Knowledge Management for Services, Operations and Manufacturing: A Practitioners Guide

Knowledge Management for Services, Operations and Manufacturing: A Practitioners Guide

by Tom Young
ISBN-10:
1843343258
ISBN-13:
9781843343257
Pub. Date:
02/28/2008
Publisher:
Elsevier Science

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Knowledge Management for Services, Operations and Manufacturing: A Practitioners Guide

This book is aimed at those who are involved in Knowledge Management (KM) or have recently been appointed to deliver KM in services, operational or production environments. The models and techniques for KM are well defined within environments with a distinct start and finish to the activity, for example the learn before, during and after model. Knowledge Management for Services, Operations and Manufacturing focuses on environments where activity and learning are on going, and a different approach to KM has to be taken. The book provides managers and practitioners with the necessary principles, approaches and tools to be able to design their approach from scratch or to be able to compare their existing practices against world class examples. Models and methodologies which can be applied or replicated in a wide variety of industries are examined and numerous case studies illustrate the journey that various companies are taking as they implement KM.

  • Written by a highly knowledgeable and well-respected practitioner in the field
  • Draws on the authors wide-ranging practical experience of implementing KM in various industries around the globe
  • Provides practical and realistic solutions to real-world problems via case studies from leading companies including BP, BBC, Orange, Chase Manhattan Bank and General Motors

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781843343257
Publisher: Elsevier Science
Publication date: 02/28/2008
Series: Chandos Knowledge Management Series
Pages: 208
Product dimensions: 0.50(w) x 6.14(h) x 9.21(d)

Table of Contents

Principles
Knowledge management models for services, operations and manufacturing
Performance benchmarking and knowledge management
Processes for learning from performance
Processes for learning from others
Communities of practice
The corporate knowledge base
Technology
Roles
Assurance and monitoring
The linkage with other management disciplines
Case histories
Summary and conclusions
 

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