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Creating Collaborative Advantage Through Knowledge And Innovation.

Author/Creator:
Hawamdeh, Suliman.
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Singapore : World Scientific Publishing Company, 2007.
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1 online resource (363 pages)
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Series On Innovation And Knowledge Management
Series On Innovation And Knowledge Management ; v.5
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Knowledge management -- Congresses.
Knowledge workers -- Social networks -- Congresses.
Technological innovations -- Management -- Congresses.
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Electronic books.
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Key Features:Ideal for both professionals and academics requiring a deeper understanding of knowledge management research and practical applications.
Contents:
Intro
CONTENTS
Acknowledgments
Preface
Chapter 1 The Business Transaction Theory and Moral Hazards for Knowledge Sharing: An Empirical Study Franz Barachini
1. Motivation
2. Background of the Business Transaction Theory
3. The Method
4. Results of the Survey
5. Conclusion
Acknowledgments
References
Chapter 2 Knowledge Management Techniques for Know-How Transfer Systems Design: The Case of an Oil Company Djilali Benmahamed and Jean-Louis Ermine
1. Introduction
2. The Method
3. Strategic Analysis
3.1. Strategy Mapping
3.2. Impact of Sonatrach Strategy on the PED Department
3.2.1. The PED, a Significant Reservoir of Strategic Know-how
3.2.2. Strategic Competences for PED
4. Professional Knowledge Analysis
4.1. Knowledge Mapping and Criticality Analysis
4.2. The Results
5. Strategic Alignment
6. Capitalization of Tacit Know-how
7. Designing Transfer Devices
8. Conclusion
References
Chapter 3 Pursuing the Holy Grail of Knowledge-based Economy Assessment: The Case of Singapore Alton Y.K Chua, Abdus Sattar Chaudhry, and Fong Pin Fen
1. Introduction
2. Literature Review
3. Methodology
4. Findings
4.1. Knowledge Creation Indicators
4.2. Knowledge Acquisition Indicators
4.3. Knowledge Dissemination Indicators
4.4. Knowledge Application Indicators
5. Conclusion
Reference
Chapter 4 A Shannon's Theory of Knowledge Benoît Le Blanc and Jean-Louis Ermine
1. Introduction
2. Knowledge Corpus
2.1. A Formal Model of Knowledge Corpus in KM
2.2. A Formal Model for Knowledge Corpus in Knowledge Engineering
2.3. Definitions and Notations
3. The Measure of the Quantity of Information of a Corpus
4. The Measure of the Quantity of Sense of a Corpus
4.1. Definitions and Notations.
4.2. Quantitative Characterization of a Semantic Graph: Gurevich Entropy
5. Measure of the Context of Usage of a Knowledge Corpus
5.1. Social Networks
5.2. Hierarchical Small World Networks
5.3. The Scale-free Networks
5.4. Measure of the Context of a Knowledge Corpus
6. Perspectives
References
Chapter 5 "Working in Parallel": Themes in Knowledge Management and Information Behavior Sue Halbwirth and Michael Olsson
1. Introduction
2. Knowledge Management in Australia
3. Knowledge Management Standard
4. Knowledge Management Literature
5. Knowledge Management: The Socio-Cultural Perspective
6. Information Behavior Research
7. Parallel Growth: Socio-Cultural Perspective in Information Behavior Research
8. Common Ground
9. Collaborative KM-IBR Research: The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) 'Knowledge Cultures' Project
10. Conclusion
References
Chapter 6 Altruistic Leadership: The Power of Knowledge Creation Maria Sarabia and José M. Sarabia
1. Introduction: Building Knowledge Framework
2. Organizational Knowledge Creation: Nonaka and Takeuchi's Theory
3. Building Leadership from Knowledge Creation
4. Altruistic Leadership: A New Behavior
5. Conclusions
References
Chapter 7 A Framework for Measuring the Value Creation of Knowledge Management Programs: From the Perspective of Organizational Knowledge Sharing Capability Kaisi Chang and Tony Holden
