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CKO wanted ? evangelical skills necessary: a review of the Chief Knowledge Officer position

Nick Bontis
2001 Knowledge and Process Management  
integrated systems span all of the aforementioned knowledge management tools into one piece.  ...  Knowledge management tools, processes, and software programs are considered artifacts that embody human knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.1002/kpm.100 fatcat:l5ndrqmv3rfwnlogag4oacvpg4

What Practitioners (Should) Want and Expect: A Personal Perspective [chapter]

Helen Hasan
2014 Advances in Knowledge Management  
This chapter attempts to speculate on what practitioners expect and want with respect to KM for the future.  ...  This chapter attempts to speculate on what practitioners expect and want with respect to KM for the future.  ...  KM can be seen something related to technology such as maintaining knowledge repositories, document management systems and Intranets.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-09501-1_8 fatcat:2dvvelcu3jgupjaqnhktxdrbdu

Entry Level Systems Analysts: What Does the Industry Want?

Erastus Karanja, Donna M. Grant, Shinetta Freeman, David Anyiwo
2016 Informing Science  
Towards this end, the study combines two sources of data, namely, a content analysis of 200 systems analysts' online job advertisements and a survey of 20 senior Information Systems (IS) professionals.  ...  Based on Chi-square tests, the results reveal that most employers prefer entry level systems analysts with an undergraduate Computer Science degree.  ...  , Information Technology and Systems etc.  ... 
doi:10.28945/3517 fatcat:jcmn676s5jgflapeieejqvfrl4

Self-organizing tool for smart design with predictive customer needs and wants to realize Industry 4.0

Alfredo Alan Flores Saldivar, Cindy Goh, Wei-neng Chen, Yun Li
2016 2016 IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation (CEC)  
A car customization case study shows that the SOM is able to assign new clusters when growing knowledge of customer needs and wants.  ...  production systems.  ...  Smart computational agent, which contains smart software to direct prediction in modeling functionalities, is the core technology [1] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/cec.2016.7748366 dblp:conf/cec/SaldivarGCL16 fatcat:di7ma2nxrbeezlylwi2tmts6ti

You Say You Want a Revolution? Hypertext and the Laws of Media

Stuart Moulthrop
1991 Postmodern Culture  
1:43 PM Do we really want a revolution?  ...  (no longer in the acquisition of knowledge, but in its production), what extra performativity depends on in the final analysis is 'imagination,' which allows one either to make a new move or change the  ...  In addition, subscribers and members of subscribed institutions may use the entire work for any internal noncommercial purpose but, other than one copy sent by email, print, or fax to one person at another  ... 
doi:10.1353/pmc.1991.0019 fatcat:imo3jp4vy5bvbmc3jtb65cpgp4

Facing the 2020 Pandemic: What does Cyberbiosecurity want us to know to safeguard the future?

Siguna Mueller
2020 Biosafety and Health  
world is under the grip of the Coronavirus diseases 2019 (COVID-19), and as many are eagerly trying to explain the origins of the virus and cause of the pandemic, it is imperative to place more attention on  ...  Their reliance on digitization, automation, and their cyber-overlaps have created new vulnerabilities for unintended consequences and potentials for intended exploitation that are largely under-appreciated  ...  few hacked employees, attackers may be able to access the internal computer system. • This knowledge may enable them to target additional employees with access to system management tools. • These credentials  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.bsheal.2020.09.007 pmid:33015604 pmcid:PMC7518802 fatcat:7dr37qbdubevbe2gkn6ojgiefe

How Similar is What I Get to What I Want: Matchmaking for Mobility Support [chapter]

Ute Schmid, Lukas Berle, Michael Munz, Klaus Stein, Martin Sticht
2014 Studies in Computational Intelligence  
The scenario is used to formulate requirements for a matchmaking framework. Similarity matching for support requests is based on hard criteria such as gender and on spatio-temporal constraints.  ...  We introduce matchmaking as a specic setting for similarity assessment.  ...  Acknowledgement.This work is funded by BMBF grant 16SV5700K (Technology and Innovation), Cooperation project Europäische Metropolregion Nürnberg macht mobil durch technische und soziale Innovationen für  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-54516-0_11 fatcat:yik7unagfjg4nkyltf4ik3yx2e

How Do You Want Your Chatbot? An Exploratory Wizard-of-Oz Study with Young, Urban Indians [chapter]

Indrani Medhi Thies, Nandita Menon, Sneha Magapu, Manisha Subramony, Jacki O'Neill
2017 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
If there was a more sophisticated chatbot, what would young, urban Indians want to chat about with her? What chatbot personality would be most compelling?  ...  To build this chatbot and its personality traits, we wanted to understand users' preferences, likes, dislikes, topics of interest, etc.  ...  In addition, a case study of designing a social software agent is presented [19, 39] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-67744-6_28 fatcat:ijin2uq4m5cehpabpcx4wecun4

