Building the Knowledge Society on the Internet: Sharing and Exchanging Knowledge in Networked Environments: Sharing and Exchanging Knowledge in Networked Environments

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Bolisani, Ettore
IGI Global, Jun 30, 2008 - Education - 440 pages
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In today's networked societies, a key factor of the social and economic success is the capability to exchange, transfer, and share knowledge. In the wide-ranging area of knowledge management, the issue of knowledge exchange in networked environments emerges in several application fields, and is treated with different approaches.

Building the Knowledge Society on the Internet: Sharing and Exchanging Knowledge in Networked Environments proposes a vast panorama of research on the topic while presenting a variety of viewpoints, approaches, and indications of the shared elements intended as the foundations of an emerging and fascinating multidisciplinary field.

 

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Contents

Preface
Acknowledgment
Models
Knowledge Sharing Interactive Processes Between Organizational KnowledgeSharing Initiative and Individuals Sharing Practice
The Centrality of Team Leaders in KnowledgeSharing Activities Their Dual Role as Knowledge Processors
Knowledge Sharing in Virtual and Networked Organisations in Different Organisational and National Cultures
Towards an Implicit and Collaborative Evolution of Terminological Ontologies
ComputerMediated Knowledge Sharing
Knowledge Sharing Through Interactive Social Technologies Development of Social Structures in InternetBased Systems Over Time
Information Technology in Times of Crisis Considering Knowledge Management for Disaster Management
Managing KnowledgeBased Complexities Through Combined Uses of Internet Technologies
Leading Firms as Knowledge Gatekeepers in a Networked Environment
The Role of Knowledge Mediators in Virtual Environments
Knowledge Management in Virtual Enterprises Supporting Frameworks and Enabling Web Technologies
Sharing and Protecting Knowledge New Considerations for Digital Environments
Identifying Knowledge Values and Knowledge Sharing Through Linguistic Methods Application to Company Web Pages

Understanding Knowledge Transfer on the Net Useful Lessons from the Knowledge Economy
KnowledgeSharing Motivation in Virtual Communities
Applications
Opportunities and Obstacles to Narrow the Digital Divide Sharing Scientific Knowledge on the Internet
Knowledge Exchange in Electronic Networks of Practice An Examination of Knowledge Types and Knowledge Flows
Compilation of Referen
About the Contributors
Index
Copyright

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Ettore Bolisani received a degree in Electronic Engineering ("Laurea") and a Ph.D. in Innovation Studies at the University of Padua (Italy). He is Associate Professor at the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Padua. Prior to this position, he was Assistant Professor at the University of Trieste (Italy) and, in 1997, research fellow at PREST (University of Manchester - UK), where he conducted a research project funded by the European Commission on the developments of Electronic Commerce. His research centres on technology assessment and technology management, with an emphasis on Information and Communication Technologies. He has worked in several research projects funded by the European Union, by Italian public institutions, and private organisations as well.. His current research interest focuses on the economic implications of Knowledge Management and Electronic Commerce. On such topic he published various articles in international journals and chapters in books and was editor of Special Issues. [Editor]

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