This book shows how to develop process-oriented methodologies, covers both interorganizational and enterprises models, discusses how knowledge management can dramatically reduce costs and increase speed of response, presents a wide range of quantitative methods applied to various knowledge engineering problems, and offers several graphical presentations of models and processes.
Academicians and practitioners in the area of knowledge management and engineering, especially managers in industries will fine this book useful. The material might also be useful in knowledge management graduate studies.
Chapter 2. Knowledge Processes, Intensity and Innovation
Chapter 3. Knowledge with Innovation Performance
Chapter 4. Knowledge and Innovation in Networked Environments
Chapter 5. Knowledge and Organizational Business Loss
Chapter 6. Knowledge Sharing Using Semantic Web
Chapter 7. Knowledge Sharing and Tax Payment
Chapter 8. Knowledge Sharing for Enterprise Resources
Chapter 9. Knowledge Sharing and Organizational Culture
Chapter 10. Knowledge Sharing and Learning Capability
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