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CONCEPT MAPS COLLABORATIVE CREATION IN PRODUCT LIFECYCLE MANAGEMENT

Daniela Oliveira, Mickael Gardoni, Kimiz Dalkir
2021 Proceedings of the Design Society  
Historically, information systems supporting operations have been developed with a specific department's culture in background.  ...  Due to this legacy, connecting data, information systems and people across the product lifecycle is an ongoing puzzle for organizations.  ...  CAPTURING TACIT KNOWLEDGE WITH A CONCEPT MAP: AN EXPERIENCE An exercise to explore the potential of concept maps was done with a subject matter expert from the staff of an organization charged with the  ... 
doi:10.1017/pds.2021.72 fatcat:atlib4loxfeodegxob2tpmzpjy

Management Accounting as Practice

Thomas Ahrens, Christopher S. Chapman
2005 Social Science Research Network  
This study is important to unite the interest of the users and researchers on the management areas to support information needed by today's managers.  ...  To identify the important management areas prioritize by today's managers and to recognize the up to date comprehensive contribution of academic scholars and researchers to management accounting literature  ...  Seventhly, Map G relates to individual judgement and decision making for both planning and control based on 48 links such as: Activity-based cost knowledge content; Activity knowledge structure; Accurate  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.816784 fatcat:c4rah2zqx5cspgsrpotrvcpgjq

From Organizational Memory to a Learning Organization:A Government Experience in Transition

Francisco Eduardo Rivera, William H. Howard, Michael S. Wei
2012 International Journal of Information and Education Technology  
The LL program was designed to capture lessons and potential best practices gained from programs, projects, and other activity successes and failures.  ...  The FAA operates in a dynamic environment in which changes are necessary and inevitable.  ...  FAA is facing challenges that require the agency to look for ways to perform work with reduced resources.  ... 
doi:10.7763/ijiet.2012.v2.161 fatcat:dhwwfvebingxpillrtcnmy5lyq

Information security culture: A general living systems theory perspective

Rayne Reid, Johan Van Niekerk, Karen Renaud
2014 2014 Information Security for South Africa  
The paper's objective is to show that an ISC can be viewed and understood as a living system.  ...  Information security culture (ISC) is often acknowledged as being a vital subculture within an organizational culture.  ...  For an ISC, the culture change process involved in providing the decider with knowledge and decision-making capabilities comprises the various activities involved in fostering a culture, that is, the ISC  ... 
doi:10.1109/issa.2014.6950493 dblp:conf/issa/ReidNR14 fatcat:fpafognqcbdulfoldkr2zqfjta

Graphic knowledge representation as a tool for fostering knowledge flow in informal learning processes [chapter]

Guglielmo Trentin
2011 Technology and Knowledge Flow  
The question is: when are these graphic representations useful for the professional communities in fostering horizontal knowledge flow in informal learning processes?  ...  The tools chosen for the experimentation were conceptual mapping and Petri Nets, developed collaboratively online with the aid of the CMapTool and WoPeD graphic applications. 2 Our specific aim was to  ...  Usefulness in facilitating collaborative group work, intended to discover the perceived usefulness of tools proposed in fostering or not fostering group work when dealing with aspects related to their  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-1-84334-646-3.50006-x fatcat:witwkhju2fge3gxumzt6fri47e

Organizational competence building and development: Contributions to operations management

Marlene Aparecida da Silva Gonçalves Zangiski, Edson Pinheiro de Lima, Sergio E. Gouvea da Costa
2013 International Journal of Production Economics  
The main objective of this paper is to comprehend organizational learning in a strategic context established by operations strategy, and focusing on organizational competences formation and development  ...  A conceptual framework is developed and tested using information from experts' interviews and secondary data collected from an enterprise knowledge management process implementation research project.  ...  He is researching 'Performance Measurement Systems' applied to operations strategy, knowledge management strategy and sustainable operations, and has worked for 20 years as a professor.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijpe.2013.01.021 fatcat:rbhntb744vhgtlnh2tijpdnwla

Leo: A Learning Environment Organizer to Support Computer-Mediated Instruction

John W. Coffey, Alberto J. Cañas
2003 Journal of Educational Technology Systems  
LEO provides the learner with a graphical advance organizer for the course, links to instructional content, various completion criteria for topics, and a visual representation of student progress.  ...  LEO can be used to organize CmapTools-type knowledge models or any other online instructional content.  ...  If they wish to work on a course with the Organizer, they must first be registered with the system and log on.  ... 
doi:10.2190/6m2x-h2ra-l9fk-9aw7 fatcat:a5utc3xjfvasrddevhndojtv4e

INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR KNOWLEDGE WORKERS SUPPORT
SYSTEMY INFORMATYCZNE WSPIERAJĄCE PRACOWNIKÓW WIEDZY

Mariia Rizun
2017 Informatyka Ekonomiczna  
The paper is dedicated to the Knowledge Management Information Systems (KMIS) as support tools for knowledge workers (KWs) activities.  ...  Operation of the KMIS is examined from the point of view of their compatibility with the tasks and actions performed by KWs -in order to enhance functionality of the existing systems.  ...  Knowledge Management Information System (definition map) Source: own work. Fig. 4 . 4 Fig. 4. Knowledge Management Information SystemsSource: [Probst, Raub, Romhardt 2010] .  ... 
doi:10.15611/ie.2017.4.10 fatcat:kuenxx7hcjf65ayxazxt42f224

