaluation of Human Action
2754
The Influence of Emotional Intelligence on Tacit Knowledge Sharing in Service Organizations
2769
The Role of Emotional Capital in Organisational KM
2784
EffortAccuracy TradeOff in Using Knowledge Management Systems
2798
Pedagogical Sustainability of Interoperable Formal and Informal Learning Environments
2823
Section 8
2847
The New Company Water Cooler
2848
Towards The New Episteme
2862
Innovation in New Technology and Knowledge Management
2877
Managing Customer Knowledge with Social Software
2895
The New Generation of Knowledge Management for the Web 20 Age
2903
New Forms of Work in the Light of Globalization in Software Development
2913
Knowledge Cybernetics
2924
Measuring and Managing Intellectual Capital for both Development and Protection
2949
Intellectual Property Protection and Process Modeling in Small Knowledge Intensive Enterprises
2963
Introducing Knowledge Management as Both Desirable and Undesirable Processes
2981
Incorporating Knowledge Management into ECommerce Applications
2990
Transfer Knowledge Using Stories
2998
Knowledge Crash and Knowledge Management
3011
Exploring Paths toward Knowledge Cities Developments
3029
A Social and Technical Investigation of Knowledge Utilization from a Repository Knowledge Management System
3039
The Importance of Process Thinking in Business Intelligence
3057
Mentoring and the Transfer of Organizational Memory within the Context of an Aging Workforce
3076
Knowledge Managements Strategic Dilemmas Typology
3100
Critical Factors for the Creation of Learning Healthcare Organizations
3118
PatternBased Task Management as Means of Organizational Knowledge Maturing
3133
Trends in IntegrationBased Orientation in Academic Libraries
3156
Index
3165
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Information Resources Management Association (IRMA) is a research-based professional organization dedicated to advancing the concepts and practices of information resources management in modern organizations. IRMA's primary purpose is to promote the understanding, development and practice of managing information resources as key enterprise assets among IRM/IT professionals. IRMA brings together researchers, practitioners, academicians, and policy makers in information technology management from over 50 countries. [Editor]

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