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There is a growing awareness in enterprises about the need for adequate Knowledge Management (KM) in the organisation as a key factor to sustainable competitive success of enterprises. As working patterns are rapidly changing and more flexible organisational structures are emerging, the individual " knowledge workers " have to keep track of information and(More)
The paper presents results from NOPIK, a current IST project, which is in its final stages. A number of tools to support team-based problem solving activities have been developed and evaluated with the project users and with overall positive results. The toolset also sports a distributed architecture where separate installations and their content can be(More)
The notion of supply chains has been current for some time in the literature and in practice. Recently this has been extended to consider so-called extended enterprises. The paper considers extensible ontologies as a principle for integrated information and knowledge management and for knowledge sharing. Providing links between companies for the purpose of(More)