Knowledge Management and Business Model Innovation (Google eBook)

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Yogesh Malhotra
Idea Group Inc (IGI), Jan 1, 2001 - Business & Economics - 453 pages
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We are living in interesting times characterized by increasing digitalization of business enterprises in a global interconnected knowledge economy. With waning euphoria about the first wave of digital e-business enterprises and a sobering dot-com stock market, business model innovation is being recognized as the key enabler that can unleash value creation for new digital enterprises. In contrast to traditional factors of production, knowledge assets and intellectual capital are expected to play a dominant role in determining both valuation and value-creation capabilities of most new age enterprises. Not surprisingly, Knowledge Management for Business Model Innovation is anticipated to be the mantra for survival, competence and success of Net enterprises as well as traditional brick-and-mortar enterprises faced with the challenge of transforming their business models into and beyond click-and-mortar companies.
  

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Contents

Chapter II
16
Chapter III
37
Chapter IV
60
Chapter V
77
Chapter VI
95
Cases Technologies and Opportunities
135
Chapter IX
153
Chapter X
166
Chapter XVII
298
G Strategies for Healthcare Information SystemsRobert Stcgwee Ernst Young and
314
Chapter XVIII
316
Organizational Behavioral and Technological Aspects
325
Chapter XX
337
G Information Technology Evaluation Methods and Management Wim Van Grembergen
374
Chapter XXII
384
Chapter XXIII
402

Chapter XI
183
Chapter XII
198
Chapter XIII
216
Valuation of Knowledge
231
Chapter XV
250
Chapter XVI
267
Chapter XXIV
414
Chapter XXV
426
About the Authors
442
Index
450
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Page 8 - Knowledge management technologies can deliver the 'right information ' to the 'right person ' at the 'right time. ' This idea applies to an outdated business model. Information systems in the old industrial model mirror the notion that businesses will change incrementally in an inherently stable market, and executives can foresee change by examining the past.
Page 9 - Knowledge Management caters to the critical issues of organizational adaptation, survival and competence in face of increasingly discontinuous environmental change. . . . Essentially, it embodies organizational processes that seek synergistic combination of data and information processing capacity of information technologies, and the creative and innovative capacity of human beings.

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