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Knowledge Management in Action

Knowledge Management in Action Book Review Reviewed by: Roberto Vinaja Mark Ackerman, Rose Dieng-Kuntz, Carla Simone, and Volker Wulf Springer Science+Business Media, Boston; 2008, 21 0 pages. ISBN-13: 978-0-387-09658-2 This timely book presents some of the latest implementations of knowledge management systems in multiple global settings. While discussing some of the latest conceptual developments in this area, the book complements the theoretical discussion with a detailed description of many action-based implementations. This revitalizing approach provides a balanced perspective of the new developments in the evolving field of Knowledge Management (KM). The organizations depicted in this volume are located in several nations, including Italy, USA, Switzerland, and Austria, which provides a global perspective to the analysis. The continuous emergence of new technologies provides a catalyst for the improvement of KM systems. Organization must understand the costs, benefits and potential risks of KM systems. This volume highlights problems, requirements and solutions identified on real cases. According to this book, organizations of different kinds, are becoming increasingly aware of the need to manage the knowledge used to 'stay alive, adapt and evolve' in an ever- changing environment. The volume was edited by Ackerman (University of Michigan), Dieng-Kuntz (INRIA-Sophia Antipolis), Simone (University of Milano- Bicocca), and Wulf http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Global Information Technology Management Taylor & Francis

Knowledge Management in Action

Knowledge Management in Action

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Book Review Reviewed by: Roberto Vinaja Mark Ackerman, Rose Dieng-Kuntz, Carla Simone, and Volker Wulf Springer Science+Business Media, Boston; 2008, 21 0 pages. ISBN-13: 978-0-387-09658-2 This timely book presents some of the latest implementations of knowledge management systems in multiple global settings. While discussing some of the latest conceptual developments in this area, the book complements the theoretical discussion with a detailed description of many action-based...
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Taylor & Francis
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Copyright Taylor & Francis
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2333-6846
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1097-198X
DOI
10.1080/1097198X.2009.10856487
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Abstract

Book Review Reviewed by: Roberto Vinaja Mark Ackerman, Rose Dieng-Kuntz, Carla Simone, and Volker Wulf Springer Science+Business Media, Boston; 2008, 21 0 pages. ISBN-13: 978-0-387-09658-2 This timely book presents some of the latest implementations of knowledge management systems in multiple global settings. While discussing some of the latest conceptual developments in this area, the book complements the theoretical discussion with a detailed description of many action-based implementations. This revitalizing approach provides a balanced perspective of the new developments in the evolving field of Knowledge Management (KM). The organizations depicted in this volume are located in several nations, including Italy, USA, Switzerland, and Austria, which provides a global perspective to the analysis. The continuous emergence of new technologies provides a catalyst for the improvement of KM systems. Organization must understand the costs, benefits and potential risks of KM systems. This volume highlights problems, requirements and solutions identified on real cases. According to this book, organizations of different kinds, are becoming increasingly aware of the need to manage the knowledge used to 'stay alive, adapt and evolve' in an ever- changing environment. The volume was edited by Ackerman (University of Michigan), Dieng-Kuntz (INRIA-Sophia Antipolis), Simone (University of Milano- Bicocca), and Wulf

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Journal of Global Information Technology ManagementTaylor & Francis

Published: Jan 1, 2009

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