Knowledge Management System for Railway Supply Chain Perspective

Mailasan Jayakrishnan, Abdul Karim Mohamad, Mokhtar Mohd Yusof
2020 JOIN: Jurnal Online Informatika  
Therefore, we have come up with a dynamic KMS for the Railway Supply Chain context that focuses on operational, tactical, and strategic perspectives on the information sources, value, analytics, and requirement  ...  Moreover, this KMS aims to redesign the Information System by promoting a reductionist approach to problem-solving and best decision-making practices within an industry context.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors wanted to thank the editor and reviewers for their positive comments and suggestions for correcting the nature of this article.  ... 
doi:10.15575/join.v5i2.675 fatcat:shgsxjivyvgfxb547p6u4bq63a

Modeling Creativity For The Multinational Firm

James W. Gabberty, Jennifer D. E. Thomas
2011 International Business & Economics Research Journal  
A common theme shared by all MNCs expanding into foreign markets is the notion of how best to manage the knowledge assets of the firm from all perspectives in order to achieve maximum performance while  ...  This paper examines the processes of idea creation within multinational corporations in parallel with the role that information and communication technology (ICT) plays as a driver of that innovation.  ...  In zone R 2 to successfully make explicit that which has been mainly tacit up until this point may require techniques such as content mapping, knowledge mapping, brainstorming, work flow systems and, as  ... 
doi:10.19030/iber.v5i10.3518 fatcat:g7fjxuv46nh6bm6lilbwctyj7q

Dynamic Knowledge Management Toolkit

Mahmoud Ghanem, Mohamed Kholief, Nader Nada
2009 International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management  
With the fundamental goal of fostering learning and knowledge sharing they have been shown to be an effective tool for displaying prior knowledge, summarizing, planning, scaffolding for understanding,  ...  systems.  ...  With the fundamental goal of fostering learning and knowledge sharing they have been shown to be an effective tool for displaying prior knowledge, summarizing, planning, projects management, scaffolding  ... 
doi:10.18848/1447-9524/cgp/v08i12/50713 fatcat:3wjtlpwr55f3fp7lvwztdfq7de

Teleoperation mechanisms in a multi-agent system

Vasco Santos, Pedro Santana, Luis Correia, Jose Barata
2008 2008 IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation  
In this paper a multi-agent system for robot teleoperation is proposed. Several entities (e.g. robot or human) can easily be added and removed.  ...  In addition, this approach fosters a shared notion of reality to every entity present in the network, through a mechanism similar to the distributed blackboard architecture.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank Carlos Cândido and Paulo Santos for their support on preparing the experimental setup. This work was partially supported by FCT/MCTES grant No.  ... 
doi:10.1109/etfa.2008.4638389 dblp:conf/etfa/SantosSCB08 fatcat:mmd3zsvhyjd6bail5pjwlw3gj4

Managing Knowledge and Technology to Foster Innovation at The Ohio State University Medical Center

Timothy J. Cain, Ruey L. Rodman, Fred Sanfilippo, Susan M. Kroll
2005 Academic Medicine  
Keeping up with this demand, anticipating what the next operating system or application release will bring, and having staff trained and ready to support the next mobile computing device that finds its  ...  The ubiquity of technology and knowledge-based systems across mission areas continues to drive demand for expertise, infrastructure, training, and support.  ...  The authors discuss how discovering, applying, and sharing new knowledge, information assets, and technologies in this way is a collaborative process.  ... 
doi:10.1097/00001888-200511000-00010 pmid:16249301 fatcat:64pwi7gxvfbwdhrbazcczqh3ya

Strategies for Information Design and Processing of Multimedia Instructional Software —Based on Richard E. Mayer's Multimedia Instructional Design Principles

Shan Ge, Xiaoyun Lai
2021 International Journal of Educational Technology and Learning  
To maximize learners' cognitive processing of information, the information design and processing of multimedia instructional software must be consistent with the multimedia learning theory and mechanism  ...  Since there are severe limits on the amount of information processed in human working memory, multimedia instructional messages should be so designed as to guide appropriate cognitive processing during  ...  : one is verbal system used to process verbal information, the other is image system used to process visual information (Paivio, 1986 ).  ... 
doi:10.20448/2003.101.40.46 fatcat:xercq3lsyzdprlpftoeb5kihvy

Developing organizational learning for scaling‐up community‐based primary health care in Ghana

John Koku Awoonor‐Williams, James F. Phillips
2021 Learning Health Systems  
capture, lateral exchanges for fostering peer learning at each system level, and top-down processes for communicating results as policy.  ...  The conduct, interpretation, and dissemination of results that emerged comprised a strategy for achieving systems learning by conducting investigations in phases in conjunction with bottom-up knowledge  ...  with reviewing results for gauging policy implications. 35, 36 This combination of knowledge capture and utilization activities equipped CHPS with means for generating the upward flow of information  ... 
doi:10.1002/lrh2.10282 pmid:35036554 pmcid:PMC8753302 fatcat:4jsl4udwa5fabmbdbu52ydsuxa
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