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IFIP Congress 2008: Milano, Italy - Knowledge Management In Action

Knowledge Management In Action - IFIP 20th World Computer Congress, Conference on Knowledge Management in Action, September 7-10, 2008, Milano, Italy

Mark S. Ackerman, Rose Dieng-Kuntz, Carla Simone, Volker Wulf

Springer, IFIP 270, ISBN: 978-0-387-09658-2


Invited Talk: Taking a Knowledge Perspective - The Future of Knowledge.

Laurence Prusak


Core Knowledge Management in a Designer Community of the Automotive Field.

Stefania Bandini, Sara Manzoni, Fabio Sartori


"KT" CarePacks - Collaboration Patterns for Knowledge Transfer: Learning from IS/IT-Outsourcing Case at a Swiss Financial Institution.

Malgorzata Bugajska


Knowledge Artifacts as Bridges between Theory and Practice: The Clinical Pathway Case.

Federico Cabitza, Carla Simone, Marcello Sarini


Managing Knowledge in Urban Planning: Can Memory Support Systems Help?

Adele Celino, Grazia Concilio, Anna De Liddo


Building a Framework for Actions and Roles in Organizational Knowledge Transfer.

Alexander Hoffmann


CoLinK: Cooperative Knowledge Management for Engineering Teams.

Michael Klingemann, Jürgen Friedrich


Conceptual Model of Activity as Tool for Developing a Dementia Care Support System.

Helena Lindgren


On Problems, Requirements and Solution Approaches when Supporting Knowledge Intensive Processes in Industry.

Christian Lütke Entrup, Thomas Barth


Third Generation Knowledge Management in Action: Relational Practices in Swiss Companies.

Jens O. Meissner, Patricia Wolf


Knowledge Management-in-action in an EUD-oriented Software Enterprise.

Bernhard Nett, Johanna Meurer, Gunnar Stevens


Business Finder - A Tool for Regional Networking among Organizations.

Tim Reichling, Benjamin Moos, Volker Wulf


Knowledge Management Capability Framework.

Birinder Singh Sandhawalia, Darren Dalcher


DYONIPOS: Proactive Support of Knowledge Processes.

Silke Weiß, Josef Makolm, Doris Reisinger


A Community of Knowledge Management Practitioners: Mirroring Power across Social Worlds.

Hiroko Wilensky, Norman Makoto Su, David F. Redmiles, Gloria Mark