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by Greg Laugero,Wayne Applehans

Author: Greg Laugero,Wayne Applehans
Subcategory: Industries
Language: English
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional (December 23, 1998)
Pages: 128 pages
Category: Perfomance
Rating: 4.6
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Series: Addison-Wesley Information Technology Series. Paperback: 128 pages. In this Internet word, the book's emphasis on the Internet and web based technologies of knowledge management is very timely

Series: Addison-Wesley Information Technology Series. Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional (December 23, 1998). In this Internet word, the book's emphasis on the Internet and web based technologies of knowledge management is very timely. The book is designed in a very pleasing manner and the layout and the usage of color and space is very pleasing to the reader. The book is amply illustrated and contains a lot of flowcharts and diagrams that makes the concepts clearer.

Wayne Applehans, Alden Globe, Greg Laugero. Building and maintaining a successful corporate Intranet and Extranet goes well beyond developing the network and setting up Web servers. After the network is in place, then what? Managing Knowledge is the. After the network is in place, then what? Managing Knowledge is the first practical guide to using knowledge management techniques to ensure that your Intranet and Extranet deliver the right content to the right people at the right time. Based on the authors' experience developing .

Wayne Applehans, Alden Globe, and Greg Laugero are acknowledged experts in the developing field of. .

Wayne Applehans, Alden Globe, and Greg Laugero are acknowledged experts in the developing field of Web-based knowledge management. Edwards in Denver, Colorado, a leading developer of multinational, integrated enterprise software for distribution, finance, human resources, manufacturing, and supply chain management.

Managing Knowledge : A Practical Web-Based Approach. Managing knowledge is a new and vital skill for corporations. In the information economy, the organization that knows the most about itself and its business is best positioned for success.

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The goal of the Addison-Wesley Information Technology Series is to cover any and all topics that affect the IT community. These books illustrate and explore how information technology can be aligned with business practices to achieve business goals and support business imperatives. Addison-Wesley has created this innovative series to empower you with the benefits of the industry experts' experience. For more information point your browser to ww. wprofessional. Wayne Applehans, Alden Globe, and Greg Laugero, Managing Knowledge: A Practical Web-Based Approach.

Applehans, . Globe, . and Laugero, . "Managing Knowledge: A Practical Web-Based Approach (Addison-Wesley Information Technology Series)," ISBN 0-2143315-X, 1998; An Extended Model of Knowledge-Flow Dynamics. The modern enterprise depends upon timely and effective flows of knowledge through its organizations for success.

Managing Knowledge: A Practical Web-Based Approach. Mega-Universities and Knowledge Media: Technology Strategies for Higher Education. Argyris, . & Schön, D. A. (1996). Organizational Learning II. Addison Wesley. Electronic Collaborators: Learner Centered Technologies for Literacy, Apprenticeship, and Discourse. edu/-cjbonkGoogle Scholar. Brown, J. & Duguid, P. (2000). Davenport, . & Prusak, L. (1997). Working Knowledge: How Organizations Manage What They Know.

Advances in information technologies and telecommunications, coupled with . International Conference on Practical Aspects of Knowledge Management (PAKM 98), Basel, Switzerland.

Advances in information technologies and telecommunications, coupled with emerging trends in organisational learning processes, are enhancing the ability of people to communicate and co-ordinate among organisational business processes. This ontology-based approach allows the definition of formal elements of a domain specific ontology. Chandrasekaran, . Josephson, J. and Benjamins V. (1999) What Are Ontologies, and Why Do We Need Them?

The authors demonstrate how to evaluate content in the context of corporate goals, determine what information should be included and excluded in a knowledge management implementation, and create a Web-based knowledge management strategy to support critical business processes. They also address cultural, political, and organizational barriers to the successful implementation of a knowledge management strategy, and how to overcome them. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.