5 edition of The future of knowledge management found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Birgit Renzl, Kurt Matzler and Hans Hinterhuber.|
|Contributions||Renzl, Birgit, 1974-, Matzler, Kurt., Hinterhuber, Hans H., 1938-|
|LC Classifications||HD30.2 .F88 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005051005|
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In this book leading scholars debate current issues and shed light on future prospects in the field of Knowledge Management. It presents new perspectives on knowledge and learning, including modes of knowing in practice, transactive knowledge systems, organizational narrations, and challenges conventional by: 7.
The Future of Knowledge is a book that will have a strong influence on management thinking and education in the years to come." - Egil Sandvik, HR Norway and Head of Forum for Intellectual Capital, Norway "During the s, a plethora of books appeared on Knowledge by: In this book leading scholars debate current issues and shed light on future prospects in the field of Knowledge Management.
It presents new perspectives on knowledge and learning, including modes of knowing in practice, transactive knowledge systems, organizational narrations, and challenges conventional wisdom. The Future of Knowledge Management. In the much vaunted “hype cycle” of business trends and fads, knowledge management has already plumbed the depths of disillusionment.
However as it edges towards maturity as a business discipline, it is spawning successors that are more relevant to our times, and that offer more direct business traction. Summary: In this book leading scholars debate current issues and shed light on future prospects in the field of Knowledge Management.
It presents new perspectives on knowledge and learning, including modes of knowing in practice, transactive knowledge systems, organizational narrations, and challenges conventional wisdom. Taking an intellectual journey into knowledge management, beginning with an understanding of the concept of intellectual capital and how to establish an appropriate culture, this book looks at the human aspects of managing knowledge workers, promoting interactions for knowledge creation and by: Knowledge Horizons charts the feasible future for knowledge management.
This practical and provocative resource presents the work of many of the leading voices in knowledge management and related disciplines, who explore the current trends and offer pragmatic and authoritative thinking on applied knowledge management from a variety of positions.
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.
This is a book that deals with a very specific part of knowledge management (KM), namely knowledge retention (KR). KR is a discipline concerned with the managerial initiatives focused on assessing and retaining the most critical knowledge within the firm, particularly when faced with the potential loss of employees, e.g.
due to retirement. Michael E.D. Koenig, Ph.D, is the author or co-author of a number of books on KM, including Knowledge Management in Practice (), and numerous articles on the subject of KM.
He is Professor Emeritus at Long Island University and is the former and founding dean of the College of Information and Computer Science. As we move into it is time to reflect on knowledge management and look at the future of this discipline.
In my latest book: Knowledge Management in Practice I address what I believe is the future of KM in and beyond. An excerpt from chapter 18 follows.
This authoritative book explores the Semantic Web, a revolutionary new framework for creating intelligent software applications that automate the processes of reasoning and decision-making.
The Semantic Web first shows you how to vastly improve knowledge management in your Cited by: Tomorrow’s KM: Innovation, best practice and the future of knowledge management This book focuses on the relationship between innovation and KM, elaborating on the role of KM as the facilitator and enabler of change.
Additional taxes may be applicable. The Future of Knowledge is a book that will have a strong influence on management thinking and education in the years to come.". "During the s, a plethora of books appeared on Knowledge Management.
Many of these books concentrated on how a company could gain a 5/5(1). KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT IN THEORY AND PRACTICE Kimiz Dalkir McGill University Shift to Knowledge-Based Assets Future Challenges for KM KM Research Issues Discussion Points References Glossary Index CONTENTS xi.
FOREWORD Knowledge management as an organizational innovation has been with us for more than a decade. While no one can really predict the future, I can tell you that I’m scheduled to talk about the future of legal knowledge management (KM) in the near future.
Barring any unforeseen, intervening circumstances, that will happen on Monday, Augat. From What are new ideas in knowledge management.
* Cognitive Computing * Slack, Yammer, Facebook at Work * Gamification * What will KM look like in. * 20 Years in Knowledge Management * Answers to KM Questions: Trends * Working Out Loud is KM. The historical perspective of knowledge acquisition is based on a mix of talent, time and repetition.
According to Malcolm Gladwell, author of the book, The Outliers, to become especially proficient at a skill, it takes 10 years of doing the same single thing, over and over and over again. Daland concludes that it seems clear that a focus on the knowledge and skills of library staff and the management of this would be a fruitful way to face future library challenges, and as librarians are becoming increasingly knowledge workers, a focus shift must be made to facilitate this.
knowledge management by examining its objectives, scope, strategy, best practices, knowledge management tools, and so on. The book is structured very much like a textbook, with introductory concepts at the top, more subject-specific discussions in the latter half.
“Knowledge and the Future School is an intelligent and courageous book that takes the reader to the very heart of what a good education in our schools should be. The authors have adeptly argued the case for a subject-led curriculum that not only enlightens, stretches and challenges the pupil but also brings joy in learning and teaching.
