Defining Knowledge: An Epistemological Foundation for Knowledge Management

@inproceedings{Biggam2001DefiningKA,
  title={Defining Knowledge: An Epistemological Foundation for Knowledge Management},
  author={John Biggam},
  booktitle={HICSS},
  year={2001}
}
Knowledge Management is a field of increasing popularity, within both the academic arena and the business community. However, although there is an abundance of advice on how to develop and manipulate knowledge-based systems (particularly through the medium of web sites), there is still confusion within the Knowledge Management community of what actually constitutes knowledge (this often manifests itself through poor university and business “home pages” on the Internet). This paper attempts to… CONTINUE READING

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