Dirk Frosch-Wilke

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The main aim of Knowledge Management (KM) is to connect people to quality knowledge as well as people to people in order to peak performance. This is also the primary goal of Learning Management (LM). In fact, in the world of e-learning, it is more widely recognised that how learning content is used and distributed by learners might be more important than(More)
Currently the Unified Modeling Language (UML) is an industry standard for object-oriented analysis and design of software systems. Accordingly, teaching UML is part of curricula in many universities engaged in the field of software engineering. Yet not much has been reported in the literature on how efficiently such courses enable students to use UML in(More)
In current organizations, the models of knowledge creation enunciate concrete processes and elements that drive the production of knowledge aimed at satisfying organizational objectives. The Knowledge Life Cycle (KLC) model of the KMCI provides a comprehensive framework for situating learning-oriented artefacts as part of the organizational context. Recent(More)
In current organizations, the models of knowledge creation include specific processes and elements that drive the production of knowledge aimed at satisfying organizational objectives. The Knowledge Life Cycle (KLC) model of the Knowledge Management Consortium International (KMCI) provides a comprehensive framework for situating competencies as part of the(More)
Competence development programmes are collections of units of learning and learning activities used to increase the overall effective performance of a learner within a certain task. The definition of a competence development programme is fairly complex and subject to variability, depending on the available learning units and components. Some instructional(More)
Die Beteiligung der Mitarbeiter als Instrument eines integrierten Prozessmanagements ist allgemein anerkannt. In diesem Beitrag werden unterschiedliche Beteiligungsformen von Mitarbeitern und deren Auswirkung auf die Transparenz, die Akzeptanz und die Prozessqualität bei der Einführung des Business Process Managements (BPM) beim Landespolizeiamt(More)