In the future, beyond merely acquiring some kind of unique ad-hoc knowledge and understanding based on ubiquitous, machine-curated information, it will be even more paramount to arrive at a highly Author: Gerd Leonhard.
Knowledge management is defined in this book as doing what is needed to get the most out of knowledge resources. KM is an increasingly important discipline that promotes the discovery, capture, sharing, and application of the firm’s knowl- Part III, Management and the Future of Knowledge Management—Some of the.
This book introduces readers to a wide range of knowledge management (KM) tools, techniques and terminology for enhancing innovation, communication and dedication among individuals and workgroups.
The focus is on real-world business examples using commonly available technologies. The goal of this book is to provide a comprehensive overview of knowledge management by examining its objectives, scope, strategy, best practices, knowledge management tools, and so on.
The book is structured very much like a textbook, with introductory concepts at the top, more subject-specific discussions in the latter half. Rumizen's book 1 bills itself on the premise that knowledge management (KM) is an important field fundamental for success in the new economy.
In a digital world with rapidly expanding knowledge requirements, what people know and how they use what they know are key to patient care quality, safety, and competitive advantage.
References on Knowledge Management. The following list contains selected references on Knowledge Management compiled by Yogesh Malhotra from some of his working papers.
Anthes, G.H. "A Step Beyond a Database," Computerworld, 25(9),p Knowledge Management as the process of. adapting existing knowledge in order t o solve. current business challenges and create new. solutions by studying patterns in existing.
(Rosenthal-Sabroux Author: Uyoyo Zino Edosio. Knowledge Management Share. Buy New. £ RRP: £; "The Future of Management", a book on management innovation, is a sequel to "Leading the Revolution", my favorite title by Gary Hamel, a founder of Strategos, an international management consulting firm, and a visiting Professor of Strategic Management at London Business School /5(65).
Knowledge Management as the Future of E-Learning: /ch Since technological changes are touching many aspects of today’s society, education cannot stay behind; in a world where information is the key to progressCited by: 1. Keywords: knowledge management, future, taxonomy, Michael Earl, dictionary Introduction The future of knowledge management has been an area of great interest to academics and practitioners since its very inception.
The pioneering authors of some of the very first works inCited by: 1. Strategies and Tools for Knowledge Management in Innovation and the Future Industry: /ch The main purpose of this chapter is to examine two widely used knowledge management strategies and propose to each strategy complementary knowledge managementCited by: 2.
What is the future of knowledge management. The quick answer is multi: multimedia, multichannel, and multilingual. As we look ahead two to three years, I believe these three attributes will have a powerful effect on several key trends in service and support, all of which have implications for the future of knowledge management.
Knowledge Management: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications is the defining reference source for all theories, concepts, and methodologies within the knowledge management (KM) discipline.
This comprehensive, six-volume collection of research from an international body of KM experts includes chapters on implementing KM in organizations; KM systems. To explore experts’ insights on the future of knowledge brokering, a discussion group was held during a meeting of the Knowledge Management for Development (KM4Dev) 6 community on 2 April at the Information Hub in Geneva, by: 1.
The Future of Knowledge: Increasing Prosperity through Value Networks Verna Allee, Butterworth-Heinemann, pp (). This book challenges us to think about a future of an economy dominated by intangibles, of living networks and complexity.
The team at Knowledge Architecture is constantly asked for book recommendations on a variety of topics—from knowledge management to research to thought leadership. Some of the books below are new. Some are old. Some are AEC-specific. Others are more general in. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
My libraryMissing: knowledge management. A recent whitepaper by IDC involves a thorough look into the evolution of knowledge management and how the future looks for knowledge centralization.
The common challenges that arise due to lack of unified information architecture in an organization are inaccuracy, findability, broken-collaboration, security vulnerabilities and failure to.
Managers are bombarded with an almost constant stream of data every day. Read this article to find out three key reasons why actively managing knowledge is important to a.
Global Practices in Knowledge Management for Societal and Organizational Development is an integral reference volume featuring leading academic research on the management and creation of knowledge and organizational development theories and models.
Including coverage on a variety of related perspectives and subjects, such as infrastructure and.The scope of the ISO Knowledge Management Standard, according to the documentation is to “set requirements and provide guidelines for establishing, implementing, maintaining, reviewing and improving an effective management system for knowledge management in organizations.
All the requirements of this document are applicable to any organization, regardless of its type or size, or the products.Peter Ferdinand Drucker (/ ˈ d r ʌ k ər /; German: ; Novem – Novem ) was an Austrian-born American management consultant, educator, and author, whose writings contributed to the philosophical and practical foundations of the modern business was also a leader in the development of management education, he invented the concept known as management by Alma mater: Goethe University Frankfurt (PhD).