Knowledge - Sensemaking and knowledge generation in a complex world: Knowledge Management revisited

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GRIN Verlag, Mar 26, 2010 - Business & Economics - 12 pages
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Scientific Essay from the year 1998 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, The Open University (Open University Business School), course: Managing Knowledge, language: English, abstract: In order to facilitate the knowledge gathering in that team environment, it needs to be put more focus onto supporting technologies. Here, one technology alone does not work to get across the entire sensemaking circle with its components information gathering, analysis, synthesis, information sharing and reuse. A good mix and match from a cost-benefit situation is e-mail and/or Lotus Notes together with telephone conferences. Anyway, in order to understand each other’s roles and responsibilities and to facilitate the social context-stting that typically goes away with locally dispersion, an initial or timely recurring face-to-face meeting is of high value-add.
 

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CEO and Managing Partner, vonGammCom Global Institute for Change Dr. Christoph von Gamm is working as Enterpreneur, Investor and Business Angel in the intersection between business, culture and technology. He is recognised as an innovative, entrepreneurial and strategy driven senior business development and operational leader with over 20 years of global and pan-European experience that includes successfully turning around performance of large organisations, establishing key functions from scratch, and pioneering major global outsourcing initiatives. Track record transforming country teams into integrated global matrix units and closing high profile, multi-million dollar deals. Demonstrated ability to identify and win major new business from blue chip clients. Possess polished interpersonal skills to develop and maintain profitable client relationships, favourably influence key stakeholders and build and manage high performance teams of up to 500 personnel. Created vast network with extensive experience abroad in Switzerland, France, UK and USA.

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