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Knowledge management in health: a systematic literature review
Rocha, Elyrose Sousa Brito;Nagliate, Patricia;Furlan, Claudia Elisangela Bis;Rocha Jr, Kerson;Trevizan, Maria Auxiliadora;Mendes, Isabel Amélia Costa;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692012000200024
Abstract: knowledge has been used as a resource for intelligent and effective action planning in organizations. interest in research on knowledge management processes has intensified in different areas. a systematic literature review was accomplished, based on the question: what are the contributions of brazilian and international journal publications on knowledge management in health? the sample totaled 32 items that complied with the inclusion criteria. the results showed that 78% of journals that published on the theme are international, 77% of researchers work in higher education and 65% have a ph.d. the texts gave rise to five thematic categories, mainly: development of knowledge management systems in health (37.5%), discussion of knowledge management application in health (28.1%) and nurses' function in knowledge management (18.7%).
Knowledge Management Practices in a Successful Research and Development Organization  [cached]
Jasemi, Milad,Piri, Morteza
Open Journal of Knowledge Management , 2012,
Abstract: In this paper after a review on the concept and literature of knowledge management, the conceptual model of a successful knowledge management system that is currently being applied in a research and development organization is presented and discussed. The main contribution of the paper is presenting the model in its useful and practical status without becoming involved in theoretical discussions that have different shapes but similar meanings.
Data Mining and Its Applications for Knowledge Management: A Literature Review from 2007 to 2012  [PDF]
Tipawan Silwattananusarn,Kulthida Tuamsuk
Computer Science , 2012,
Abstract: Data mining is one of the most important steps of the knowledge discovery in databases process and is considered as significant subfield in knowledge management. Research in data mining continues growing in business and in learning organization over coming decades. This review paper explores the applications of data mining techniques which have been developed to support knowledge management process. The journal articles indexed in ScienceDirect Database from 2007 to 2012 are analyzed and classified. The discussion on the findings is divided into 4 topics: (i) knowledge resource; (ii) knowledge types and/or knowledge datasets; (iii) data mining tasks; and (iv) data mining techniques and applications used in knowledge management. The article first briefly describes the definition of data mining and data mining functionality. Then the knowledge management rationale and major knowledge management tools integrated in knowledge management cycle are described. Finally, the applications of data mining techniques in the process of knowledge management are summarized and discussed.
Knowledge Management through Technology: Exploring Extant Research Using nVivo  [PDF]
Vinay Kumar Sharma, Madhurima Deb
Theoretical Economics Letters (TEL) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/tel.2019.94050
Abstract: This research paper aims to systematically explore the knowledge management and knowledge management system through technology by performing a rigorous and computer assisted review. The research attempts to further the understanding of issued and innovations related to knowledge management in organizations and helps us see the future avenues in this field. The key contribution of this research is its computer based qualitative content analysis across genres to attain the above objectives. The finding of the study suggests that Knowledge Management is spread across three factors namely, 1) Knowledge acquisition, 2) Knowledge application, and 3) Knowledge storage. These three factors are linked to IT platform or technology then it leads to dissemination, awareness, accessibility etc of the Knowledge.
A Review: Knowledge Management Framework for Drug Rehabilitation Centre  [cached]
Zainul Akramin Mohd Drus,Dalbir Singh,Rosmadi Mokhtar
Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology , 2013,
Abstract: Knowledge management activity is a relevant construct for the analysis of the organization and functional behavior in primary care practices. The increased interest in knowledge management framework can be associated to many elements including the advances in information and communication technologies; data and information overload; and, the need for managing and utilizing intellectual organization resources. Various researches investigated and developed knowledge management framework to assist healthcare clinicians in managing the practices and quality care to patients. A drug rehabilitation centre confronts information overloading of drug treatment related information which lead to ineffective and inefficient of drug rehabilitation treatment and progress monitoring. Therefore, this research aims to investigate the drug rehabilitation centre on improving the dissemination of knowledge. It is an investigation research that ventures into emerging and potentially transformative research ideas which focuses on various levels of surveys, observation and interviews. This research will involve several steps including literature review and information gathering identification of initial framework properties. These steps will be performed in an incremental manner. In terms of scope it is limited to focus on the impact of knowledge management practices on measuring the effectiveness and dissemination of knowledge in drug rehabilitation centre.
