Creating Knowledge Based Organizations

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Jatinder N. D. Gupta, Sushil K. Sharma
Idea Group Inc (IGI), Jan 1, 2004 - Business & Economics - 360 pages
Creating Knowledge Based Organizations brings together high quality concepts closely related to organizational learning, knowledge workers, intellectual capital, virtual teams and will include the methodologies, systems and approaches needed to create and manager knowledge-based organizations of the 21st Century.
 

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Contents

Chapter I An Overview of Knowledge Management
1
Chapter II Information Technology Assessment for Knowledge Management
29
EVOLVING ELECTRONIC MARKETS
45
eMarketplace Model
46
Chapter IV Financial Markets in the Internet Age
80
Chapter V Ability of the Actor Network Theory ANT to Model and Interpret an Electronic Market
109
Chapter VI An Explanatory Approach to the ASP Industry Evolution Where IT Services Move from Pservice to Eservice
127
KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
148
Chapter X Developing and Maintaining Knowledge Management Systems for Dynamic Complex Domains
203
Chapter XI Virtual Communities as Role Models for Organizational Knowledge Management
230
Incorporating Technological Influences in Individual and Organizational Learning Theory
248
Chapter XIII An Investigation to an Enabling Role of Knowledge Management Between Learning Organization and Organizational Learning
278
FUTURE ORGANIZATIONS
298
Chapter XIV 21st Century Organizations and the Basis for Achieving Optimal CrossFunctional Integration in New Product Development
299
Chapter XV Fractal Approach to Managing Intelligent Enterprises
312
About the Authors
349

Chapter VII Management of Knowledge in New Product Development in Portuguese Higher Education
149
Chapter VIII An Interactive System for the Collection and Utilization of Both Tacit and Explicit Knowledge
169
Chapter IX Inducing Enterprise Knowledge Flows
185

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