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Knowledge Retention In ServicesRetenÃ§Ã£o De Conhecimento Em ServiÃ§os
(Univ Federal Minas Gerais, Escola BiblioteconomiaBelo Hori, 2016)
The Approach To The Administrative Mapping In Knowledge Management For Portugal Libraries
(Int Business Information Management Assoc-ibima, 2011-01-01)
In the study of theoretical trends in Administration, the management of information follows the development of theories of Administration; constant-adaptations are suffered. Information Science as Museums, Archives and ...
A conceptual model and technological support for organizational knowledge management
Knowledge Management (KM) models proposed in the literature do not take into account all necessary aspects for effective knowledge management. First, to address this issue, this paper presents a set of requirements that ...
Design issues for knowledge artifacts
(ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 2008)
The notion of knowledge artifact has rapidly gained popularity in the fields of general knowledge management and more recently knowledge-based systems. The main goal on this paper is to propose and discuss a methodology ...
Workers' Perspective About Organizational Climate in Knowledge Management: Automotive Assembly-Line Case
The purpose of this paper is to analyze the relation between Organizational Climate and Knowledge Management in the shop floor. The study is conducted in an auto part plant inserted in a Truck Factory with 7 partners. 44 ...
Relevant factors for tacit knowledge transfer within organisations
(Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2010)
Purpose - This paper aims to identify the pertinent factors for tacit knowledge transfer within a major state-owned Brazilian oil company - Petrobras. Design/methodology/approach - The research analyses the literature ...
Innovation by knowledge exploration and exploitation: An empirical study of the automotive industry
In face of dynamic environment, such as the automotive sector, organizations are challenged to establish strategic flexibility through innovations, which require knowledge exploration and exploitation. Previous studies ...