Knowledge Management and Virtual Organizations
Idea Group Inc (IGI), Jan 1, 2000 - Computers - 390 pages
Based on the completion of the latest knowledge, research and practices, Knowledge Management and Virtual Organizations synthesizes the latest thinking in knowledge management with the design of information technology and the Internet-enabled new organization forms. The major emphasis of this exciting book is on knowledge management, virtual organizations and teams, and success factors for knowledge management and virtual organizations.
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The KnowledgeBased View KBV of the Virtual Web the Virtual Corporation and the NetBroker
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Interorganizational Knowledge Management Some Perspectives for Knowledge Oriented Strategic Management in Virtual Organizations
Computer Mediated Interorganizational Knowledge Sharing Insights from a Virtual Team Innovating Using a Collaborative Tool
The Glue That Binds Creative Virtual Teams
Using Patterns to Capture Tacit Knowledge and Enhance Knowledge Transfer in Virtual Teams
Managing Knowledge for Strategic Advantage in the Virtual Organisation
Role of Organizational Controls in Knowledge Management Is Knowledge Management Really an Oxymoron?
Beyond Customer Knowledge Management Customers as Knowledge CoCreators
Knowledge Management The Second Generation Creating Competencies Within and Between Work Communities in the Competence Laboratory
Success Factors in Leveraging the Corporate Information and Knowledge Resource Through Intranets
Creating KnowledgeBased Communities of Practice Lessons Learned from AMSs Knowledge Management Initiatives
Knowledge Acquisition and Management Perspectives Strategic Implications and Extensions to the Virtual Setting
Knowledge Needs of SelfOrganized Systems
Information Quality and Its Interpretative Reconfiguration as a Premise of Knowledge Management in Virtual Organizations
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analysis application behavior best practices Business Networking chapter clients collaboration communities of practice companies competitive advantage concept context cooperation coordination core competencies create creativity culture customer knowledge cycle databases Davenport Deutsche Telekom discussion documents electronic environment experience expert systems explicit knowledge external firm firm's framework Harvard Business Harvard Business School identify implementation individual information systems information technology innovation integrated interaction internal interorganizational intranet involves Journal knowledge acquisition knowledge bases Knowledge Centers knowledge creation knowledge sharing knowledge transfer knowledge-based learning leverage Malhotra ment net-broker Nonaka object operators organizational organizational learning participants partners pattern languages patterns performance perspective phase potential problems reengineering relationships relevant role social solutions specific Strategic Management structure tacit knowledge task team members theory tion transformation trust University users virtual communities virtual corporation virtual organizations virtual teams
Page ix - Most of the authors of chapters included in this book also served as referees for papers written by other authors.
Page 7 - Expert systems can deliver the right information to the right person at the right time if it is known in advance what the right information is, who the right person to use or apply that information would be, and, what would be the right time when that specific information would be needed.