Encyclopedia Of Knowledge Management, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1599049325
  • ISBN-13: 9781599049328
  • DDC: 658.4
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 1050 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2011 | Published/Released May 2011
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2011

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Overview

This two-volume collection covers all aspects of knowledge management, which range from knowledge identification and representation, to the impact of knowledge management systems on organizational culture, to the significant integration and cost issues being faced by human resources, MIS/IT, and production departments.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Dedication.
Editorial Advisory Board.
List of Contributors.
Table of Contents.
Table of Contents by Category.
Foreword.
Preface.
Acknowledgment.
About the Editors.
1: Anti-Foundational Knowledge Management.
2: Applying Agents within Knowledge Management.
3: Applying Knowledge Management in the Environmental and Climate Change Sciences.
4: Appreciative Sharing for Organizational Knowledge Work.
5: An Aristotelian View of Knowledge for Knowledge Management.
6: Barriers to Knowledge Sharing.
7: Biological and Information Systems Approaches.
8: Business Intelligence.
9: Capability Maturity.
10: Competitive Advantage of Knowledge Management.
11: Competitive Intelligence Gathering.
12: Conceptual Model for Corporate Universities.
13: Contexts for Tacit Knowledge Sharing.
14: Corporate Semantic Webs.
15: Creating Knowledge for Business Decision Making.
16: A Cross-National Comparison of Knowledge Management Practices.
17: Customer Knowledge Management.
18: Description Logic-Based Resource Retrieval.
19: Distributed Knowledge Management.
20: Document Search Practices.
21: Domain Ontologies.
22: Dynamic Taxonomies.
23: Economic Incentives and the Knowledge Economy.
24: E-Learning for Knowledge Dissemination.
25: Engineering Design Knowledge Management.
26: Epistemology and Knowledge Management.
27: Evidence-Based Best Practices Collections.
28: Exploring Paths Towards Knowledge Cities Developments: A Research Agenda.
29: External and Internal Knowledge in Organizations.
30: External Knowledge Integration.
31: Extracting Knowledge from Neural Networks.
32: Formal and Emergent Standards in KM.
33: Frequent Itemset Mining and Association Rules.
34: Governance of Knowledge Management.
35: Healthcare Knowledge Management.
36: A Hierarchical Model for Knowledge Management.
37: Human Capital in Knowledge Creation, Management and Utilization.
38: Incentive Structures in Knowledge Management.
39: Inquiring Organizations.
40: Integrated Modeling.
41: Integrating Knowledge Management with the Systems Analysis Process.
42: Integration of Knowledge Management and E-Learning.
43: Intellectual Capital.
44: Intellectual Capital and Knowledge Management.
45: Introducing Knowledge Management as Both Desirable and Undesirable Processes.
46: An Introduction to Communities of Practice.
47: Knowledge and Intellectual Property Rights: An Economics Perspective.
48: Knowledge Calibration and Knowledge Management.
49: Knowledge Codification and ICT Use in Business Networks.
50: Knowledge Communication.
51: Knowledge Creation.
52: Knowledge Dissemination in Portals.
53: Knowledge Flow.
54: Knowledge for Communicating Knowledge.
55: Knowledge in Innovation Processes.
56: Knowledge Integration.
57: Knowledge Integration through Strategic Alliances and Virtual Networks.
58: Knowledge Intermediation.
59: Knowledge Management and Intelligence Work: A Promising Combination.
60: Knowledge Management and Risk Management.
61: Knowledge Management and the Non-Profit Sector.
62: Knowledge Management in Charities.
63: Knowledge Management in Professional Service Firms.
64: Knowledge Management in Safety-Critical Systems Analysis.
65: Knowledge Management in Small and Medium Sized Enterprises.
66: Knowledge Management in the Chinese Business Context.
67: A Knowledge Management Model for Patterns.
68: Knowledge Management Ontology.
69: Knowledge Management Practices in Temporal Knowledge-Intensive Organizations.
70: Knowledge Management Processes.
71: Knowledge Management Research Through Computational Experimentation.
72: Knowledge Management Software.
73: Knowledge Management Strategy Formation.
74: Knowledge Management Success Models.
75: Knowledge Management System Success Factors.
76: Knowledge Management Systems.