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Concepts and Advances in Information Knowledge Management
Author : Kelvin Joseph Bwalya,Nathan Mwakoshi Mnjama,Peter Mazebe II Mothataesi Sebina
Publisher : Chandos Publishing
Release Date : 2014-04-11
ISBN 10 : 1780634358
Pages : 300 pages

Effective information and knowledge resource management is a driver of competiveness. Many developing countries have put mechanisms in place that seek to match knowledge-based economies, where information has become the fuel for responsiveness, innovation, and competition. Concepts and Advances in Information Knowledge Management brings out emerging and current discussion from the sub-fields of information management in this environment. This title consists of sections on key aspects of information knowledge management and addresses knowledge management, library studies, archives and records management, and information systems. Presents research aimed at harmonizing theory and practice of general information management paradigms Gives insight into the place of archives, records management, and information technology impacting socio-economic value chains Disseminates theoretical and applied models, and information management system architecture emerging from cloud computing and retrieval systems

Advances in Knowledge Management
Author : Ettore Bolisani,Meliha Handzic
Publisher : Springer
Release Date : 2014-11-12
ISBN 10 : 3319095013
Pages : 219 pages

This book celebrates the past, present and future of knowledge management. It brings a timely review of two decades of the accumulated history of knowledge management. By tracking its origin and conceptual development, this review contributes to the improved understanding of the field and helps to assess the unresolved questions and open issues. For practitioners, the book provides a clear evidence of value of knowledge management. Lessons learnt from implementations in business, government and civil sectors help to appreciate the field and gain useful reference points. The book also provides guidance for future research by drawing together authoritative views from people currently facing and engaging with the challenge of knowledge management, who signal a bright future for the field.

Knowledge Management
Author : Irma Becerra-Fernandez,Dorothy E. Leidner
Publisher : M.E. Sharpe
Release Date : 2008
ISBN 10 : 0765623749
Pages : 330 pages

This book serves as a complete introduction to the subject of Knowledge Management (KM), and incorporates technical as well as social aspects, concepts as well as practical examples, and traditional KM approaches as well as emerging topics. Knowledge Management: Systems and Processes enhances the conventional exposition of KM with an in-depth discussion of the technologies used to facilitate the management of knowledge in large and small organizations. This includes a complete description of the theory and applications of the various techniques and technologies currently in use to manage organizational knowledge. The discussion of technology is at a level appropriate for the typical business administration graduate student or corporate manager. Special features:* Includes case studies of actual implementations of KM systems, including details such as system architecture * Contains numerous vignettes describing practical applications of KM initiatives at leading firms and governmental organizations * Provides a balanced view of knowledge management, while incorporating benefits and controversial issues, and both technology and social aspects * Extremely current, making extensive use of latest developments in, and examples from, the field of KM * Written by two proficient and recognized researchers in the field of KM.

Customer-centric Knowledge Management
Author : Minwir Al-Shammari
Publisher : IGI Global
Release Date : 2012
ISBN 10 : 9781613500897
Pages : 315 pages

"This book is a comprehensive collection addressing managerial and technical aspects of customer-centric knowledge implementation, contributing to the dynamic and emerging fields of organizational knowledge management, customer relationship management, and information and communication technologies"--Provided by publisher.

Knowledge Management
Author : Professor Dr.-Ing. Kai Mertins,Dipl.-Sozw. Peter Heisig,Dipl.-Psych. Jens Vorbeck
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2013-03-14
ISBN 10 : 3662044668
Pages : 265 pages

By Robert C. Camp, PhD, PE Chairman Global Benchmarking Network (GBN), Best Practice InstituteTM, Rochester, NY, USA The perception, sharing, and adoption of best practices is mostly attributed to the activity called benchmarking. Obtaining maximum value from best practices is usually attributed to knowledge management. One is an extension of the other. Knowledge management can be looked upon as the management of knowledge about best practices whether in the mind as human capital or as intellectual assets or property. Most organizations now recognize the absolute imperative for the identification and collection of best practices through benchmarking. It can be a strategic strength when practiced and a fatal weakness if not pursued. But there is a serious disconnection in the exchange and adoption process. Despite significant advances in the approaches and technology that pursue improvement (six sigma, process redesign, customer relationship management, etc.), organizations continue to experience great difficulty in successfully transferring leading practices. Some would say these are exemplary, proven, observed, or promising, but, in the final analysis, they are best practices -with the objective of becoming world class. More insight is needed into how leading, or best practices are transferred and adopted - said differently, best practices for knowledge transfer or knowledge management.

