Design Proposal of the Corporate Knowledge Management System
This paper presents a proposal of the knowledge management system for managing and refining corporate knowledge. This information system is web-based to allow online immediate access. Corporate knowledge is organized to enable efficient extraction and use in business processes. It can be stored in a form of the course (organized by time sequence) or repository (i.e. collection of resources), depending on the characteristics of the particular knowledge. The system´s proposal will be demonstrated on the principle of several facilitators and many system users (employees). The proposed system can be just the same used for educational purposes, especially in lifelong learning.
KeywordsCorporate knowledge Collective intelligence Knowledge management system Information system Knowledge representation
This paper was written with the financial support of Specific Research Project “Investments within the Industry 4.0 concept” 2017 at Faculty of Informatics and Management of the University of Hradec Kralove, granted to the Department of Economics. We thank Vaclav Zubr for help with analysis of learning courses.
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