Governance, Communication, and Innovation in a Knowledge Intensive Society, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1466641584
  • ISBN-13: 9781466641587
  • DDC: 658.4
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 289 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2013 | Published/Released November 2013
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2013

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The proper use and dissemination of information among stakeholders, organizations, and societies is crucial for the development of productive and prosperous communities.Governance, Communication, and Innovation in a Knowledge Intensive Society gathers current research on knowledge management in governments, organizations, and institutions, and presents a compilation useful to academics, professionals, politicians, and policymakers invested in knowledge intensive societies. This book investigates the impact of knowledge and information technologies on fields as diverse as education, culture, science and business, in order to provide an effective framework for effectively navigating the nuances of an information-pervasive world.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: Cultural Pluralism in the Context of the Knowledge Society Ecosystem: Reviews and Views.
2: The Impact of Climate Change in the Modern Enterprise.
3: Integrating ESD in Norwegian Education.
4: Green Computing: An Indian Perspective.
5: Availability Estimation of Demand Buses as Human Transportation System, Using Self-Organizing Map.
6: A Quantitative Approach to Identify the Arguments that Support Decisions in E-Cognocracy.
7: Personnel Performance Appraisal Coverage in ITIL, COBIT, and CMMi: A Study from the Perspective of People-CMM.
8: Information Security Awareness in Academia.
9: Ethical Competences in Accounting Higher Education: An Expectation Gap between the Profession and University.
10: Evaluation of Organization Structure Based on Email Interactions.
11: An Analysis of the Impact of 2.0 Tools and Technologies on Organizational Processes.
12: Students’ Questioning and Creativity: How are These Related?.
13: Exploring the Effects of a Mindfulness Program for Students of Secondary School.
14: Multiple Solitudes: Digital Curriculum Access in the Pan-Canadian Context.
15: Integrating the LMS in Service Oriented eLearning Systems.
16: The Role of Outside Affordances in Developing Expertise in Online Collaborative Learning.
17: Effects of Virtual World Environments in Student Satisfaction: An Examination of the Role of Architecture in 3D Education.
18: Scaffolding Pedagogical Planning and the Design of Learning Activities: An On-Line System.
19: Instructional Design and Quality: Learning Strategies for the Course Plan and Formative Activities - A Practical Case of the Program of East Asian Studies.
20: Location Guided System of Training Solutions and Learning Itineraries Based on Competences Adapted to Users’ Needs: The UOC eLearning GPS.
21: Delivering Educational Games to Mobile Devices.
22: Using COTS–Widgets Architectures for Describing User Interfaces of Web–Based Information Systems.
23: AHKME eLearning Information System: A 3.0 Approach.
24: Cataloguing and Searching Musical Sound Recordings in an Ontology–Based Information System.
25: Beyond Knowledge Management: An Extended Model of Knowledge Governance.
26: A Pattern of Reference to Insure Organizational Learning Process: The Semi–Opened Infrastructure Model (SopIM).
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.