Encyclopedia of Knowledge Management

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Schwartz, David
Idea Group Inc (IGI), Sep 30, 2005 - Education - 902 pages
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The Encyclopedia of Knowledge Management is the most comprehensive source of coverage related to the past, present, and emerging directions of knowledge management.

The Encyclopedia of Knowledge Management provides a broad basis for understanding the issues, technologies, theories, applications, opportunities, and challenges being faced by researchers and organizations today in their quest for knowledge management. Over 170 contributors from 23 countries have conferred their expertise to this publication, and with 940 definitions and more than 3,600 references, this encyclopedia is the single source for reliable and modern-day research in the field of knowledge management.

 

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Contents

AntiFoundational Knowledge Management
1
Aristotelian View of Knowledge Management
10
Biological and Information Systems Approaches
17
Capability Maturity
24
Communities of Practice
29
Competitive Advantage of Knowledge Management
34
Competitive Intelligence Gathering
44
Computational Experimentation
51
Knowledge Representation
467
Knowledge Representation in Pattern Maangement
478
Knowledge Reuse
487
Knowledge Sharing
493
Knowledge Sharing Barriers
499
Knowledge Sharing Between Individuals
507
Knowledge Sharing in Legal Practice
515
Knowledge Structure and Data Mining Techniques
523

Coopetition
58
Corporate Semantic Webs
67
Creating Knowledge for Business Decision
81
Customer Knowledge Management
90
Data Semantics
97
Description LogicBased Resource Retrieval
105
Dissemination in Portals
115
Distributed Knowledge Management
122
Document Search Practices
130
Domain Ontologies
137
Dynamic Taxonomies
145
ELearning for Knowledge Dissemination
152
Engineering Design Knowledge Management
161
Epistemology and Knowledge Management
166
External and Internal Knowledge in Organizations
173
External Knowledge Integration
180
Extracting Knowledge from Neural Networks
188
Frequent Itemset Mining and Association Rules
197
Healthcare Knowledge Management
204
A Hierarchical Model for Knowledge Management
211
Human Capital in Knowledge Creation Management and Utilization
221
ICT and Knowledge Management Systems
230
Incentive Structures in Knowledge Management
237
Inquiring Organizations
244
Integrated Modeling
251
Integrating Knowledge Management with the Systems Analysis Process
259
Integration of Knowledge Management and ELearning
266
Intellectual Capital
274
Intellectual Capital and Knowledge Management
281
Intelligence and Counterterrorism Tasks
289
Interesting Knowledge Patterns in Databases
296
Intranet and Organizational Learning
305
Knowledge Calibration
311
Knowledge Communication
317
Knowledge Creation
326
Knowledge Flow
336
Knowledge in Innovation Processes
344
Knowledge Integration
352
Knowledge Intermediation
360
Knowledge Management Agents
368
Knowledge Management Governance
373
Knowledge Management in Professional Service Firms
380
Knowledge Management in SafetyCritical Systems Analysis
389
Knowledge Management Ontology
397
Knowledge Management Processes
403
Knowledge Management Software
410
Knowledge Management Strategy Formation
419
Knowledge Management Success Models
429
Knowledge Management System Success Factors
436
Knowledge Management Systems
442
Knowledge Organizations
451
Knowledge Producers and Consumers
459
Knowledge Synthesis Framework
530
Knowledge Transfer
538
Knowledge Transfer Between Academia and Industry
544
Knowledge Visualization
551
Learning in Organizations
561
Learning Networks and ServiceOriented Architectures
569
Legal Knowledge Management
578
Logic and Knowledge Bases
583
Mapping Group Knowledge
591
Mathematical Knowledge Management
599
Measuring Knowledge Management Capabilities
605
Measuring Organizational Learning as a Multidimensional Construct
614
Mentoring Knowledge Workers
621
Military Knowledge Management
627
MNE Knowledge Management Across Borders and ICT
635
Mobile Knowledge Management
645
Mobile Technology for Knowledge Management
651
Motivation for Knowledge Work
657
Multidisciplinary Project Teams
665
Musical Metadata and Knowledge Management
672
Narrative
678
ObjectProcess Methodology
683
Ontology
694
Operational Knowledge Management
703
Operational Knowledge Management in the Military
713
Organisational Storytelling
721
Organizational Attention
728
Organizational Communication
734
Organizational Semantic Web
740
Organizational Structure
749
Postmortem Reviews
757
PracticeBased Knowledge Integration
761
RDF and OWL
769
Representation Languages for Narrative Documents
780
Secure Knowledge Discovery in Databases
787
Secure Knowledge Management
795
Sketching in Knowledge Creation and Management
802
Social Capital Knowledge
809
Social Network Analysis
818
A Social Network Perspective on Knowledge Maangement
826
Tacit Knowledge Sharing
833
TaskBased Knowledge Management
840
Taxonomies of Knowledge
848
Theoretical and Practical Aspects of Knowledge Management
855
Understanding Innovation Processes
862
Understanding Organizational Memory
870
VirtueNets
876
Work and Knowledge
884
Workflow Systems and Knowledge Management
892
Index of Key Terms
899
Index
907
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About the author (2005)

Dr. David Schwartz’s career spans both academia and business. Since 1998 he has served as Editor of the journal Internet Research. David’s research has appeared in publications such as IEEE Intelligent Systems, International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, IEEE Transactions on Professional Communications, Information Systems, Knowledge Management Research & Practice, and the Journal of Organizational Behavior. His books include Cooperating Heterogeneous Systems, Internet-Based Knowledge Management and Organizational Memory, and the Encyclopedia of Knowledge Management. He has been a visiting scholar at Columbia University, Department of Biomedical Informatics and Monash University, Faculty of Information Technology. David’s main research interests are Knowledge Management, Ontology, Internet-based Systems, and Computer-mediated Communications. He serves as a board member of Psagot Investment House, Cham Foods Ltd. (TASE), and Copernic (NASDAQ: CNIC). David received his Ph.D. from Case Western Reserve University; MBA from McMaster University; and B.Sc. from the University of Toronto. [Editor]

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