Knowledge Management Still Remains a Victim of Technology


 
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Knowledge Management Still Remains a Victim of Technology
J.Jeyaseelan, ICT Consultant, India, Member
I believe current knowledge management concepts still remain a victim of technologies particularly data and document management technologies. The rich reservoir of knowledge that is now accessible over the Internet still remains out of reach, because of the limitations of the html framework that handles only text and the limitations of search engines that somehow manage to find something that is of use. My experience of using the www the last 13 years almost on a daily basis is that one comes across information that is often not related to what you are searching for. This is the reason why some kind of bookmarking that one accumulates over time becomes the main source of knowledge.
In order to effectively manage knowledge, we should be able to uniquely classify, identify and relate almost everything on earth. Only that framework would help us spend our time more productively in the area of knowledge creation, communication, application and regeneration....Register
 

 
Semantic Web and Knowledge Domains
Jaap de Jonge, CEO, Netherlands, Editor
You are right that generic search engine results are not so good as many people believe.
The
 

 
Knowledge MANAGEMENT is an Old Idea
Ennio Martignago, Management Consultant, Italy, Member
Before the document management systems, the main damage was made by ERP systems such as SAP that have forced a return to a departmental organiz...
 

 
Management & Technology
GRANZOTTO ARAMIS, CEO, Italy, Member
Dear all, in my opinion technology is an opportunity, it depends on how we use it and we allow it to enter into the organisation.
Anyway I...
 

 
Semantic Web and Knowledge Domains
PRASAD SN, Professor, India, Member
All language elements including semantics act as mediums of transfer of information in addition to pictures, videos, music, expressions, art forms, au...
 

 
Knowledge is Tacit
Mike Foy, United Kingdom, Member
If we agree with Polanyi's assertion that all knowledge is tacit and therefore needs a knower i.e. a map cannot read itself then the Internet i...
 

 
Knowledge Management Still Remains a Victim of Technology
M Schuller, Australia, Member
I agree regarding the difference between knowledge and information. Quoting Polanyi "We can know more than we can tell". He states that
 

 
Knowledge Management Still Remains a Victim of Technology
Remy, Seychelles, Member
Automation, the replacement of machines of the machines age. Just take the example of an accountant, learning all the accounting terms, concepts and f...
 

 
Knowledge Management and Technology are Complementary
Robin Stewart, Accountant, Canada, Member
No, I believe that knowledge management and technology are complementary. Within any profession there are specialists and generalists. Knowledg...
 

 
Not Just IT, but also Creativity and Innovation
Margret Schuller, Australia, Member
But who developed the software for the accountant? Technology like the accountancy software or other technologies allow companies to increase their in...
 

 
Strategic and Tactical Knowledge Management
santhosh, Management Consultant, United Arab Emirates, Member
Most of the times Knowledge Management initiatives are considered a support function or a supplementary initiative, on the contrary KM should be co...
 

 
KM Remains a Victim of Technology
Sudheendra G. Mudikeri, Management Consultant, India, Member
The issue here is we tend to pick and pack whatever the search engines spew out. The tacit and explicit are not segregated. Moreover my need fo...
 

 
Knowledge Management and Technology
george amissah, Consultant, Nigeria, Member
There has always been a relationship between knowledge management and technology. Improved technology helps in the area of knowledge creation, ...
 

 
Technology and Knowledge
Sanjay Verma, Business, Kenya, Member
Any technology is a result of knowledge. So, technology created by using knowledge can only be a tool/means/facilitator but always limited to t...
 

 
Knowledge Management > Technology > Knowledge Management > ...
ANNAJULIA HUNGWE, CUSTOMER SERVICES MGR, Zimbabwe, Member
Knowledge, at whatever level, is intrinsic to any holder of it. Out of knowledge comes, amongst other things, the innovation of technology. This techn...
 

 
Learn from the Neanderthals
Jaap de Jonge, CEO, Netherlands, Editor
Last weekend I visited the Neanderthal Museum (near Dusseldorf, Germany). Very educating! The Homo Sapiens Neanderthalensis developed around 12...
 

 
Knowledge is All Around
Jaime Gonzalez, Accountant, Mexico, Member
Technology is just a tool, management should always use its technical basis and experience to meet the objectives. Systems are cold, insensible withou...
 

 
Knowledge of Information Management
M. Pradet
Knowledge is how we use the information we have at our disposal for our survival, our growth etc. I believe that all business information structures s...
 

 
Ideas, Inventions and Technology
PRASAD SN, Professor, India, Member
Technology enables shaping the idea into purposeful product or service. Evolution essentially means each generation is progressively normalising with ...
 

 
Impact of the Semantic Web
srinivas, Lecturer, India, Member
With the advent of semantic web the software agents can compile, compare, negotiate and do all necessary activities that the rational decision making ...
 

 
Limitation of Information from Networks and Know-how Portals
Sokolova Tatiana, Analyst, Russian Federation, Member
I think that the problem with limitation of information obtained from networks and know-how portals is getting more serious with regard to perspetive ...
 

 
Technological Progress does not Directly Impact Humanity
Sokolova Tatiana, Analyst, Russian Federation, Member
@Jaap de Jonge (Editor): It is a well-known fact that humanity has not improved much, even today we can see very pri...
 

 
Technology Matters in Evolution
Jaap de Jonge, CEO, Netherlands, Editor
@Sokolova Tatiana: Thanks for your critical reaction. Definitely new technologies have caused sudden and major jump...
 

 
 



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