1. Introduction
2. Literature Review
2.1. Management Practices under the Name of "Knowledge Management"
3. Perspectives Towards KM
4. From a Knowledge Sharing Perspective
5. Cognitive Dimension
5.1. Shared Language
5.2. Shared Narratives
6. Codified Knowledge Dimension
6.1. Formal Knowledge
6.2. Know-how
7. Culture Dimension
8. Knowledge Contributing
9. Knowledge Transferring.
10. Network Ties Dimension
11. Compare with Conventional Framework
12. Conclusions and Discussions
References
Chapter 8 Social Network Analysis of Four Departments in the National University of Singapore Chu Keong Lee and Jee Foon Wee
1. Introduction
2. Literature Review
3. Background
4. Methodology
5. Results and Discussion
6. Implications for Management and Future Research
7. Conclusions
References
Chapter 9 Managing Collaborative Network Bruce Cronin
1. Introduction
2. Escaping Silos
3. Exploration - Exploitation
4. The Network Perspective
5. Challenges in Managing Collaborative Networks
6. Conclusion
References
Chapter 10 Context-aware and Ontology-driven Knowledge Sharing the P2P Communities Philip O'Brien and Syed Sibte Raza Abidi
1. Introduction: Community Knowledge Sharing
2. Eliciting Context for Knowledge Sharing
2.1. Peer Profile
2.2. Knowledge Sharing Tasks
2.3. Task Feature Relevance Matrix
3. Knowledge Sharing Operationalization
3.1. Peer Affinity via Context Matching
3.2. Context Monitoring
3.2.1. Semantic Propagation of Contextual Relevance Change
3.2.2. Relevance Decay
3.3. Profile Monitoring
4. Knowledge Sharing Workflow and Control Flow
4.1. Prototype
5. Concluding Remarks
References
Chapter 11 Approaching Scientific Knowledge Management from Actions Coordination, Computer-Supported Collaboration, and Concept Mapping Germana M. da Nóbrega, Eduardo J. R. de Castro, Edilson Ferneda, and Gentil J. de Lucena-Filho
1. Introduction
2. Characterizing Computer-Supported Scientific Collaboration
2.1. From Discovery Systems to Systems for Aiding Discovery
2.2. Computer-Supported Scientific Collaboration
2.2.1. Open Issues from the CSSC Community
2.2.2. On Supporting Tools.
3. On Actions Coordination and Asynchronous Collaboration
3.1. Actions Coordination Cycle for Establishing Engagements
3.2. A Three-Level Workspace Model for Promoting Collaboration
4. A CSSC Environment for Supporting the Elaboration of Research Projects
5. Conclusion
Acknowledgments
References
Chapter 12 Comparative Study Between Hotels and Airlines E-commerce Sites in Singapore Yun-Ke Chang and Miguel Angel Morales Arroyo
1. Introduction
2. Background
3. Objectives
4. Methodology
5. Data Analysis
6. Conclusions
References
Appendix 1
Definition of Evaluation Criteria
Chapter 13 Important Competences of Strategists and Decision Makers in the Strategic Knowledge Management Model Roberto Campos Da Rocha Miranda
1. Introduction
1.1. Justifying the Research
1.2. Context and Research Question
2. Theoretical Framework
2.1. SKM Model
2.2. Players in SKM
2.2.1. Strategist
2.2.2. Strategic Decision Maker
2.3. Competence
3. Methodology
3.1. Method and Technique
3.2. Population Features
3.3. Variables
4. Findings and Discussion
4.1. Description of the Sample
4.2. Evaluation of Competences
4.2.1. Importance of Competence Versus Kind of Professional
4.2.2. Importance of Competence Versus Expertise
4.3. Evaluation of Skills
4.3.1. Importance of Skill Versus Kind of Professional
4.3.2. Importance of Skill Versus Expertise
5. Conclusions
References
Chapter 14 Managing E-records in North American Colleges and Universities: An Overview of Current Practices Lisl Zach
1. Introduction
2. Approach
3. Preliminary Results
4. Discussion
References
Chapter 15 A Study on Measurement of Intellectual Capital Kernel based on Artificial Neural Network and Empirical Analysis Huang Ningyan and Shuai Liguo
1. Introduction
2. Problem.
3. Methodology
3.1. Significance of Introducing ANN
3.2. ANN
4. Model
4.1. An Empirical Study Based on BP Network
4.1.1. Data Collection
4.1.2. ANN Model and Learning Arithmetic
4.1.3. Software
4.1.4. Calculation and Analysis
4.1.4.1. The calculation and results
4.1.4.2. Analysis
5. Conclusions
References
Chapter 16 The Compilation of Math Pattern for Productivity in Industrial Organizations based on Organizational Climate Fattah Nazem
1. Introduction
2. Literature Review
3. Research Methodology
3.1. Statistical Sample
3.2. Research Tools
4. Research Findings
5. Conclusion and Discussion
References
Chapter 17 From a Property of the Average of Fractions to a Text-processing Interface Guillermo Oyarce
1. Introduction
2. Literature Review
3. Theory
4. Method
5. Division by Zero
6. Rules
7. Results and Discussion
8. Brief Description of the Interface
References
Chapter 18 Analyzing Computer Mediated Communication Logs Using a Markov Model Shantanu Pai and Qiping Zhang
1. Introduction
2. Markov Chains
3. Analyzing Communication Data with a Markov Chain Model
4. Discussion and Implications
References
Chapter 19 Adaptive and Contact-sensitive Information Retrieval Axel-Cyrille Ngonga Ngomo
1. Introduction
2. Related Work
3. Formal Specification
4. The Retrieval Process
4.1. Query Expansion
4.2. Feedback
4.3. Learning
5. Results
References
Chapter 20 Can Blogging be Used to Improve Medication Error Collection as Part of Health Informatics Knowledge Management? Deborah E. Swain
1. Introduction
2. Purpose
3. Significance
4. Theoretical Framework
5. Research Method
6. Data Collection
6.1. Data Analysis
7. Social Network Analysis
8. Results
9. Discussion
References.
Chapter 21 Face Work and Credibility on the Web Takashi Nakamura and Hiromi Yuki.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Print version: Hawamdeh, Suliman Creating Collaborative Advantage Through Knowledge And Innovation
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9789812707482
9789812704511
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