Optimal Knowledge Management: Wisdom Management Systems Concepts and Applications: Wisdom Management Systems Concepts and Applications

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Thierauf, Robert
Idea Group Inc (IGI), May 31, 2006 - Business & Economics - 286 pages
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Managerial and information systems professionals and consultants are interested in any new system that will help make their jobs easier as well as facilitate the needs of their customers. Optimal Knowledge Management: Wisdom Management Systems Concepts and Applications focuses on the essentials of knowledge management, business intelligence, and smart business systems.

This publication highlights the shortcomings of past information systems and what can be gained from implementation of the newer systems not only for the company, but also its customers, trading partners, employees, financial institutions, as well as other interested parties. This book takes an innovative and dramatic approach to the development and implementation of information systems. Not only does Optimal Knowledge Management: Wisdom Management Systems Concepts and Applications explore a holistic approach to exploring an organization's opportunities and solving its problems, it also highlights connecting points of wisdom.

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Robert J. Thierauf, Ph.D., C.P.A., Professor Emeritus, Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio. He taught at Xavier University for 30 plus years and also served as Chair of the Management and Information Systems Department for thirteen years. Formerly, served as a staff Auditor and Consultant with PriceWaterhouseCoopers for six years. While at Xavier University, Dr. Thierauf extensively published in the areas of Information Systems, Management, and Operations Systems with 33 books published to date with many having been translated for foreign publication.

James J. Hoctor, M.B.A., C.P.A., is Manager of Information Systems for The Kroger Company, Corporate Headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio. Having worked through various levels within the organization, he has gained extensive experience in the Finance and Information Systems areas. Currently, he is working to develop newer approaches to Procurement, having already helped to develop a Real-Time distribution solution. Coauthored with Dr Thierauf on his most recent publication. [Editor]

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