Knowledge Asset Networking by Dimitris Apostolou, Ron Young, Gregoris Mentzas, Andreas Abecker

Beyond the Process-centred and Product-centred Approaches (Dec 2002)



Dimitris Apostolou ; Ron Young; Gregoris Mentzas ; Andreas Abecker 


Springer Verlag



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December 2002

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There are two main approaches to knowledge management (KM), the
process-centred approach which treats KM as an interpersonal communication
process and the product-centred approach which focuses on the artefacts
for knowledge, i.e. the documents, their creation and reuse in corporate
computer-based systems. <p>

Knowledge Asset Management presents a knowledge
asset-centric approach which fuses the previous two approaches together.
It provides a conceptual framework to guide managers in the planning and
development of the initiative and presents a methodology for organisations
to: define and document their knowledge management strategy.- audit and
design business processes that enhance and facilitate corporate learning.-
facilitate knowledge sharing between people in the organisation.- measure
and evaluate the quality and value of the organisation's intellectual
capital. <p>

The book also introduces a way for developing an intranet-based
environment to support: the collection and classification of internal and
external information.- reuse of stored knowledge using flexible and
customisable knowledge navigators and advanced search mechanisms including
keyword and concept-based searching (e.g. visualization of the information
space).- collaboration via on-line workspaces. <p>

Knowledge Asset Management
gives an in-depth look at the technologies and methodologies required for
knowledge management. Written by four highly experienced consultants in
the field, the books also includes case studies showing how the principles
work in practice.

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Beyond the Process-centred and Product-centred Approaches

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