Knowledge Management (KM) Processes in Organizations

Theoretical Foundations and Practice

; Michael E.D. Koenig

Knowledge Management (KM) is an effort to increase useful knowledge in the organization. It is a natural outgrowth of late twentieth century movements to make organizational management and operations more effective, of higher quality, and more responsive to constituents in a rapidly changing global environment. Les mer
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Knowledge Management (KM) is an effort to increase useful knowledge in the organization. It is a natural outgrowth of late twentieth century movements to make organizational management and operations more effective, of higher quality, and more responsive to constituents in a rapidly changing global environment. This document traces the evolution of KM in organizations, summarizing the most influential research and literature in the field. It also presents an overview of selected common and current practices in knowledge management, including the relationship between knowledge management and decision making, with the intention of making a case for KM as a series of processes and not necessarily a manipulation of things. The final section highlights the use of social networking and commonly adopted Web applications to increase the value of social capital and to connect practitioners with clients and colleagues.

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Introduction
Background Bibliographic Analysis
Theorizing Knowledge in Organizations
Conceptualizing Knowledge Emergence
Knowledge ""Acts""
Knowledge Management in Practice
Knowledge Management Issues
Knowledge Management and Decision Making
Social Network Analysis and KM
Implications for the Future
Conclusion