Strategies for Knowledge Management Success: Exploring Organizational Efficacy: Exploring Organizational Efficacy

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Jennex, Murray E.
IGI Global, Aug 31, 2010 - Business & Economics - 350 pages

Knowledge management captures the right knowledge, to the right user, who in turn uses the knowledge to improve organizational or individual performance to increase effectiveness.

Strategies for Knowledge Management Success: Exploring Organizational Efficacy collects and presents key research articles focused on identifying, defining, and measuring accomplishment in knowledge management. A significant collection of the latest international findings within the field, this book provides a strong reference for students, researchers, and practitioners involved with organizational knowledge management.

 

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Contents

Towards a ConsensusKnowledge ManagementSuccess Definition
1
A Model of KnowledgeManagement Success
14
Survey in Medium and LargeBrazilian Industrial Firms
32
Does KM Governance KM Success?Insights from a Global KM Survey
51
An Evaluation of Factorsthat Influence the Successof Knowledge ManagementPractices in US Federal Agencies
74
Process Model for KnowledgePotential Measurement in SMEs
91
A Capability Perspective
128
Refining and CrossValidating theKnowledge Management IndexKMI using Structural EquationModeling SEM Techniques
150
The Effect of OrganizationalTrust on the Successof Codification andPersonalization KM Approaches
192
Advancing the Success ofCollaboration CenteredKM Strategy
213
Towards Conceptual andEmpirical Evidence
238
Strategies for SuccessfulImplementation of KM ina University Setting
262
Proactive Knowledge Supply
277
Compilation of References
288
About the Contributors
317
Copyright

A Relational BasedViewof Intellectual Capitalin HighTech Firms
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Murray E. Jennex is an associate professor at San Diego State University, Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Knowledge Management, Editor-in-Chief of IGI Global book series, Co-Editor in Chief of the International Journal of Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management, and President of the Foundation for Knowledge Management (LLC). Dr. Jennex specializes in knowledge management, system analysis and design, IS security, e-commerce, and organizational effectiveness. Dr. Jennex serves as the Knowledge Management Systems Track Co-Chair at the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. He is the author of over 100 journal articles, book chapters, and conference proceedings on knowledge management, end user computing, international information systems, organizational memory systems, ecommerce, security, and software outsourcing. He holds a BA in chemistry and physics from William Jewell College, a MBA and a MS in software engineering from National University, and a MS in telecommunications management and a PhD in information systems from the Claremont Graduate University. Dr. Jennex is also a registered professional mechanical engineer in the state of California and a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). [Editor]

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