Kennismanagement en Intangibles



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Kennismanagement en Intangibles


12 Principes van de Netwerkeconomie Kelly

Actieleren (Actie-Leren) Revans

Ashridge Missiemodel Campbell

Balanced Scorecard-methode Kaplan Norton

Bass Diffusiemodel Bass

Benaderingen voor de Integratie van Acquisities Haspeslagh Jemison

Bedrijfsintelligentie (Business Intelligence)

Capability Maturity Model CMM

Centralisatie en Decentralisatie

Chaostheorie Lorenz

CMM


Contingentietheorie Vroom

Corporate Reputatiemanagement Harris-Fornbrun

Diamantmodel Porter

Dimensies van Verandering Pettigrew Whipp

Distinctieve Eigenschappen Kay

Effect/Waarde Raamwerk Hammer

Faciliteringstijlen Heron

Fusie- en Overnameaanpakken

Groeifasen Greiner

Hawthorneeffect Mayo

Human Capital Index HCI

Inclusive Value Management IVM

Intellectueel Kapitaal Waardering

Johari Venster Luft Ingham

Kennismanagement Collison Parcell

Kerncompetenties Hamel Prahalad

Klanttevredenheidsmodel Kano

Kosten-batenanalyse

Lerende Organisatie Argyris SchŲn

MAGIC

Merkidentiteit-prisma Kapferer

Merkpersoonlijkheid Aaker

Merkwaarde Waarderingsmethode (BAV)

Mindmappen

Motivatie-HygiŽne Theorie Hertzberg


Ondernemingsarchitectuur Zachman

OODA Cirkel Boyd

Organisatorisch Geheugen Walsh Ungson

Organisatorisch Leren Argyris SchŲn

Overbruggen van Kennisleren Cook Brown

People CMM CM-SEI

PEST Analyse

Plausibiliteitstheorie

Portefeuilleanalyse


Voeg een methode / model toe


Positioneren Trout

Prestatie-categorieŽn Baldrige

Prestatieprisma

PRVit

Pyramideprincipe Minto

Pyramide van Maslow Maslow

RAROC Risk-Adjusted Return on Capital

Real Options-analyse Luehrman

Resource-Based Perspectief Barney

Risicomanagement

SECI-model Nonaka Takeuchi

SERVQUAL-methode Zeithaml


Skandia Navigator Leif Edvinsson

Soft Systems Methodologie Checkland

Spiral Dynamics Graves

Stakeholderperspectief (Stakeholderwaardeperspectief)

Strategie Dynamica Warren

Strategiekaart (Strategy Map) Kaplan Norton

Strategische Afstemming Venkatraman

Strategische Stuwers Wiseman

Strategisch Risicomanagement Slywotzky

TDC Matrix Internet

Teammanagementprofiel Margerison McCann

Theorie van Mechanistische en Organische Systemen Burns

Tien Denkscholen Mintzberg

Total Cost of Ownership

Value Based Management (Waardesturing)

Value Profit Chain Heskett

ValueReporting-Raamwerk PWC

VRIN Barney

Waardecreatie-Index

Waarde in Kaart Brengen (Value Mapping) Jack

Wetenschappelijk Management Taylor

Winst per Aandeel EPS

Zachte Activa Monitor Sveiby

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  Het DICK concept van Anand
Ik ontdekte deze gemakkelijk te onthouden afkorting: het DICK model van Sanjay Anand. Het benadrukt (...)
 
 
 
 
Hot Marktstandaarden voor Kennismanagement?
Voor het bepalen van de volwassenheid en het vaststellen van doelen en practices op het gebied van k (...)
 
 
 
 
  Knowledge Management Still Remains a Victim of Technology
I believe current knowledge management concepts still remain a victim of technologies particularly d (...)
 
 
 
 
  Constant Practice and Training
Knowledge and Intangibles Management should be bases equally on constant PRACTICE and TRAINING which (...)
 
 
 
 
  Wisdom Management: Can Wisdom be Managed?
In the discussion of the by Anand, the conclusion was reached that the highest level of knowledge i (...)
 
 
 
 
  MBA is Becoming a Rat Race
I talk about india.. Before independence it was the profession of law which attracted the best brain (...)
 
 
 
 
  Knowledge Management and Achieving Excellence
As we evolve, knowledge management is one of the elements for increasing the complexity of our minds (...)
 
 
 
 
  Does Education Lead to People Becoming more Selfish?
I have seen that nowadays people are more intellectual and concerned with education, acquiring more (...)
 
 
 
 
  Imagination and Knowledge Management
Imagination is like the way you predict tomorrow by creating it today. Knowledge management will hel (...)
 
 
 
 
  Knowledge Sharing in Projects
Please give me your proofread and your comments about the following text: In todayís highly competi (...)
 
 
 
 
  Imagination and Knowledge
As very rightly pointed out by Einstein, "Imagination" is more important than knowledge. It's simply (...)
 
 
 
 
  Knowledge Management is Important
Knowledge management is vital in any organization for it to survive in today's ever changing marketp (...)
 
 
 
 
  How to Make a Person Really Learn?
I think people often understand, and even comprehend the message of the lessons, but just a few real (...)
 
 
 
 
  Sharing Environments in Knowledge Management
Knowledge management (KM) is a dynamic process. Information comes from various stakeholders but is o (...)
 
 
 
 
  Are Current Education Systems Stifling Initiative?
Has the standardisation and testing regime in schools, and the demise of the tutorial systems (small (...)
 
 
 
 
  Knowledge-based Economy versus Network Economy
What is the knowledge-based economy (KBE)? What type of theories are involved, and how can we narra (...)
 
 
 
 
  Know your Enemy Within - Bridging Knowledge and Practice of Management
Demonstrated experience compels one to believe that individual traits overshadow academic credential (...)
 
 
 
 
  An MBA is necessary for any business
MBA is the only program which is the combination of theory and practical according to the business p (...)
 
 
 
 
  Why does University Life Scare New Students?
Why is it that students who are about to join university feel a bit scary about university life? I (...)
 
 
 
 

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  MBA? PROs and CONs for Individuals, Companies and Society
Management researcher Yehuda Baruch has analyzed benefits and costs of MBA degrees. He classifies t (...)
 
 
 
 
  DICK and DICKS concept by Anand
I found out about this easy to remember acronym: the DICK model by Sanjay Anand. It highlights 4 evo (...)
 
 
 
 
  Is Business Education Useful?
25,000 new business books are published annually along with millions of business articles. Thousands (...)
 
 
 
 
  Knowledge and Information
Knowledge is in someone's head and information is stored in databases. Information is easily acessib (...)
 
 
 
 
  Poor Knowledge Management in the Public Sector
Retirees in our public sector ministries, departments and agencies are a typical example of "knowled (...)
 
 
 
 
  How to Manage Knowledge from Experiences?
After World War II the global economy collapsed due to the heavy expenditure that most of the countr (...)
 
 
 
 
  From Knowing to Finding and Using Information
I think we will soon see a big shift in learning from a focus on "knowing" information to a focus on (...)
 
 
 
 
  The Knowledge Management Road Map of Tiwana
Firms do not only compete to sell their product, but also to acquire the best resources/inputs. One (...)
 
 
 
 
  Definition and Meaning of Knowledge Management (KM)
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  How to Judge Education Without Degree
The education system has converted knowledge to a set of degrees which are put in hierarchy. Quite o (...)
 
 
 
 



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