Undoubtedly, knowledge management is currently a very lively and dynamic field drawing the attention of numerous research disciplines that all have their special perspective on KM. Moreover, vendors of software tools and systems happily extend their offerings to include more or less sophisticated KM functionality or simply re-badge their existing systems, e.g., business intelligence, data mining, Intranet, Groupware or content management systems, just to name a few, as knowledge management software. This situation provides for an overwhelming amount of approaches, concepts and theories in the literature, tools and systems on the market as well as Web sites focused on KM that a prospective KM user can draw from.
KeywordsKnowledge Management Discovery Service Business Unit Knowledge Source Core Group
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