Optimal Knowledge Management

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Managerial and information systems professionals and consultants are interested in any new system that will help make their jobs easier as well as facilitate the needs of their customers. Optimal Knowledge Management: Wisdom Management Systems Concepts and Applications focuses on the essentials of knowledge management, business intelligence, and smart business systems. This publication highlights the shortcomings of past information systems and what can be gained from implementation of the newer systems not only ...

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Overview

Managerial and information systems professionals and consultants are interested in any new system that will help make their jobs easier as well as facilitate the needs of their customers. Optimal Knowledge Management: Wisdom Management Systems Concepts and Applications focuses on the essentials of knowledge management, business intelligence, and smart business systems. This publication highlights the shortcomings of past information systems and what can be gained from implementation of the newer systems not only for the company, but also its customers, trading partners, employees, financial institutions, as well as other interested parties. This book takes an innovative and dramatic approach to the development and implementation of information systems. Not only does Optimal Knowledge Management: Wisdom Management Systems Concepts and Applications explore a holistic approach to exploring an organization's opportunities and solving its problems, it also highlights connecting points of wisdom.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781599040165
  • Publisher: IGI Global
  • Publication date: 5/31/2006
  • Pages: 308
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.75 (d)

Table of Contents

Sect. I The challenge of optimal knowledge management/wisdom management systems
Ch. I Introduction to optimal KM/WM systems 1
Sect. II Underlying concepts of optimal knowledge management/wisdom management systems
Ch. II Creative thinking and problem finding underlie optimal decision making 24
Ch. III Computer storage and networking found in optimal KM/WM systems 45
Ch. IV Computer software found in optimal KM/WM systems 71
Sect. III Building optimal knowledge management/wisdom management systems
Ch. V Development and implementation of optimal KM/WM systems 89
Sect. IV Applications of optimal knowledge management/wisdom management systems
Ch. VI Optimal KM/WM systems in corporate planning 114
Ch. VII Optimal KM/WM systems in marketing 149
Ch. VIII Optimal KM/WM systems in finance 184
Ch. IX Optimal KM/WM systems in manufacturing 223
Ch. X Real-world optimal KM/WM system applications 257
Sect. V The impact of the future on optimal knowledge management/wisdom management systems
Ch. XI Future developments that impact optimal KM/WM systems 270
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