Data Mining and Its Applications for Knowledge Management : A Literature Review from 2007 to 2012
Tipawan Silwattananusarn,KulthidaTuamsuk
International Journal of Data Mining & Knowledge Management Process , 2012,
Abstract: Data mining is one of the most important steps of the knowledge discovery in databases process and isconsidered as significant subfield in knowledge management. Research in data mining continues growingin business and in learning organization over coming decades. This review paper explores the applicationsof data mining techniques which have been developed to support knowledge management process. Thejournal articles indexed in ScienceDirect Database from 2007 to 2012 are analyzed and classified. Thediscussion on the findings is divided into 4 topics: (i) knowledge resource; (ii) knowledge types and/orknowledge datasets; (iii) data mining tasks; and (iv) data mining techniques and applications used inknowledge management. The article first briefly describes the definition of data mining and data miningfunctionality. Then the knowledge management rationale and major knowledge management toolsintegrated in knowledge management cycle are described. Finally, the applications of data miningtechniques in the process of knowledge management are summarized and discussed.
Research on Knowledge Assets Assessment Based on the Context of the Global Knowledge Management  [cached]
Jiansheng Tang,Chenghong Li
International Journal of Business and Management , 2010, DOI: 10.5539/ijbm.v5n10p69
Abstract: This article thinks that knowledge management includes knowledge learning and knowledge innovation, the value of knowledge in these two areas is produced, and after these two processes, have knowledge assets. In this paper, the ideas and methods of assessment about knowledge assets are proposed in the field of knowledge management, and analysis and research on these methods.
A review on recent advances on knowledge management implementations
Ali Makhsousi,Jamshid Salehi Sadaghiani,Maghsoud Amiri
Management Science Letters , 2013,
Abstract: Knowledge management plays an essential role on developing efficient systems in educational systems. However, there are different factors influencing the success of knowledge management. In this paper, we review recent advances on implementation of knowledge management (KM) in different areas and discuss why some of KM implementations fail and how they could turn to a successful one. The review focus more on recently published papers in different perspective from the implementation of KM in educational units to KM implementation on project management field.
Integrative Research and Transdisciplinary Knowledge Production: A Review of Barriers and Bridges
Robert Axelsson
Journal of Landscape Ecology , 2010, DOI: 10.2478/v10285-012-0025-0
Abstract: Contemporary policies about use of natural resources clearly pronounce sustainable development towards the goal sustainability as a focal objective. A key challenge for research is to support improvements and management by evaluation of sustainability policy implementation, i.e. outcomes on the ground and the social process in actual landscapes. However, while a landscape consists of integrated social and ecological subsystems and should thus be treated as a holistic unit or system, most research and postgraduate training is disciplinary. This means that very few researchers are equipped to solve problems or contribute to solutions in the non-academic world. There is thus a need for universities to learn integrative (interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary) research and knowledge production that meets complex challenges related to sustainable development and sustainability issues as for example management and governance of natural resources. In this paper I review the background, concepts and the barriers and bridges to integrative research and knowledge production. As a base for evaluation and development of integrative research projects I propose a normative model for integrative knowledge production processes. This was done through a literature review and a study of an integrative research project. I discuss how transdisciplinary research about landscapes and to solve complex sustainability issues can be designed, viz. (1) there is a need for a common understanding of different types of integrative research, (2) an outspoken aim to develop socially robust knowledge, (3) a model for transdisciplinary collaborative learning processes, and (4) a funding scheme that include academic and non-academic participants and matches the long process of partnership building during the full knowledge production process, from problem identification/definition to an improvement or a management solution.
The Limitations of Knowledge Management and Competitive Advantage
David McLaughlin
Bulletin of Applied Computing and Information Technology , 2006,
Abstract: Competitive advantage is an attribute that organisations strive for. The weapon of choice that many select is a Knowledge Management System but sadly enough, numerous of these implementations fail. This review will investigate research performed on a variety of aspects, including the knowledge management paradigm, limitations, and acceptance. The discussion focuses on the issues related to the delivery of effective knowledge management productivity.
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