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Managing Distributed Innovation Processes in Virtual Organizations by Applying the Collaborative Network Relationship Analysis [chapter]

Jens Eschenbächer, Marcus Seifert, Klaus-Dieter Thoben
2009 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
It will be shown that a qualitative planning of collaboration intensities can support real business cases by proving knowledge and planning data.  ...  Research activities supporting distributed innovation processes in VO are rather new so that little knowledge about the management of such research is available.  ...  In order to develop the collaboration intensity a five-step approach has been developed which links the needed information towards the identification.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-04568-4_2 fatcat:x4kq4fcnjfghzhrh4c7s3nlb5i

The Concept of Multifunctionality in Sustainable Land Development [chapter]

Hubert Wiggering, Klaus Müller, Armin Werner, Katharina Helming
2003 Sustainable Development of Multifunctional Landscapes  
One important step towards sustainable land use is therefore the identification of the multiple environmental, social and economic functions of land use and the subsequent analysis of how well specific  ...  The identification of sustainable pathways for proper land use development will play a crucial role in future management of rural landscapes.  ...  The first step towards sustainable land use is the comprehensive identification of land use functions and demands in a specific region involving the environmental, social and economic aspects of land use  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-05240-2_1 fatcat:i2fjungzonforjxxkb3upqeege

A Concept for Model Driven Design and Evaluation of Knowledge Transfer

J Bahrs, C Brockmann, N Gronau
2011 2011 44th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
This contribution reviews conceptual and operational models of knowledge transfer regarding their explanatory and descriptive power, leading to the conclusion that a closed concept to design knowledge  ...  Addressing this in a first step, a conceptual model of factors influencing knowledge transfers was elaborated and a pre-study to measure the impact of the factors on the success of knowledge transfer in  ...  The evaluation is extended towards a review of current approaches of modeling knowledge intensive business processes, which are expected to reflect a more on activities and therefore provide an operational  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2011.3 dblp:conf/hicss/BahrsBG11 fatcat:zvh5jqgvd5avjci4nbjlmrzkwu

LAGOS: learning health systems and how they can integrate with patient care

Scott McLachlan, Kudakwashe Dube, Evangelia Kyrimi, Norman Fenton, HiKER (Health informatics and Knowledge Engineering Research) Group
2019 BMJ Health & Care Informatics  
A case study approach evaluates the framework in an established health informatics project. Five concepts were identified and used to define the LHS learning cycle.  ...  Concept analysis and thematic analysis were used to develop an LHS characterisation.  ...  A case study approach evaluates the framework in an established health informatics project. results Five concepts were identified and used to define the LHS learning cycle.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjhci-2019-100037 pmid:31619388 pmcid:PMC7062338 fatcat:b2a6blwd5jhtrjfsgiex2gfghy

Blending BPMS with Social Software for Knowledge-Intense Work: Research Issues [chapter]

Nancy Alexopoulou, Mara Nikolaidou, Christian Stary
2013 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
However, bringing the BPMS and social software together is not a straightforward task in the context of knowledge-intense work.  ...  Several crucial issues arise that should be closely investigated for an appropriate approach to be developed ensuring an efficient execution of knowledge-intense processes.  ...  Given the issues one should consider, a first step towards this direction is the identification of the appropriate modeling approach to activity execution, the integration of networking and communication  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-38484-4_3 fatcat:cnywzeex4jem7lbrfumzyphnw4

Semantic Orientation of Sermons From the 1920s to 1980s—Areas of Consistency and Variability

Denise A. D. Bedford
2013 Journal of Cultural and Religious Studies  
In 2011, researchers at Kent State University undertook exploratory research into the knowledge management practices of religious communities, specifically the use of language in sermons.  ...  Religious communities are "knowledge rich" in both foundational knowledge and beliefs and knowledge practices.  ...  Second, it applies a more rigorous and widely accepted approach to analyzing the emotional intensity of language used in sermons.  ... 
doi:10.17265/2328-2177/2013.01.006 fatcat:ushs3oe3yrcrli3ayks22nr42m

Process oriented knowledge management: a service oriented approach

R. Woitsch, D. Karagiannis, P. Hofferer, B. Teuchmann
2004 Proceedings. 15th International Workshop on Database and Expert Systems Applications, 2004.  
This paper introduces a new viewpoint in knowledge management by introducing KM-Services as a basic concept for Knowledge Management.  ...  This text discusses the vision of service oriented knowledge management (KM) as a realisation approach of process oriented knowledge management.  ...  events with a large knowledge management community.  ... 
doi:10.1109/dexa.2004.1333519 dblp:conf/dexaw/WoitschKHT04 fatcat:wmljwapwmzgbbp7ytsrlpp4oey

GNOSIS: Knowledge Systematization; Configuration Systems for Design and Manufacturing [chapter]

