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Title Australian studies in knowledge management / edited by Helen Hasan and Meliha Handzic
Published Wollongong, N.S.W. : University of Wollongong Press, 2003


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Description x, 568 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Contents Part I. Concepts, models and justification of KM. 1. The search for an integrated KM framework -- 2. The strategic question: why manage knowledge? Part II. Generatiion, transfer and utilisation of knowledge. 3. Creative idea generation -- 4. A sense-making view of knowledge in organisations: the insiders' tale -- 5. Distributed communities of learning and practice -- 6. Knowledge capture and organisation -- 7. Generation, transfer and utilisation of knowledge: knowledge deiscovery and visualisation -- 8. Evidence-based practice: facilitating knowledge utilisation within communities. Part III. Socio-technological enablers and facilitators of KM. 9. Socio-technical foundations for knowledge management -- 10. The roles of computer-based KM systems -- 11. Measurement of knowledge: process and practice in knowledge management. Part IV. INtegrated KM solutions from business and government. 12. Relating KM to business strategy -- 13. Creating value by managing knowledge -- 14. Knowledge and business processes. Part V. Continuing issues and challenges for KM in Australia. 15. Knowledge management strategies in Australia: analysis of uptake and understanding -- 16. Continuing the knowledge management journey
Summary This book brings together the diverse approaches currently seen in knowledge management research and practice relevant to practitioners, academics, students and all those who want to better understand how the Australian context influences the application of knowledge management
Bibliography Bibliographies: pages 557-567
Subject Knowledge management -- Australia.
Author Hasan, Helen.
Handzic, Meliha.
LC no. 00002499
ISBN 0864187246