Active Knowledge Models and Enterprise Knowledge Management [chapter]

Frank Lillehagen, John Krogstie
2003 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
We present in this paper a novel approach for integrating enterprise modelling and knowledge management in dynamic networked organisations. The approach is based on the notion of active knowledge models (AKM™). An AKM is a visual model of enterprise aspects that can be viewed, traversed, analysed, simulated, adapted and executed by industrial users. To integrate particular process technologies from the enterprise perspective of generic business process types to the individual work tasks at the
more » ... nstance level, our work is based on our process modelling reference model. It identifies 4 layers of process knowledge representation, from general process logic to actual, situated work performance. Process modelling occurs at several levels concurrently, and may start at any level. Learning within and between levels is supported using a framework for process knowledge management.
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35621-1_10 fatcat:edrwmhvjtnazzmjbcxcszumoea