The Role of Leadership in Knowledge Engineering Systems and Neural Networks to Establish E-Government

M.A.A. Al-Dujaili
2013 Chemical Engineering Transactions  
In the last decade, under fierce competition and globalisation, the governments of different countries have taken to focusing a lot on the organisations that have a better Knowledge Systems Base (KSB) and neural networks (NNs) in industrial applications. In other words, those that have an identified level and superiority in a scope of how to obtain knowledge and its handling and application. In this context: management movements of the 1980s and 1990s and the new millennium include four new
more » ... cs: Quality control systems (QCS), Total quality management, Business process re-engineering and Knowledge Engineering systems (KES). As a result, this study raises a key question which is, what are theories and styles of leadership that are most appropriate for the application of the concept of KES? Are these available in the Iraqi city councils? It is believed that there are some kinds of leadership that are more suited than others to KESs. In other words, there are features which should be available in the leadership for managing knowledge more effectively.
doi:10.3303/cet1335111 doaj:80fc2b98ca1b489889909816c6af5bba fatcat:ntmwxbkupjfmdfyxurqyb53vqe