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Intelligence In Action

Author : G. Erickson
ISBN : 9780230348233
Genre : Business & Economics
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First book to combine financial results with proprietary benchmarking data and depth interviews with experienced knowledge practitioners. The resulting framework provides an inside- and outside-the-firm view of the risks and opportunities found in knowledge management and competitive intelligence.

Proceedings Of The 16th European Conference On Knowledge Management

Author : Juan Gabriel Cegarra
ISBN : 9781908272638
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Knowledge Management Business Intelligence And Content Management

Author : Jessica Keyes
ISBN : 9781420013863
Genre : Computers
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Knowledge management (KM) is the identification and analysis of available and required knowledge, and the subsequent planning and control of actions, to develop "knowledge assets" that enable businesses to generate profits and improve their competitive positions. This volume provides the framework for the strategic use of the information intelligence processes - business intelligence, content management, and knowledge management. In nine detailed chapters, the author explains every facet of these three subjects, enabling you to understand these sophisticated business concepts within the framework of information technology. Knowledge Management, Business Intelligence, and Content Management: The IT Practitioner's Guide discusses creation, protection, development, sharing, and management of information and intellectual assets through the use of business intelligence and other knowledge sharing and analytical techniques. About the Author Jessica Keyes is president of New Art Technologies, Inc., a high-technology and management consultancy, and is also founding partner of Manhattan Technology Group. Often a keynote speaker on the topics of competitive strategy, productivity, and quality, she is a founding board of directors member of the New York Software Industry Association, and has recently completed a 2-year term on the Mayor of New York City's Small Business Advisory Council. A noted columnist and correspondent, Keyes is the author of 19 books, including Auerbach Publications' Software Engineering Handbook, Software Configuration Management, and Implementing the IT Balanced Scorecard.

The Knowledge Evolution

Author : Verna Allee
ISBN : 9781136357190
Genre : Business & Economics
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The Knowledge Evolution offers a unique and powerful road map for understanding knowledge creation, learning, and performance in everyday work. This book reframes current thinking by delving into the hidden world of knowledge supporting both individual and organizational performance, laying the foundation for the emerging art of knowledge management. Packed with best practices from leading edge companies, essential guidelines, design principles, analogies, and conceptual frameworks, it serves as a practical guidebook for mastering the Knowledge Era. It will help managers make more intelligent decisions about knowledge creation, reduce wasteful technology investments and lead to new ease and confidence in applying knowledge and learning principles for themselves and for their organizations. Verna Allee delves into current thinking and practice to unravel the genetic code of knowledge itself. This revolutionary approach has surfaced a simple and elegant knowledge archetype. She demonstrates how this archetype can help us deal with complexity and suggests ways of self-organizing that make profound sense in today's networked enterprises. From strategies for core knowledge competencies to the key components of individual expertise, The Knowledge Evolution zeroes in on the critical success factors for the knowledge-based enterprise. What emerges is an approach to knowledge management that is simple enough to communicate at every level of the organization, yet rich enough to encompass all the complexity of modern enterprises. Verna Allee is the founder of Integral Performance Group, a consulting practice in California that specializes in the learning organization, knowledge competencies, organizational systems change, systems thinking, total quality and learning, benchmarking support, best practices research, and strategic development. She holds a degree in the Study of Human Consciousness and her work is informed by a deep interest in intelligence, human development, cognition, intuition and consciousness. She is the author of Learning Links: Enhancing Individual and Team Performance, Pfeiffer and Co-Jossey Bass, 1996.

From Knowledge To Intelligence

Author : Helen Rothberg
ISBN : 9781136402067
Genre : Business & Economics
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In the New Economy, intelligence will be essential for firms to gain competitive advantage—not just information or knowledge. Competitive intelligence, or the strategic gathering of knowledge about competitors, climate, trends, new products, has a long and successful history of generating competitive advantage. In this book, Rothberg and Erickson demonstrate how corporations can combine their competitive intelligence gathering with their internal knowledge management gathering into one dynamic system. Using real-world cases from the corporate world, the authors show how the strategic use of this combined system generates measurable competitive advantage. Topics covered include how be develop your strategy for sharing and gathering knowledge across the value chain, sustainable product development and innovation, manufacturing improvement, CRM and marketing, and developing a corporate-wide global knowledge strategy.

