SELaKT - Social Network Analysis as a Method for Expert Localisation and Sustainable Knowledge Transfer

  title={SELaKT - Social Network Analysis as a Method for Expert Localisation and Sustainable Knowledge Transfer},
  author={Tobias M{\"u}ller-Prothmann and Ina Finke},
  journal={J. UCS},
In many organisations, conservation of specialised expertise is picked out as a central theme only after experienced members have already left. The paper presents the SELaKT method, a method for Sustainable Expert Localisation and Knowledge T ransfer based on social network analysis (SNA). It has been developed during a project co-operation between the Department of Information Science at the Institute for Media and Communication Studies, Free University Berlin, and the Fraunhofer Institute for… CONTINUE READING

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