Knowledge Modelling Techniques for Developing Knowledge Management Systems

@inproceedings{Abdullah2002KnowledgeMT,
  title={Knowledge Modelling Techniques for Developing Knowledge Management Systems},
  author={Mohd Syazwan Abdullah and Ian D. Benest and Andy S. Evans and Chris Kimble and andy. evans and chris. kimble},
  year={2002}
}
Knowledge management is fast becoming a commercial necessity for many organizations, in order that they manage their intellectual assets and gain competitive advantage. To maximise that advantage, knowledge management needs to be available across the whole of the enterprise. Before a knowledge management system can be built, the knowledge that pervades the organization must be identified and modelled. This paper reviews four important modelling techniques that are used to develop knowledge… CONTINUE READING

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