Optimal knowledge management: wisdom management systems concepts and applications

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Idea Group Pub., May 5, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 286 pages
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Contents

Introduction to Optimal KMWM Systems
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Creative Thinking and Problem Finding Underlie Optimal
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Chapter III
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About the author (2006)

ROBERT J. THIERAUF is Professor Emeritus of Information Systems at Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio. Previously a staff accountant and consultant at the then Coopers & Lybrand, he has written extensively on all facets of information systems, with particular attention to knowledgment management, online analytical processing, decision support, virtual reality, and other systems--most of which are explored in Dr. Thierauf's 13 previous Quorum books.

JAMES J. HOCTOR is an Information Systems Manager at the Cincinnati headquarters of Kroger Company and Adjunct Professor of Information Systems at Xavier University.

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