An organizational memory for facilitating knowledge: an application to e-business architecture

@article{Chang2004AnOM,
  title={An organizational memory for facilitating knowledge: an application to e-business architecture},
  author={Jaegyong Chang and Byounggu Choi and Heeseok Lee},
  journal={Expert Syst. Appl.},
  year={2004},
  volume={26},
  pages={203-215}
}
Our economy is increasingly dependent on knowledge. Organizational memory (OM) contains knowledge that companies need to manage. This paper proposes a knowledge facilitating organizational memory (KFOM) to decipher a harmony mechanism of OM from the Oriental Yin and Yang perspective. KFOM clarifies an architecture to catapult the OM to organizational effectiveness. This architecture is made up of two layers: storage layer and facilitation layer. Storage layer represents task and domain… CONTINUE READING
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