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Innovations in Knowledge Management : The Impact of Social Media, Semantic Web and Cloud Computing

By: Razmerita, Liana.
Contributor(s): Phillips-Wren, Gloria | Jain, Lakhmi C.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Intelligent Systems Reference Library: Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2015Description: 1 online resource (280 p.).ISBN: 9783662478271.Subject(s): Information technology | Knowledge managementGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Innovations in Knowledge Management : The Impact of Social Media, Semantic Web and Cloud ComputingDDC classification: 620 LOC classification: T58.5 -- .I56 2016ebOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Foreword -- Contents -- About the Editors -- Part IManaging Knowledge, Projectsand Networks -- 1 Advances in Knowledge Management: An Overview -- Abstract -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 The Evolution of Knowledge Management (KM)---A Historical Perspective -- 1.3 Managing Knowledge, Projects and Networks -- 1.4 Theoretical Perspectives in KM -- 1.5 Towards a Network-Centric Collaborative Approach -- 1.5.1 Networked Organization -- 1.6 Managing Knowledge Using Social Media -- 1.6.1 New Approaches and Technologies for Capturing/Acquiring Knowledge -- 1.7 Conclusions -- 1.7.1 Organization of the Book
References -- 2 A Methodology for Systematic Project Knowledge Reuse -- Abstract -- 2.1 Motivation -- 2.2 Knowledge Management: Processes, Roles and Technological Support -- 2.2.1 The Knowledge Management Process -- 2.2.2 Roles in Knowledge Management -- 2.2.3 Technological Support of Knowledge Management -- 2.2.4 The Need for a New Project Knowledge Reuse Methodology -- 2.3 Project Knowledge Reuse---A Methodology -- 2.3.1 Types of Lessons Learned Sessions -- 2.3.2 Project Knowledge Reuse Methodology -- 2.3.2.1 Double-Cycled Lessons Learned Process -- 2.3.2.2 Roles and Responsibilities
2.3.2.3 Knowledge-Centric Project Management Process -- 2.3.3 Exemplarily Implementation of the Project Knowledge Reuse Methodology -- 2.4 Summary -- References -- 3 Knowledge Management and Enterprise Social Networking: Content Versus Collaboration -- Abstract -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.1.1 Purposes of This Paper -- 3.1.2 Outline of This Paper -- 3.2 Background: Knowledge Management and Social Media -- 3.2.1 Enterprise Knowledge Management -- 3.2.2 Social Media and Web 2.0 -- 3.3 Enterprise Social Networking -- 3.3.1 Definition -- 3.3.2 Limitations of Enterprise Social Networking
3.3.3 Other Issues Concerning ESN -- 3.3.4 Selected Previous Research on ESN -- 3.4 Content Models of Knowledge Management -- 3.4.1 Repository Versus Router Models of Knowledge -- 3.4.2 Centralized Versus Decentralized Control -- 3.4.3 Prepare Knowledge Ahead of Time or Use Just-in-Time Knowledge -- 3.4.4 Embedding Knowledge Content in Processes -- 3.4.5 Management Philosophy and Content -- 3.4.6 Gathering, Preparing and Embedding Content for Centralized Repositories or Routers -- 3.4.7 Content Research in Knowledge Management -- 3.5 Collaboration Models of Knowledge Management
3.5.1 Push and Pull in Collaboration -- 3.5.2 Collaboration and Communication -- 3.5.3 Embedding Collaboration into Processes -- 3.5.4 Management Philosophy -- 3.5.5 Collaboration Research in Knowledge Management -- 3.6 Least Effort Theory, Exchange Theory and Pecking Theory -- 3.6.1 Principle of Least Effort -- 3.6.2 Social Exchange Theory -- 3.6.3 Pecking Order Theory in Finance and Knowledge Management -- 3.6.4 Content and Collaboration Pecking Order -- 3.7 Contributing Personal Knowledge: Content Versus Collaboration -- 3.7.1 Supply and Demand of Personal Knowledge for Content
3.7.2 Supply and Demand of Personal Knowledge for Collaboration
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Foreword -- Contents -- About the Editors -- Part IManaging Knowledge, Projectsand Networks -- 1 Advances in Knowledge Management: An Overview -- Abstract -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 The Evolution of Knowledge Management (KM)---A Historical Perspective -- 1.3 Managing Knowledge, Projects and Networks -- 1.4 Theoretical Perspectives in KM -- 1.5 Towards a Network-Centric Collaborative Approach -- 1.5.1 Networked Organization -- 1.6 Managing Knowledge Using Social Media -- 1.6.1 New Approaches and Technologies for Capturing/Acquiring Knowledge -- 1.7 Conclusions -- 1.7.1 Organization of the Book

References -- 2 A Methodology for Systematic Project Knowledge Reuse -- Abstract -- 2.1 Motivation -- 2.2 Knowledge Management: Processes, Roles and Technological Support -- 2.2.1 The Knowledge Management Process -- 2.2.2 Roles in Knowledge Management -- 2.2.3 Technological Support of Knowledge Management -- 2.2.4 The Need for a New Project Knowledge Reuse Methodology -- 2.3 Project Knowledge Reuse---A Methodology -- 2.3.1 Types of Lessons Learned Sessions -- 2.3.2 Project Knowledge Reuse Methodology -- 2.3.2.1 Double-Cycled Lessons Learned Process -- 2.3.2.2 Roles and Responsibilities

2.3.2.3 Knowledge-Centric Project Management Process -- 2.3.3 Exemplarily Implementation of the Project Knowledge Reuse Methodology -- 2.4 Summary -- References -- 3 Knowledge Management and Enterprise Social Networking: Content Versus Collaboration -- Abstract -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.1.1 Purposes of This Paper -- 3.1.2 Outline of This Paper -- 3.2 Background: Knowledge Management and Social Media -- 3.2.1 Enterprise Knowledge Management -- 3.2.2 Social Media and Web 2.0 -- 3.3 Enterprise Social Networking -- 3.3.1 Definition -- 3.3.2 Limitations of Enterprise Social Networking

3.3.3 Other Issues Concerning ESN -- 3.3.4 Selected Previous Research on ESN -- 3.4 Content Models of Knowledge Management -- 3.4.1 Repository Versus Router Models of Knowledge -- 3.4.2 Centralized Versus Decentralized Control -- 3.4.3 Prepare Knowledge Ahead of Time or Use Just-in-Time Knowledge -- 3.4.4 Embedding Knowledge Content in Processes -- 3.4.5 Management Philosophy and Content -- 3.4.6 Gathering, Preparing and Embedding Content for Centralized Repositories or Routers -- 3.4.7 Content Research in Knowledge Management -- 3.5 Collaboration Models of Knowledge Management

3.5.1 Push and Pull in Collaboration -- 3.5.2 Collaboration and Communication -- 3.5.3 Embedding Collaboration into Processes -- 3.5.4 Management Philosophy -- 3.5.5 Collaboration Research in Knowledge Management -- 3.6 Least Effort Theory, Exchange Theory and Pecking Theory -- 3.6.1 Principle of Least Effort -- 3.6.2 Social Exchange Theory -- 3.6.3 Pecking Order Theory in Finance and Knowledge Management -- 3.6.4 Content and Collaboration Pecking Order -- 3.7 Contributing Personal Knowledge: Content Versus Collaboration -- 3.7.1 Supply and Demand of Personal Knowledge for Content

3.7.2 Supply and Demand of Personal Knowledge for Collaboration

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