Knowledge and Business Process Management

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Hlupic, Vlatka
Idea Group Inc (IGI), Jul 1, 2002 - Computers - 308 pages
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In today's competitive and global business environments' knowledge is recognized as one of the most important strategic assets for modern organizations. In the light of this, knowledge management (KM) continues to receive much attention both from the academic and business communities. With improvements in IT-based systems for handling knowledge, KM is becoming an essential theme of research into business success as well as a subject of new business initiatives. Knowledge and Business Process Management provides a unique and timely compilation of multi-disciplinary views related to knowledge and business process management.


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Knowledge Economy An Overview
Simulation Modelling The Link Between Change Management Approaches
Intelligent Agents for Knowledge Management in ECommerce Opportunities and Challenges
Knowledge Management Analysis and Some Consequences
Practical Aspects of Knowledge and Business Process Management
Knowledge Management in Action The Experience of Infosys Technologies
The Learning Enactment of Process Knowledge An Approach Anchored on Work Practices
Bridging the Gap from the General to the Specific by Linking Knowledge Management to Business Processes
People and Technology Current Trends in Knowledge and Business Process Management
Managing Knowledge in a Collaborative Context How May Intellectual Resources Be Harnessed Towards Joint Effect?
Technical Aspects of Knowledge Management A Methodology for Commercial Knowledge Management Tool Selection
A Framework for Managing Knowledge in Requirements Identification Bridging the Knowledge Gap Between Busienss and System Develops
The Impact of the Knowledge Economy on Leadership in Organisations
The Role of Teams in Business Process Change
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Vlatka Hlupic received a Dipl.Econ. and an M.Sc. in Information Systems from the University of Zagreb, and a Ph.D. in Information Systems at the London School of Economics, UK as well as a CEng from the UK Engineering Council and Eur Ing from the European Federation of National Engineering Associations. She is a senior lecturer at Brunel University, at the Department of Information Systems and Computing, and a director of the REBUS (REengineering BUSiness Processes) research centre. Dr. Hlupic has published over 100 papers in journals, books and conference proceedings, mainly in the area of knowledge management, business process change and simulation modelling. As an European Engineer and Chartered Engineer, she acts as a consultant for a variety of service and manufacturing companies, as well as having managed various research projects. [Editor]

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