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Knowledge processes in globally distributed contexts

Knowledge processes in globally distributed contexts

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan in Basingstoke [England], New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Virtual work teams,
  • Information technology -- Management,
  • Knowledge management -- Technological innovations

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    Statementedited by Julia Kotlarsky, Ilan Oshri and Paul C. van Fenema.
    SeriesTechnology, work and globalization
    ContributionsKotlarsky, Julia., Oshri, Ilan., Fenema, Paul van.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD66 .K62 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 259 p. :
    Number of Pages259
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20008788M
    ISBN 100230007317
    ISBN 109780230007314
    LC Control Number2007052862

      This book explores the relationship between knowledge and context through a novel analysis of processes of representation. Sandra Jovchelovitch argues that representation, a social psychological construct relating self, other and object-world, is at the basis of all knowledge/5. Overview of Nonaka and Takeuchi’s Theory of Organizational Knowledge Creation In their book titled The Knowledge-Creating Company, Nonaka and Takeuchi proposed a theory to explain the phenomenon of organizational knowledge creation. They defined knowledge as “justified true belief” (p. 21) to reflect the context in which knowledge File Size: KB.

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    Context-Aware and Process-Centric Knowledge Provisioning An Example from the Software Development Domain tems must be aware of context, processes, and knowledge to have the following capa- with different products simultaneously and on teams that may be globally distributed. Due to resource and schedule constraints, developers should be Cited by: 1.   What is KM? Knowledge Management Explained. The classic one-line definition of Knowledge Management was offered up by Tom Davenport early on (Davenport, ): “Knowledge Management is the process of capturing, distributing, and effectively using knowledge.” Probably no better or more succinct single-line definition has appeared since.


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Knowledge Processes in Globally Distributed Contexts. This book considers the importance of organizing knowledge processes to overcome geographical, time zone and cultural challenges found in global work. This book considers the importance of organizing knowledge processes to overcome geographical, time zone and cultural challenges found in global work.

Providing tools to help readers find a balance between these processes it is a must read of practitioners, academics or students concerned with knowledge processes in globally distributed work. One of the key challenges is the management of knowledge processes of global knowledge workers. This book by Julia Kotlarsky (WBS), Ilan Oshri and Paul van Fenema provides frameworks and tools that enable the reader to consider how to develop, coordinate, and manage knowledge processes in order to create synergetic value in globally distributed contexts.

This book seeks to address one particular challenge, namely, the management of knowledge processes of global knowledge workers. This book provides frameworks and tools that enable the reader to consider how to develop, coordinate, and manage knowledge processes in order to create synergetic value in globally distributed contexts.

Developing a knowledge-based perspective on coordination: The case of global software projects / Julia Kotlarsky, Paul C. van Fenema and Leslie P. Willcocks Ch. Expertise management in a distributed context: The case of offshore information technology outsourcing / Ilan Oshri, Julia Kotlarsky, Leslie P.

Willcocks and Paul C. van Fenema. Abstract: Our paper introduces the Global Knowledge Management Framework (GKMF) which describes components and influence factors of knowledge management in globally distributed settings.

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Are we moving towards global markets for knowledge as we have global markets for information and products. Knowledge Management as an important tool in Organisational Management: A Review of Literature Funmilola Olubunmi Omotayo Africa Regional Centre for Information Science, University of Ibadan, Nigeria, [email protected] Abstract The emergence of knowledge-based economies has placed an importance on effective management of by: The answer is as simple as it is complex: knowledge—captured knowledge acquired in a specific local context that is adapted, scaled up, and replicated so that fertilizers get to the farmer, chil-dren get enrolled in schools, communities are sheltered from natural disasters, and File Size: 2MB.

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Increased globalization has generated a growth of globally distributed teams, which are characterized by geographical distance and used by organizations to increase innovation.

However, to be able to collaborate effectively, teams are obligated to continuously conduct knowledge transfer (KT) between different geographical locations. Thus, this paper focused on identifying the main barriers.

This book features both cutting-edge contributions on managing knowledge in transformational contexts and a selection of real-world case studies.

It analyzes how the disruptive power of digitization is becoming a major challenge for knowledge-based value creation worldwide, and subsequently examines the changes in how we manage information and. Ideal knowledge management practices that can be adopted in any organization To address the knowledge management gaps organizations must define a KM target operating model across dimensions - people, process, technology, metrics and governance.

Adoption of a comprehensive operating model will ensure that the organization’s vision and objectives. Knowledge management is the transformation of knowledge in the form of insights, understandings, and practical know-how that we all possess in other manifestations like books, technology, practices, and traditions within organizations of all kinds and in society.

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Based on results from the EU-funded ACTIVE project and complemented by recent related results from other researchers, the application of three approaches is presented: the synergy of Web and semantic technology; context-based information.The identified knowledge sharing challenges and practices in GSD can be classified in 6 main themes: management, team structure, work processes/practices, team cognition, social attributes and technology, in which the cost of knowledge sharing, contextual difference, and lack of openness were more frequent challenges for knowledge by: