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2009; Almeida and Barbosa 2009), or increasingly by automated means (Guo et al. 2009). Gavrilova et al. (2013) give a comprehensive review of how to develop ontologies. As mentioned earlier, the FKMO (Holsapple and Joshi 2004) is the best-known ontology for KM itself. However, Garbacz et al. (2012) point out an obstacle here: KM ontologies often refer to fundamental concepts (“primitives”) from outside KM which are not well-defined either, such as the meaning of “an organization”. Conclusion In this chapter, we have looked at what we believe to be the most important KM concepts and models.
Uk # Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2015 E. Bolisani, M. S. Edwards PEOPLE Provides support for Help design and then operate Help design and then use Makes Define the roles of, and knowledge needed by PROCESSES possible new kinds of Determine the need for TECHNOLOGY ICT INFRASTRUCTURE ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE Fig. 1 People, processes, technology and structure (Modified from Edwards 2009) work to do! The most successful ontology (on the information science definition) for KM so far has been the Formal Knowledge Management Ontology (FKMO) of Holsapple and Joshi (2004).
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