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Building a Know-How and Knowing - That Cartography to Enhance KM Processes in a Healthcare Setting

Sahar Ghrab, Inès Saad, Gillesl Kassel, Faiez Gargouri
2017 Journal of the Midwest Association for Information Systems  
CL3) Likely Crucial Know-How or Knowing-That (belongs to decision class CL2) Non Crucial Know-How or Knowing-That (belongs to decision class CL1) List of visual variables used for concepts' characterization  ...  This framework is implemented in a decision support system K-DSS (Crucial Knowledge Decision Support System) (Saad, Rosenthal-Sabroux & Grundstein, 2005) which includes a new component CK-Cartography  ... 
doi:10.17705/3jmwa.00029 fatcat:tysulvpqjvacdj5amfllvnlbxu

IT Sensemaking and Internal Partnering: Field Notes on Barriers [chapter]

Neil C. Ramiller, Burt Swanson
1997 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Users may lack knowledge essential for playing a serious role in envisioning the potential applications for infonnation technology, and practical opportunities for their sensemaking may be procedurally  ...  The IS executive and his/her function may be ill-prepared to engage with business problems and may suffer crucial conflicts of affiliation.  ...  This has implications both for how the IS executive represents the innovation as substantive reality and organizational opportunity, and for how the IS executive actually thinks about the innovation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35092-9_11 fatcat:3frqwvhvxbas7pvr3tgusbcyjq

Analysis Of The Effects Of An Environmental Accounting System On Accountants Based On The Organizational Reform Theory

She-I Chang, David C. Yen, Hsing-Jung Li, I-Cheng Chang, Lin-Wan Chen
2011 Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems  
The introduction of EAS is considered a reform for many enterprises, but it is also a challenge for them, particularly with the accompanying scenarios and restrictions on organizational reform.  ...  Enterprises can use EAS to meet their expectations once the organizational culture is shaped, and individual demands and value can then be communicated to win the support of accountants for the reform.  ...  If the organizational reform has a negative influence on the organization members, the latter would likely oppose the organizational reform.Therefore, individual demands, value, and know-how of employees  ... 
dblp:conf/pacis/ChangYLCC11 fatcat:q64w6oyuzvgqphgbbiykjo3z24

Coping with Unexpected Safety-critical Situations - A Concept for Resilient (Simulator) Team training for Control Room Teams

Frank Ritz, Cornelia Kleindienst, Jonas Brüngger, Julia Koch
2015 Procedia Manufacturing  
development toward systemsafety.The present article describes the training concept that was developed for control room teams in a Swissnuclear power plant, with due regard to methods of organizational  ...  Sustainable simulator trainings should additionally include practice to cope with unknown and unexpected, potentially hazardous system states.  ...  While "know that" can be transmitted in form of precepts and rules, "know how" is acquired by practice.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.promfg.2015.07.228 fatcat:jqikfbnxxrh6vi4p2hvldfgyqa

Knowledge networking in global organizations

Eli Hustad
2004 Proceedings of the 2004 conference on Computer personnel research Careers, culture, and ethics in a networked environment - SIGMIS CPR '04  
The analysis indicates that an inter-organizational context for the communities and crosscommunities communication increase the complexity and difficulties for knowledge transfer and sharing mechanisms  ...  This article focuses on how knowledge can be developed and transferred in multinational organizations, and how 'communities of knowing' can stimulate these knowledge processes through global collaboration  ...  Ryle [38] argues that 'knowing how' is different from 'knowing what'.  ... 
doi:10.1145/982372.982384 dblp:conf/sigcpr/Hustad04 fatcat:w2hou2jzfzbzzctzq2iruy4c4q

Comprehensive View of the Factors Associated with Knowledge Sharing and Organizational Innovation

Majd Mohammad OMOUSH
2017 International Journal of Academic Research in Accounting, Finance and Management Sciences  
on knowledge sharing dimension IT support, organizational culture, empowerment leaders, rewards and its link with organizational innovation activities is widely acknowledged about new Tec, new market  ...  This paper recommends the organizations to adoption factors of knowledge sharing as a positive way to achieve innovation and competitive advantage.  ...  Real expertise is usually tacit but there may be additionally a super quantity of data, records and know-how that can be represented in digital shape.  ... 
doi:10.6007/ijarafms/v7-i1/2540 fatcat:qe4i3z5pqvetzk6gasq5373a5u

Knowledge Management

Michael J. Austin, Jennette Ciaassen, Catherine M. Vu, Paola Mizrahi
2008 Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work  
Based on the role of organizational culture, structure, leadership, and.reward systems, six strategies are identified to assist human service organizations with implementing new knowledge management systems  ...  new knowledge, and the multiple organizational and managerial factors associated with effective knowledge management systems.  ...  in a way that matches the organization's style, and (3) develop-. ing a reward system that support knowledge sharing.  ... 
doi:10.1300/j394v05n01_13 pmid:19064454 fatcat:qsu4g3ijvbgfte37fnr5z3yczu