Transactions On Computational Collective Intelligence X

Author : Ngoc Thanh Nguyen
ISBN : 9783642384967
Genre : Computers
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These transactions publish research in computer-based methods of computational collective intelligence (CCI) and their applications in a wide range of fields such as the Semantic Web, social networks, and multi-agent systems. TCCI strives to cover new methodological, theoretical and practical aspects of CCI understood as the form of intelligence that emerges from the collaboration and competition of many individuals (artificial and/or natural). The application of multiple computational intelligence technologies, such as fuzzy systems, evolutionary computation, neural systems, consensus theory, etc., aims to support human and other collective intelligence and to create new forms of CCI in natural and/or artificial systems. This tenth issue contains 13 carefully selected and thoroughly revised contributions.

Knowledge And Business Process Management

Author : Hlupic, Vlatka
ISBN : 1591400740
Genre : Computers
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In today's competitive and global business environments knowledge is recognized as one of the most important strategic assets for modern organizations. With improvements in IT-based systems for handling knowledge, KM is becoming an essential theme of research into business success as well as a subject of new business initiatives. Knowledge and Business Process Management provides a unique and timely compilation of a multi-disciplinary views related to knowledge and business process management.

Knowledge Processing And Applied Artificial Intelligence

Author : Soumitra Dutta
ISBN : 9781483183923
Genre : Computers
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Knowledge Processing and Applied Artificial Intelligence discusses the business potential of knowledge processing and examines the aspects of applied artificial intelligence technology. The book is comprised of nine chapters that are organized into five parts. The text first covers knowledge processing and applied artificial intelligence, and then proceeds to tackling the techniques for acquiring, representing, and reasoning with knowledge. The next part deals with the process of creating and implementing strategically advantageous knowledge-based system applications. The fourth part covers intelligent interfaces, while the last part details alternative approaches to knowledge processing. The book will be of great use to students and professionals of computer or business related disciplines.

Business Intelligence Competency Centers

Author : Gloria J. Miller
ISBN : 9780470047194
Genre : Business & Economics
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Transform data into action for competitive advantage "The knowledge assets of an organization are becoming increasingly important for competitive advantage, and therefore, the way in which knowledge is created, renewed, and communicated is critical. This book provides practical insights into how this may be achieved through the establishment of a Business Intelligence Competency Centre and is a valuable read for 'information professionals.'" --Bill Sturman, Information Architecture Project Manager The Open University, United Kingdom "BI is more than technology and projects. BI must live in the organization--as a BICC. This book helps to make BI tangible and understandable, bringing it to life." --Miriam Eisenmann, Project Manager (PMP) CSC Ploenzke AG, Germany "This book is a must-read for planning and implementing your BICC. It is a pragmatic guide that addresses a lot, if not all, of the questions you'll be asking yourself. Don't miss out on getting a head start from the people who thought this through from start to finish . . . Pray your competitors don't get hold of this book!" --Claudia Imhoff, President Intelligent Solutions, Inc., USA "Creating a BICC forces the organization to focus on the importance of centralizing the gathering, interpreting, and analyzing of information to create business insight." --Anne Ulyate, Group Manager Business Intelligence Mutual & Federal, South Africa "BI is a highly visible element in the 'business value' trend for IT investments. Initiatives, such as competency centers, should empower user organizations to drive even more value out of their BI investments." --Marianne Kolding, Director, European ServicesIDC, United Kingdom

Knowledge Management And Organizational Learning

Author : William R. King
ISBN : 144190011X
Genre : Business & Economics
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Knowledge management (KM) is a set of relatively-new organizational activities that are aimed at improving knowledge, knowledge-related practices, organizational behaviors and decisions and organizational performance. KM focuses on knowledge processes—knowledge creation, acquisition, refinement, storage, transfer, sharing and utilization. These processes support organizational processes involving innovation, individual learning, collective learning and collaborative decision-making. The “intermediate outcomes” of KM are improved organizational behaviors, decisions, products, services, processes and relationships that enable the organization to improve its overall performance. Knowledge Management and Organizational Learning presents some 20 papers organized into five sections covering basic concepts of knowledge management; knowledge management issues; knowledge management applications; measurement and evaluation of knowledge management and organizational learning; and organizational learning.

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