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Social Media in Organizations: Leveraging Personal and Collective Knowledge Processes
The findings indicate that social media supports both the personal and collective dimensions of knowledge, while integrating a social collaborative dimension. Expand
Using conversational agents to support the adoption of knowledge sharing practices
An agent-based system designed to support the adoption of knowledge sharing practices within communities based on a conceptual framework that identifies the pedagogical strategies best suited to support users through the various stages of the adoption process. Expand
K-InCA: using artificial agents to help people learn and adopt new behaviours
An artificial agent system, designed to help people in organizations to learn and to adopt knowledge-sharing practices, relies on a model borrowed from change management theories to support the gradual transformation of the user's behaviours. Expand
Conversational Agents for Advanced Learning: Applications and Research
Learning/training is an important application domain for intelligent agents technologies supporting believable dialogues and realistic virtual environments. In this paper, we first review, in sectionExpand
Integrating 'context' in e-learning systems design
Whilst there is a common agreement on the need to design e-learning systems able to take into account more explicitly the 'context' in which learners operate within organizations in order to achieveExpand
K-InCA: Using Artificial Agents for Helping People to Learn New Behaviours
An artificial agent system, designed to help people to adopt new knowledge sharing behaviours, and relying on a model borrowed from change management theories, provides customised guidance, mentoring and stimulation, supporting the user change from his old behaviours to the new ones. Expand
Towards Personalized , Socially Aware and Active Knowledge Management Systems
This paper proposes to extend current Knowledge Management Systems with functionalities that help engage users in a continuous and dynamic knowledge exchange and provide more tailored and active support to the users that take into account their competence, their role in the organization, their social network, or their cognitive style. Expand
Personal Knowledge Management: The Role of Web 2.0 Tools for Managing of Knowledge at Individual and Collective Level
The method of the present invention should be generally applicable to preparation and use of other cytotoxic biotherapeutic agents using chemical or recombinant derivatives of the TP-3 or TP-1 antibodies or PAP toxin. Expand
Matching competencies to enhance organisational knowledge sharing : An Intelligent Agent approach i
This paper describes an agent-based system designed to guide, monitor, and stimulate managers towards the understanding of knowledge management concepts and the adoption of knowledge managementExpand