Building talent: Developing effective leaders is as crucial as ever

David Berke, Michael E. Kossler, Michael Wakefield
2009 Leadership in Action  
Instead it provides a flexi-ble framework for designing a development system that fits your organization's needs.  ...  For example, it is likely that the organizational structure will drive development of new or different coordination mechanisms and processes.  ... 
doi:10.1002/lia.1276 fatcat:w4dkfn6bc5hexokkznjfacxgt4

Knowledge management: practices and challenges

Babita Gupta, Lakshmi S. Iyer, Jay E. Aronson
2000 Industrial management & data systems  
Organizations are realizing that knowledge is a crucial resource for organizations and it should be managed judiciously.  ...  Knowledge Management (KM) is a process that deals with the development, storage, retrieval, and dissemination of information and expertise within an organization to support and improve its business performance  ...  This concept is clearly supported by the emerging new organizational theories that imply that the only competitive advantage a firm has in the 21st century is what they know and how they use it.  ... 
doi:10.1108/02635570010273018 fatcat:np3kjdef3rdhvgzytkybzc42wm

Knowledge management: practices and challenges

2001 Measuring Business Excellence  
Organizations are realizing that knowledge is a crucial resource for organizations and it should be managed judiciously.  ...  Knowledge management (KM) is a process that deals with the development, storage, retrieval, and dissemination of information and expertise within an organization to support and improve its business performance  ...  This concept is clearly supported by the emerging new organizational theories that imply that the only competitive advantage a firm has in the twenty-first century is what they know and how they use it  ... 
doi:10.1108/mbe.2001.26705caf.012 fatcat:465dzg667ncltmehknfl54kpne

The Effect of Knowledge Management Processes on Organizations Performance

2020 Košická bezpečnostná revue  
The second objective is to identify the challenges that organizations may face in their approach to knowledge management.  ...  This article aims to achieve three main objectives which are to present a clear view of knowledge management and its various processes that must be integrated in order to improve the performance and productivity  ...  toward a common purpose, and are supported and rewarded for doing so. [18] .  ... 
doaj:98b53e32f819487e96b9e52e153f65a9 fatcat:zgu3fidqnfhrvmte2abvoex64e

Where can Knowledge-Based Decision Support Systems Go in Contemporary Business Management — A New Architecture for the Future

Shaofeng Liu, Melanie Hudson Smith, Sarah Tuck, Jiang Pan, Ali Alkuraiji, Uchitha Jayawickrama
2015 Journal of Economics Business and Management  
Decision support systems (DSS) are one of the most widely used management information systems in current business management.  ...  The focus of the paper is on the knowledge-based decision support systems, namely the KB-DSS, in support of contemporary business management decision making.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to thank a number of parties which have funded the work presented in this paper, including UK Engineering and Physical Science Research Council, University of Plymouth  ... 
doi:10.7763/joebm.2015.v3.235 fatcat:cislwu55wbdblonfzsqs2emxwq

Toward Management Based on Knowledge [chapter]

Michel Grundstein
2019 Knowledge Management [Working Title]  
That supplies a set of elements which raise awareness of crucial problems linked to the digital transformation of the organizations and transcend traditional solutions.  ...  The managers have to pass from a posture of authority and of control to a posture of incitation, of support, and of accompaniment.  ...  It touches on all the organizational and decision-making aspects of how she works.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.86757 fatcat:n3sp2ibmandind3icxxivqhcby

In this issue

1997 Human Systems Management  
How can team leaders assure that a problem really exists or that the identified problem is the right one to solve, or that it is worthwhile and cost-effective tb solve a problem at all?  ...  The amount of knowledge embedded in the group is often overlooked and neglected: how can a group of people (no matter how prominent) who know very little to start with, hope to formulate the problem or  ... 
doi:10.3233/hsm-1997-16102 fatcat:iegouhb6trdodmxbvuvcwn62lq

A Proposal to Model Knowledge Dimension in Sensitive Business Processes [chapter]

Mariam Ben Hassen, Mohamed Turki, Faïez Gargouri
2017 Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing  
expressive graphical representation of SBPs to identify and localize the crucial knowledge.  ...  Exactly, our mission aims to enrich and optimize the operation of « modeling and representation of identified SBPs » in order to increase the probability of localizing and identifying the crucial knowledge  ...  Furthermore, we reused some concepts proposed in the ontological modules IE&C (Inscription, Expression and Conceptualization) [11] , Know-How and Knowing-That [14] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-53480-0_100 fatcat:6aitmbk7bbh7tjs5nabwxpvveq
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