Innovations of Knowledge Management

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Montano, Bonnie
Idea Group Inc (IGI), Jul 1, 2003 - Computers - 300 pages
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Innovations of Knowledge Management highlights the broad range of topics that fall under the term knowledge management, thus emphasizing the large role knowledge management plays in organizations. As a compilation of some of the most recent work in the field, the included chapters truly present innovations in how organizations can and should manage their knowledge.

 

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Contents

Chapter I The Impact of Informal Networks on Knowledge Management Strateg
1
A Model and Empirical Evidence
22
An Awareness Ontology
51
Tombs or Wellsprings of Knowledge?
69
Chapter V Knowledge Discovery Process and Introduction of Domain Knowledge
86
Chapter VI The Organizational Characteristics of KnowledgeCentricity
99
Section II Knowledge Management Tools
123
Chapter VII Making Knowledge Management System an Effective Tool for Learning and Training
124
A Model and an Evaluation Framework
215
Section III Knowledge Management for Attaining Strategic Advantage
251
A Skills and Competence Portfolio for the Knowledge Worker in SMEs Ana Maria R Correia Universidade Nova de Lisboa Portugal Anabela Sarmen...
252
Chapter XIII The Role of Knowledge Creation in Competitive Advantage
285
Chapter XIV Promoting Organizational Knowledge Sharing
300
Chapter XV Value Creation through Customer Derived Revenue
322
About the Editor
336
About the Authors
337

Chapter VIII Web Service Modeling Framework for the Enhanced Data Warehouse
149
Chapter IX Enterprise Portals and Knowledge Management Processes
175
Chapter X Amalgamating Ontological Modeling with Bluetooth Service Discovery
200

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Dr. Bonnie Rubenstein Montano is an Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems at the McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University. Her current research is in the areas of intelligent decision support, knowledge management, and organizational learning, and she has been published in such journals as Decision Support Systems, European Journal of Operational Research, and IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation. Dr. Rubenstein Montano obtained her Ph.D. in Systems Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania. She has previously held faculty positions at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. [Editor]

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