A Group Memory System for Corporate Knowledge Management: An Ontological Approach

Abstract

Organisations are increasingly recognising the importance of managing what they consider their most valuable asset: knowledge. This work is a contribution towards that end, proposing a system for representing, recording, using, retrieving, and managing individual and group knowledge: a group memory system. This paper describes the high-level objective of this research: the design and implementation of a group memory system to manage heterogeneous and distributed knowledge embedded in business process activities. This paper also discusses the role that ontologies may play in corporate competence management.

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@inproceedings{Vasconcelos2000AGM, title={A Group Memory System for Corporate Knowledge Management: An Ontological Approach}, author={Jos{\'e} Braga de Vasconcelos and Chris Kimble and Feliz Ribeiro Gouveia and Daniel Kudenko and Fernando L.P. Pessoa}, year={2000} }