Integrated Analysis and Design of Knowledge Systems and Processes

  title={Integrated Analysis and Design of Knowledge Systems and Processes},
  author={Mark E. Nissen and Magdi Kamel and Kishore Sengupta},
Although knowledge management has been investigated in the context of decision support and expert systems for over a decade, interest in and attention to this topic have exploded recently. But integration of knowledge process design with knowledge system design is strangely missing from the knowledge management literature and practice. The research described in this chapter focuses on knowledge management and system design from three integrated perspectives: 1) reengineering process innovation… CONTINUE READING
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