Moriki Toyama
1997 Information Infrastructure Systems for Manufacturing  
GNOSIS aims to establish the framework for a new manufacturing paradigm through the utilization of knowledge-intensive strategies covering all stages of product life cycle, in order to realize new forms  ...  • Tasks and Deliverables Task 1: Establishment of Knowledge Intensive Engineering Framework; This task will involve a survey of current knowledge application practices and identification of needs for  ...  the establishment of a knowledge intensive engineering framework (KIEF).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35063-9_38 fatcat:vpvmughpovc2pir5aftpz6axvy

A Tool-supported Approach towards Water Efficiency in Manufacturing

D. Kurle, S. Thiede, C. Herrmann
2015 Procedia CIRP  
Against this background, the paper presents a structured approach for systematically improving the water efficiency in manufacturing companies.  ...  It comprises the identification and visualization of water related hot-spots subdivided into different respective water flows as well as six different water consuming sectors of a factory.  ...  Against this background of insufficient information about possible starting points for exploiting hidden potentials there is a need for an easy-to-handle and systematic concept allowing a structured identification  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procir.2015.04.007 fatcat:g7ywkqcqhfh55hwjxu2ut2iwme

Innovating and growing service-based entrepreneurial business – development model based on European and Asian case studies

Katarzyna Łobacz
2018 European Journal of Service Management  
The analysis reveals similar development patterns of service-based entrepreneurial businesses in all countries, thus enabling a formulation of 5-stages development model, which is highly knowledge intensive  ...  The study, using systematic grounded theory approach was conducted in the years 2010-2018.  ...  Therefore it is very relevant for knowledge intensive entrepreneurial ventures, but can be used as a roadmap also for less knowledge intensive services.  ... 
doi:10.18276/ejsm.2018.28/2-29 fatcat:ygjrhce265bg7i4h6bihlacqdm

Towards patient-related information needs

Loes M.M. Braun, Floris Wiesman, H. Jaap van den Herik, Arie Hasman, Erik Korsten
2007 International Journal of Medical Informatics  
Then we propose an approach to instantiate the model into a representation of a physician's information needs using the patient data as stored in a medical record.  ...  The quality of health care depends, among others, on the quality of a physician's domain knowledge.  ...  For the abstraction we used an approach similar to the one used by Ely, Osheroff, and Ebell [10] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijmedinf.2006.03.004 pmid:16647878 fatcat:clmyz3v7lbfvxere44a7zevlue

Towards a Knowledge-Intensive Framework for Top-Down Design Context Definition [chapter]

Nicolas Petrazoller, Frédéric Demoly, Samuel Deniaud, Samuel Gomes
2013 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
This paper presents a skeleton-based modeling approach enabling the definition of a knowledge-intensive design context at the beginning of the embodiment design stage.  ...  a knowledge-based design context for designers.  ...  (i.e. knowledge-intensive and living design context) offering an optimal environment to an embryo (i.e. design concept) until its complete development (i.e. detailed design).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-41266-0_26 fatcat:2ufm3q3iznbnjcdqwupv4zhpua

Using the Concepts of Transference and Countertransference in the Consultation Process

Marianne Miles, Janice Morse
1995 Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association  
Most consultee-centered requests involve a consultee’s lack of professional objectivity, as evi- denced by intense personal involvement with a pa- tient, transitory identifications, or more intense and  ...  COUNTERTRANSFERENCE Countertransference can be used to understand those consultee-centered requests in which nursing staff report intense emotional reactions toward a specific patient.  ... 
doi:10.1177/107839039500100203 fatcat:qfqv4itlffeitjf2el7vjytoqy

Cognitive and motivational effects of digital concept maps in pre-service science teacher training

Steffen Schaal
2010 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
But lectures, for instance, often are structured in linear sequence by a number of slides and are thus biased towards linear representations of knowledge that are not appropriate for most scientific disciplines  ...  The logfile-data allowed distinguishing learners according to the frequency and duration of their concept map use. Additionally, computer-related self-efficacy was documented as a moderating factor.  ...  They report positive effects in knowledge identification and interpretation using a digital structuring and presentation tool.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2010.03.077 fatcat:ucwr2xnamnhkjkeapf7vszxdry

Relationship between Brand Perception, Brand Identification, Brand Emotion and Brand Loyalty for Sports Event Sponsor Company

Jung-Hee Jung, Ill-Gwang Kim
2015 Indian Journal of Science and Technology  
Collected survey data were analyzed using convenience sampling method.  ...  Study subjects were ARENA, a sponsor company for 30th ARENA National Masters Swimming Competition and 246 male and female adult swimmers over 20 years old.  ...  Like this, brand identification occurs as consumers connect with high position brand. This can be regarded as a behavior to raise their self-concept 12 .  ... 
doi:10.17485/ijst/2015/v8i24/80018 fatcat:kvgntoqwzfcvzfycrouft2l5xu
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