Customer-Centric Knowledge Management: Concepts and Applications
Author : Al-Shammari, Minwir
Publisher : IGI Global
Release Date : 2011-08-31
ISBN 10 : 1613500904
Pages : 315 pages

"This book is a comprehensive collection addressing managerial and technical aspects of customer-centric knowledge implementation, contributing to the dynamic and emerging fields of organizational knowledge management, customer relationship management, and information and communication technologies"--Provided by publisher.

Knowledge Management
Author : Murray E. Jennex
Publisher : IGI Global
Release Date : 2008-01-01
ISBN 10 : 1599049341
Pages : 3442 pages

Provides comprehensive, in-depth coverage of all issues related to knowledge management, including conceptual, methodological, technical, and managerial issues. Presents the opportunities, future challenges, and emerging trends related to this subject.

Recent Advances in Information Systems and Technologies
Author : Álvaro Rocha,Ana Maria Correia,Hojjat Adeli,Luís Paulo Reis,Sandra Costanzo
Publisher : Springer
Release Date : 2017-03-27
ISBN 10 : 3319565354
Pages : 930 pages

This book presents a selection of papers from the 2017 World Conference on Information Systems and Technologies (WorldCIST'17), held between the 11st and 13th of April 2017 at Porto Santo Island, Madeira, Portugal. WorldCIST is a global forum for researchers and practitioners to present and discuss recent results and innovations, current trends, professional experiences and challenges involved in modern Information Systems and Technologies research, together with technological developments and applications. The main topics covered are: Information and Knowledge Management; Organizational Models and Information Systems; Software and Systems Modeling; Software Systems, Architectures, Applications and Tools; Multimedia Systems and Applications; Computer Networks, Mobility and Pervasive Systems; Intelligent and Decision Support Systems; Big Data Analytics and Applications; Human–Computer Interaction; Ethics, Computers & Security; Health Informatics; Information Technologies in Education; and Information Technologies in Radiocommunications.

Innovations in Knowledge Management
Author : Liana Razmerita,Gloria Phillips-Wren,Lakhmi C. Jain
Publisher : Springer
Release Date : 2015-08-07
ISBN 10 : 3662478277
Pages : 267 pages

This book discusses emerging trends in the field of managing knowledge work due to technological innovations. The book is organized in 3 sections. The first section, entitled "Managing Knowledge, Projects and Networks", discusses knowledge processes and their use, reuse or generation in the context of an organization. The second section, entitled "Managing Knowledge using Social Media", focuses on factors influencing adoption and usage, the role of social media in managing knowledge, and factors that influence employees' acceptance and participation. The third section brings into discussion new approaches and technologies for acquiring knowledge. The book will be useful to both academics engaged in research in knowledge management and practitioners who are considering or implementing strategies for managing one of their most important resources.

Knowledge Management Tools
Author : Rudy Ruggles
Publisher : Routledge
Release Date : 2009-11-03
ISBN 10 : 1136389687
Pages : 303 pages

The third in the readers series Resources for the Knowledge-Based Economy, Knowledge Management Tools analyzes the use of knowledge management tools in the past, present and future. It helps managers and companies utilize what they know. The selections in this volume were carefully chosen to represent the strengths and weaknesses, and pros and cons of using technology to support knowledge-based activities. They acknowledge that, although tools alone are not the answer to the difficult questions surrounding knowledge management, if utilized effectively tools can open up new realms of innovation and efficiency for today's knowledge-driven businesses.

Encyclopedia of Communities of Practice in Information and Knowledge Management
Author : Coakes, Elayne,Clarke, Steve
Publisher : IGI Global
Release Date : 2005-10-31
ISBN 10 : 1591405580
Pages : 642 pages

"This encyclopedia will give readers insight on how other organizations have tackled the necessary means of sharing knowledge across communities and functions" -- Provided by publisher.

Knowledge Management
Author : Pasi Virtanen,Nina Helander
Publisher : BoD – Books on Demand
Release Date : 2010-03-01
ISBN 10 : 953761994X
Pages : 280 pages

This book is a compilation of writings handpicked in esteemed scientific conferences that present the variety of ways to approach this multifaceted phenomenon. In this book, knowledge management is seen as an integral part of information and communications technology (ICT). The topic is first approached from the more general perspective, starting with discussing knowledge management’s role as a medium towards increasing productivity in organizations. In the starting chapters of the book, the duality between technology and humans is also taken into account. In the following chapters, one may see the essence and multifaceted nature of knowledge management through branch-specific observations and studies. Towards the end of the book the ontological side of knowledge management is illuminated. The book ends with two special applications of knowledge management.