Implications of social network sites for teaching and learning. Where we are and where we want to go

Stefania Manca, Maria Ranieri
2015 Education and Information Technologies : Official Journal of the IFIP technical committee on Education  
The purpose of the study is to reflect on some significant challenges and opportunities offered by social network sites, and how to exploit the latter, in relation to a number of themes.  ...  have been identified as those that deserve better comprehension and further research investigation: communication between students and teachers and appropriate professional behaviours; pedagogical and technological  ...  Up to now, several educational and academic institutions have supported teachers in the design and implementation of educational activities based on the use of a learning management system (LMS).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10639-015-9429-x fatcat:ag4pn6ms2vfndd46lj4e3y24me

Give the people what they want: studying end-user needs for enhancing the web

Tak Yeon Lee, Benjamin B. Bederson
2016 PeerJ Computer Science  
These studies demonstrate a disconnect between what end-users want and what existing EUP systems support, and thus open the door for a path towards better support for end user needs.  ...  The Wizard-of-Oz study investigates how participants would naturally explain three computational tasks to an interviewer acting as a hypothetical computer agent.  ...  To our knowledge, no prior WebEUP system has fully supported these functionalities for social platforms.  ... 
doi:10.7717/peerj-cs.91 fatcat:qs754yonhrgtxfskfy2hd3befi

Who wants to terminate the game? The role of vested interests and metaplayers in the ATOLLGAME experience

Anne Dray, Pascal Perez, Christophe Le Page, Patrick D'Aquino, Ian White
2007 Simulation & Gaming  
The following three-stage methodology is applied: collecting local and expert knowledge, blending the different viewpoints into a game-based model, and playing the game with the different stakeholders  ...  Low coral islands are heavily dependent on groundwater for freshwater supplies.  ...  Focused on social processes and local knowledge for managing common resources, Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1046878107300673 fatcat:5m46ba7de5ffdgronbx4bsgoji

Atoms Want to Be Free Too! Expanding the Critique of Intellectual Property to Physical Goods

Johan Söderberg, Adel Daoud
2012 tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique  
What do we get when this dictum is sampled with the old rallying cry: "Information wants to be free"?  ...  Constitutive of that critique was the exceptionality attributed to information goods (bits) vis-a-vis tangible goods (atoms).  ...  used by additional persons without causing any additional cost, then knowledge is such a good of the purest type (Machlup 1984, 159) .  ... 
doi:10.31269/triplec.v10i1.288 fatcat:xx4khaih5rc7hkonjtasimvw7y

Atoms Want to Be Free Too! Expanding the Critique of Intellectual Property to Physical Goods

Johan Söderberg, Adel Daoud
2012 tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique  
What do we get when this dictum is sampled with the old rallying cry: "Information wants to be free"?  ...  Constitutive of that critique was the exceptionality attributed to information goods (bits) vis-a-vis tangible goods (atoms).  ...  used by additional persons without causing any additional cost, then knowledge is such a good of the purest type (Machlup 1984, 159) .  ... 
doi:10.31269/vol10iss1pp66-76 fatcat:lyhi5jra3zfu5dqsazbnhrb534

The Future We Want: A Learning Experience to Promote SDGs in Higher Education from the United Nations and University of Valencia

Victoria Vázquez-Verdera, Juan Domingo, Esther Dura, Daniel Gabaldón-Estevan, Ernesto López-Baeza, Sonia Machause López, Fabiola Meco-Tébar, Silvia Rueda, José Javier Serrano-Lara, Isabel Signes-Soler, María Luisa Vázquez de Ágredos Pascual, Elena Martínez-García
2021 Sustainability  
It was the culmination of a collaborative project between students and faculties from different scientific, technological, social, legal, humanistic, and health disciplines that structure the University  ...  It explicates a process driven by the UV, on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the United Nations (UN), and in collaboration with the Service for Geospatial, Information, and Telecommunications Technologies  ...  After a negotiation process, three persons decided to take on this responsibility, adding one more person to the event just in case one of the first two suffered an unforeseen event.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13158550 fatcat:22lq6spq2fepdpi45er7oinrx4

"I Wanted a Profession That Makes a Difference"—An Online Survey of First-Year Students' Study Choice Motives and Sustainability-Related Attributes

Anna Oberrauch, Helga Mayr, Ivan Nikitin, Tanja Bügler, Thorsten Kosler, Christian Vollmer
2021 Sustainability  
Higher education institutions are obligated to facilitate students in the development of sustainability competencies, which enable them to act as "change agents" in their future profession-specific environment  ...  Therefore, students' study motives, prior knowledge, attitudes, and experiences regarding sustainability should be considered when designing Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) programmes.  ...  difference, which has a major impact on their behaviour to act in a socially responsible way [38, 39] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13158273 fatcat:zwqss4agaba4nbqdk34frp57na
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