Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
About the Editor.
1: Fundamental Concepts and Theories.
2: Reference Model Management.
3: The Social Context of Knowledge.
5: On the Study of Complexity in Information Systems.
6: Development and Design Methodologies.
7: A Model of Knowledge Management Success.
8: Building IT Risk Management Approaches: An Action Research Method.
9: Modeling and Analyzing Perspectives to Support Knowledge Management.
10: Towards a Virtual Enterprise Architecture for the Environmental Sector.
11: Tools and Technologies.
12: Computer Tools for Public–Sector Management.
13: A Design Tool for Business Process Design and Representation.
14: Introduction to Cryptography.
15: A Comparison and Scenario Analysis of Leading Data Mining Software.
16: Utilization and Application.
17: End–User Perceptions of the Benefits and Risks of End–User Web Development.
18: A Metadata–Based Approach for Unstructured Document Management in Organizations.
19: ERP Usage in Practice: An Empirical Investigation.
20: Knowledge Management Systems for Emergency Preparedness: The Claremont University Consortium Experience.
21: Critical Issues.
22: Education for IT Service Management Standards.
23: Developing a Basis for Global Reciprocity: Negotiating Between the Many Standards for Project Management.
24: Politics, Accountability, and Information Management.
25: Knowledge Fusion: A Framework for Extending the Rigor and Relevance of Knowledge Management.
26: Pattern Management: Practice and Challenges.
27: Emerging Trends.
28: Web Services Management: Toward Efficient Web Data Access.
29: Electronic Risk Management.
30: Organizational Culture for Knowledge Management Systems: A Study of Corporate Users.
31: IT Infrastructure Capabilities and Business Process Improvements: Association with IT Governance Characteristics.
32: Technology Trends in Knowledge Management Tools.