Knowledge Management: An Evolutionary View
M.E. Sharpe, Jan 1, 2008 - Business & Economics - 330 pages
This book serves as a complete introduction to the subject of Knowledge Management (KM), and incorporates technical as well as social aspects, concepts as well as practical examples, and traditional KM approaches as well as emerging topics. Knowledge Management: Systems and Processes enhances the conventional exposition of KM with an in-depth discussion of the technologies used to facilitate the management of knowledge in large and small organizations. This includes a complete description of the theory and applications of the various techniques and technologies currently in use to manage organizational knowledge. The discussion of technology is at a level appropriate for the typical business administration graduate student or corporate manager. Special features:* Includes case studies of actual implementations of KM systems, including details such as system architecture * Contains numerous vignettes describing practical applications of KM initiatives at leading firms and governmental organizations * Provides a balanced view of knowledge management, while incorporating benefits and controversial issues, and both technology and social aspects * Extremely current, making extensive use of latest developments in, and examples from, the field of KM * Written by two proficient and recognized researchers in the field of KM.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
PART IA CONCEPTUAL LENS FOR KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
PART II THE ROLE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
PART III THE ROLE OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS IN THE ORGANIZATION
PART IV KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT AND TEAMS WITHIN AND ACROSS ORGANIZATIONS
Other editions - View all
Academy of Management activities analysis Becerra-Fernandez behavior business strategy central chapter collaboration communities of practice competence context contribute create decision DeSanctis distributed teams documents DTMS dynamic e-mail EKNs electronic enable examined experience experience economy expertise location explicit knowledge firm focus focused impact implementation individual influence Information Systems Research information technology innovation integration interactions International interorganizational Jarvenpaa Journal of Management KM systems KMMM knowledge creation knowledge management systems knowledge repositories knowledge sharing knowledge sharing effectiveness knowledge sharing relationships knowledge transfer Majchrzak Management Information Systems Management Journal MIS Quarterly MYCIN Nonaka Organization Science organization’s organizational culture organizational learning organizational memory Orlikowski participation perceived performance perspective project management reuse role Sabherwal sales representatives share knowledge social network suggests tacit knowledge task analyzability team members theory tion users virtual communities virtual workspaces