1 edition of Dynamic models for knowledge-driven organizations found in the catalog.
Dynamic models for knowledge-driven organizations
Murray E. Jennex
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Murray E. Jennex, editor|
|LC Classifications||HD30.2 .D953 2013|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781466624856, 9781466624863, 9781466624870|
|LC Control Number||2012023236|
Knowledge Management Models 1. KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT MODELS BY: Tilahun Deribe December 2. Outline • Introduction • The Nonaka and Takeuchi Knowledge Spiral Model • The von Krogh and Roos Model of Organizational Epistemology • The Choo Sense-Making KM Model • The Wiig Model for Building and Using Knowledge • Boisot KM model • Complex Adaptive System Models . The core of the criticism of organizations in a lot of the literature is that all. sorts of them (corporations, government agencies, and not-profit -for organizations) tend to be over-managed and under-led. Those organizations suffering from over-management tend to be slow to make necessary changes and therefore achieve less than what they could.
All the Knowledge Management models described in this chapter attempt to address knowledge management from a universal and broader perspective. von Krogh and Roos Model. The von Krogh and Roos model of organizational epistemology () is the first model that precisely differentiates between individual knowledge and social knowledge. Book Description. Sports Fundraising is a complete introduction to fundamental principles and best practice in sports fundraising. Focusing on the particular challenges of fundraising in intercollegiate and interscholastic sport, and for youth sport organizations, the book is designed to help students develop the professional skills that they will need for a successful career in sports or.
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Dynamic Models for Knowledge-Driven Organizations presents a widespread collection of research on the understanding of the managerial, technical and human issues associated with the use of knowledge in organizations while bearing in mind the design, development, and maintenance of useful knowledge management systems.
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To this end, a model for the management of the dynamic aspects of organizational knowledge is offered, using hands-on research and practical experience of Japanese firms. Models 4. Estimation 5.
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