2 Technologies for Knowledge (D&P) KM is much more than technology Techknowledgy is part of KM Availability of WWW and Lotus Notes Since knowledge and the value of harnessing it have always been with us, it must be the availability of these new technologies that has stoked the knowledge fire.???
3 HP and Knowledge Management Lotus Notes and WWW, common tools * Electronic Sales Partner system Metaknowledge, searching, browsing, access, archival and navigation Connex Yellow Pages of experts Human side and technical side * Trainer s Trading Post Notes Reseller Info Common Set of Tools and Technologies Word Processor, Presentation and Spreadsheets DBMS, Search Engines, Communications Networks
4 Technology s Most Important Role in KM Extending the reach and range Enhancing the speed of K transfer? Extraction, Structuring, Codification, Generation? Wide variety of technologies Combine with human-oriented KM approaches dynamic K environments
5 Nonaka and Takeuchi (1995) Tacit to Tacit Socialization - P2P Tacit to Explicit Externalization P2T Explicit to Explicit Combination T2T Explicit to Tacit Internalization T2P Tacit FROM Explicit TO Tacit Explicit Socialization Externalization Internalization Combination
6 Knowledge Generation and Codification Knowledge generation Knowledge codification Knowledge transfer - spirals Tools Data management tools- data warehouses, data search engines, data modeling, visualization Information management tools - automated information search and retrieval agents, decision support technologies, executive information systems, document management technologies Knowledge management
7 Humans Using Search Tools Search engines that allow for entry of new, relevant information into the system: Examples of tools generally considered part of KM. Downloaded from a Google search.
8 Humans Using IT For Knowledge Codification Put knowledge in form that makes it accessible to those who need it Examples of tools generally considered part of KM. Downloaded from a Google search.
9 Humans in Knowledge Dissemination, Transfer Accelerate the spirals Socialization-externalization-combination-internalization Application - understanding - application - understanding Motors for change Transmission and absorption Groupware Wholistic applications Examples of tools generally considered part of KM. Downloaded from a Google search.
10 Expert Systems and AI IT to capture and manipulate K? I? Overly high expectations and over hype Expert Systems current status paper Limitations of AI and Expert Systems Benefits of AI and Expert Systems??
11 KM for Whitewaters Dimensions of KM Performance Increasing Returns Lo Structure From Hi Structure to Lo Structure Hi Structure Stable From Routine to Non-Routine White Waters From Stable to White Waters (Speed, Range) Non-Routine
12 AI, Expert Systems and CBR McDonnell Douglas Landing Planes CBR Customer Service Database Rule Based Systems and Qualitative Text Analysis Based Systems Role of technology vs. role of people Videoconferencing, telephone, PCs (??) Data Management vs. K Management How about C Management???
13 State of K Technologies The concept of KM technologies is not only broad but also a bit slippery to define K Repositories, Intranets, Portals??? Human brokers and Artificial brokers WWW and Lotus Notes Beyond?? AA KnowledgeExchange Future? Hoover et al., WebLuis, GrapeVINE?? K, Meta-K, XML, DAML, Beyond?? On-line thesaurus how about misspellings?
14 Knowledge Technologies Enabled by Humans While technologies designed for managing data are structured, typically numerically oriented, and address large volumes of observations, knowledge technologies deal most frequently with text rather than numbers, and text in relatively unstructured forms, such as clauses, sentences, paragraphs, and even stories.
15 Broad Knowledge Repositories Repositories of structured, explicit knowledge ABIInform, Lexis/Nexis, Dialog,??? Internet (engines, crawlers, ferrets, bots) Challenge: Quantity and Quality Intelligent brokers Humans and Bots Lotus Notes and Web Publishing Challenges???
16 Challenges of Lotus Notes (DP) Haphazard knowledge architectures Andersen Knowledge Xchange Technology issues People issues Difficult to Navigate and Search Integration of Diverse Sources Missing Supplemented by additional tools Hoovers, GrapeVINE, NewsPage, OneSource, other databases
17 Other Technological Aspects Knowledge Maps and Knowledge Charts Online Thesauri and Embedded Links Expert Locators, Yellow Pages, Profiling Expert Systems Challenges??? Constraint Based Systems Case Based Reasoning (Inference egain)
18 10-Step / 4-Phase Phase 2 and Step3 Design the Knowledge Management Infrastructure KMT-7
19 Infrastructure Foundations IT serves two primary functions Storage and retrieval Communications Network transfer and collaboration Selecting Technology Find K, Create new K, Package and Assemble K, Apply K, Reuse and revalidate K
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23 What Technologies Cannot Do Neural Nets, Genetic Algorithms (??) Beyond Black Boxes Street and elsewhere Data Mining and knowledge discovery What Technologies Cannot Do?? Human, Cultural, Social, Behavioral issues Dynamic discontinuous change issues Gaps Between Data and Knowledge?? K-Use, K-Creation and K-Renewal??
25 Differences of KM from Other Systems?? Between KM System and Data Warehouse KM System and Extranets / Intranets KM Systems and Groupware
28 Nonaka and Takeuchi (1995) Tacit to Tacit Socialization - P2P Tacit to Explicit Externalization P2T Explicit to Explicit Combination T2T Explicit to Tacit Internalization T2P Tacit FROM Explicit TO Tacit Explicit Socialization Externalization Internalization Combination
44 KM Technologies Form 1 LANs, WANs, VPNs, VoIP Bandwidth, ADSL, Cable, T1, DS3, OC3 Remote Access to Network SecureCRT, SecureFX Intranet, Extranet, Portals Video Conferencing, Data, Voice, Text, DSS, GDSS, CSCW, Electronic Meetings Mobile Computing, Wireless, PDAs Skills Database, Content, Quality, Currency Document Management (HP) Project Management, Workflow Systems, Digital Asset Management, Knowledge Management Tools and Technologies E-Business and E-Commerce Technologies
45 Knowledge and Technology Two dimensions of K?? object or thing Process (Remember the wave and the particle) On learning and unlearning role of T Of MIS, OIS, KWS and DSS old hat Lotus Notes vs. Web Whither Notes? Hello Web!
46 Collaborative Intelligence and Filtering Use what works how do you know Philosopher s trap versus foresight Customer Knowledge, Marketing Knowledge, Competitor Knowledge, Market Performance Link with T Stuck in the old model of static product, service and market definitions???
47 Other Issues Expert Systems CBR, Genetic Algorithms, Neural Networks, Fuzzy Logic, etc. Evolving Search Technologies Of tags, metatags and XML Push versus Pull with Personalization and customization spin
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