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Transforming e-knowledge : a revolution in the sharing of knowledge

Author: Donald M Norris; Jon Mason; Paul Lefrere; Society for College and University Planning (Ann Arbor, Mich.)
Publisher: Ann Arbor, Mich. : Society for College and University Planning, ©2003.
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Provides examples of enterprises that are currently using e-knowledge to achieve significant savings in the time, cost, and effectiveness of deploying and sharing knowledge. Also includes vignettes and projections of best practices in the future that will use e-knowledge to build and sustain competitive advantage relative to historic market leaders in all fields. This book traces the three primary indicators of  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Donald M Norris; Jon Mason; Paul Lefrere; Society for College and University Planning (Ann Arbor, Mich.)
ISBN: 0970041322 9780970041326
OCLC Number: 51915441
Description: xii, 164 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Other Titles: Transforming eknowledge
Responsibility: Donald Norris, Jon Mason, Paul Lefrere.

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Provides examples of enterprises that are currently using e-knowledge to achieve significant savings in the time, cost, and effectiveness of deploying and sharing knowledge. Also includes vignettes and projections of best practices in the future that will use e-knowledge to build and sustain competitive advantage relative to historic market leaders in all fields. This book traces the three primary indicators of e-knowledge transformation: 1) Internet technologies, interoperability standards, and emerging e-knowledge repositories and marketplaces; 2) enterprise infrastructures, processes, and knowledge cultures; and 3) cascading cycles of reinvention of best practices, business models and strategies for e-knowledge. It concludes with practical guidance on accelerating your enterprise's readiness for e-knowledge in order to mobilize leaders and practitioners around the concept of e-knowledge, and develop an enterprise knowledge strategy explicitly driving business plans.

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