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e-Book Introduction to Knowledge Management: Principles and Practice download

by Kesheng Wang

ISBN: 8251916607
ISBN13: 978-8251916608
Language: English
Publisher: Fagbokforlaget (December 1, 2001)
Pages: 250
Category: Management and Leadership
Subategory: Work and Money

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Knowledge management (KM) contains elements from social sciences, technology and management. The book shows how to put a strategy for KM and introduce KM step by step into your business. Has literature list and register

Knowledge management (KM) contains elements from social sciences, technology and management. Has literature list and register. Why is KM being widely adopted now? - - What is the purpose of knowledge management? - - Who is knowledge management for? - - What does knowledge management consist of? - - Why does knowledge management work? - - What is the logic of a knowledge management system?

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Principles and Practices of Management. 3. Management implies capacity to apply accurately the knowledge to solve the problems, to face the situation and to realise the objectives fully and timely. 2. Management also implies skill and experience in getting things done through people: Management involves doing the job through people. The above observation makes management an art and that to a fine art. Management is both a Science as well as an Art.

Ove Rustung Hjelmervik1 &. Introduction to Knowledge Management, theory and practice. 1. Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing volume 18, pages479–485(2007)Cite this article. Discourses of knowledge management and the learning organization: Their production and consumption. The Blackwell handbook of organizational learning and knowledge management (pp. 495–512). UK: Blackwell Publishing. Thorsrud, . & Emery, F. E. (1969). Zhang . Wang . Wan . Zhong Y. (2005).

Knowledge Management (KM) is a hybrid discipline, containing elements of social sciences, technology and business. KM focuses on creating and sharing knowledge. The discipline is a holistic system for management of intellectual capital, organization change, knowledge creation and sharing, for continuous improvement and innovation, and organizational learning, resulting in increased value creation. This symbioses of disciplines takes place within the organizations' vision, purpose and strategy. Introduction to Knowledge Management provides a strategic roadmap for knowledge management and teaches how to implement KM in a company, step by step.
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IKM was written for students in Norway's NTNU research institute and the text-book bravely attempts to define concepts, along with many references to various KM gurus. Unfortunately, the nebulous nature of KM shines through the contradictory definitions. Taken as a whole IKM has a kind of `fractal' self-similarity. Read almost any paragraph, and the asides and qualifiers provide a resume of the whole.
The `what is KM?' question is kind of answered in five or so pages. The answer is vague and in part, tautological `KM is the conceptualizing of an organization as an integrated knowledge system.' KM is later categorized as being `concerned with effectively connecting those who know with those who need to know', and by `converting personal knowledge into organizational knowledge'. That's a bit easier to grasp. Things get even better on page 17 where we are encouraged to `capture content and bring knowledge to teams and communities'. But only a few pages later, we are told categorically that `knowledge cannot be captured!'
The book ranges idiosyncratically around its subject. The chapter covering infra-structure is some 50 pages long, but provides few hard technological facts. Lotus Notes (the granddaddy of KM infrastructure) receives no mention in the skimpy index, and gets short shrift in the text, `there are better alternatives-such as the web, as a basis for a collaborative environment.' 20 pages of the technology section are devoted to neural networks, genetic algorithms and case-based reasoning.
Such apparent digressions are really at the heart of the authors' subject, a soft-sell of the Corporum KM product from CognIT. Corporum (with five mentions in the index!) is an Autonomy-like tool for extracting and classifying textual information. Two IKM authors are officers of CognIT.
Statoil's Faros project leveraged KM in a decision support system for the ill-fated Asgard field development (see Oil ITJ Vol. 4 N° 12). IKM provides a substantial amount of information on Faros along with some insightful lessons learned. These include the necessity to regard KM as a continuum of technology, content and people; to build user-friendly systems with minimal clicks between query and results; to start small; to store information at unique locations-while providing multiple, redundant paths to documents and finally to ensure that the KM system offers a learning capacity.
The last chapters, on measuring KM performance and the future of KM dissolve into a kind of `bluffers guide' to KM and MBA jargon. One's heart goes out to the NTNU students who have to learn this stuff! On balance though, oil and gas K-Managers should probably spend a few days plowing their way through IKM because there are no doubt some experiential gems hidden away in the verbiage.

Review originally appeared in Oil IT Journal.

Malalanim
Very Good

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