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A Business Process oriented Approach for the Identification and Support of organizational Knowledge Processes

@inproceedings{Strohmaier2003ABP,
  title={A Business Process oriented Approach for the Identification and Support of organizational Knowledge Processes},
  author={Markus Strohmaier},
  year={2003}
}
Process orientation is a widely recognized concept of organizing companies. With the emergence of knowledge management, new and challenging questions arise: How can knowledge management build on existing process management efforts? How can these two approaches effectively be integrated? How can organizational knowledge flows adequately be identified and supported by analyzing business processes? This contribution proposes a methodology and an according framework that address these questions and… 

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