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Knowledge Management

Organizing Knowledge Based Enterprises

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Red Globe Press

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15 December 2009

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Demonstrates how knowledge management can be used to enhance business processes. It focuses on the need to develop collaborative knowledge networks, which are increasingly global in nature and which support people with...

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Demonstrates how knowledge management can be used to enhance business processes. It focuses on the need to develop collaborative knowledge networks, which are increasingly global in nature and which support people with the technology needed to work across distance to foster the innovation needed to remain competitive in global environments.

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Emphasises link between effective knowledge management and enhanced business processes
Examines topical and contemporary ways of sharing knowledge and collaborating, such as social networking and how it can be harnessed for enhanced business productivity
Focuses on how technology can help employees to work collaboratively and communicate across distances
Includes coverage of cultural issues inherent in working globally

PART I: KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT WITHIN BUSINESS COMMUNITIES
The Business Environment
Business Processes And Activities
Connecting People Within Business Activities
Collaboration, Knowledge And Innovation
Culture And Knowledge Sharing
Social Software
PART II: CURRENT BUSINESS SYSTEMS
Today's Business Applications
Achieving Dynamic Capability Through Business Networking
PART III: ORGANIZING FOR KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
Modeling Business Activities
The First Design Step: Defining Requirements
Creating The Business Architecture: Combining Activities, Knowledge And People
PART FOUR Supporting Technologies
Specifying Electronic Workspaces For The Business Architecture
Technologies For Business Processes
Connecting Enterprises.

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IGOR HAWRYSZKIEWYCZ is Professor of Computing Sciences at the University of Technology, Sydney, Australia. Prior to joining the University of Technology, Sydney, he was a Principal Lecturer in Information Systems at the University of Canberra, Australia.

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IGOR HAWRYSZKIEWYCZ is Professor of Computing Sciences at the University of Technology, Sydney, Australia. Prior to joining the University of Technology, Sydney, he was a Principal Lecturer in Information Systems at the University of Canberra, Australia.

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