Towards a Technological, Managerial, and Socio-Technical Well-Balanced KM Initiative Strategy Within Organizations
Grundstein, Michel (2012-03-22T11:27:22Z), Towards a Technological, Managerial, and Socio-Technical Well-Balanced KM Initiative Strategy Within Organizations, in Ribiere, Vincent; Worasinchai, Lugkana, Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Intellectual Capital, Knowledge Management & Organisational Learning – ICICKM 2011, Academic Publishing, p. 200-210 (vol.1)
TypeCommunication / Conférence
Conference titleICICKM 2011
Book titleProceedings of the 8th International Conference on Intellectual Capital, Knowledge Management & Organisational Learning – ICICKM 2011
Book authorRibiere, Vincent; Worasinchai, Lugkana
Number of pagesVolume 1 - 411 pages + Volume 2 – 462 pages
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Abstract (EN)In this paper, following a constructivist approach that is deeply rooted in our pragmatic experience within a large industrial Company, we argue that Knowledge is not manageable as if it was data or information. This leads to suggest KM as the management of activities and processes that help organization’s support and business processes enhancing their capabilities to utilize and create knowledge, more than focusing on knowledge itself. This change of paradigm induces to conceive a technological, managerial, and socio-technical well-balanced K M initiatives strategy. This pragmatic vision needs thinking about the architecture of an Enterprise’s Information and Knowledge System (EIKS), which must be a basis of discussion during the strategic orientation phase of a general KM initiative.
Subjects / Keywordsinformation tacit and explicit knowledge process (DITEK process); KM; Knowledge Management (KM),; individual’s tacit knowledge; commensurability of individual’s interpretative frameworks; strategic KM Initiative orientations phase
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