Knowledge Management in the Construction Industry: A Socio-Technical Perspective: A Socio-Technical Perspective
Kazi, Abdul Samad
Idea Group Inc (IGI), Nov 30, 2004 - Computers - 384 pages
Knowledge Management in the Construction Industry: A Socio-Technical Perspective presents a portfolio of concepts, methods, models, and tools supported by real life case studies from various corners of the globe providing insights into the management of knowledge in the construction industry. Untangling the hype from the reality, practical means of implementing knowledge management in the construction industry through various mechanisms and tools are demonstrated. For the practitioner, it provides practical insights and experiences from real life cases, for the researcher and academic, it provides current and state-of-the-art undertakings in this emerging area for the construction industry.
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Davenport and Prusak (1998) describe the differences and relationships between the terms 'data', 'information', and 'knowledge' as follows: Data are the basic building blocks: discrete, objective facts about events.
In contrast to Polanyi, Nonaka also sees a close relationship between tacit and explicit Copyright © 2005, Idea Group Inc. Copying or distributing in print or electronic forms without written knowledge. In Nonaka's view, tacit knowledge ...
Firstly, it shapes assumptions about what knowledge is and which knowledge is worth managing. Secondly, it defines the relationships between individual and organisational knowledge, determining who is expected to control specific ...
... Idea Group Inc. Copying or distributing in print or electronic forms without written 2001). Moreover, if employees feel that their employment relationship is permission of Idea Group Inc. is prohibited. 22 Dainty, Qin, and Carrillo.
Moreover, if employees feel that their employment relationship is not fair, if they feel that work-related promises or commitments have not been kept, and if they do not trust their employer to keep promises or commitments in the future ...
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From the SocioTechnical Perspective 19621966 to Knowledge Management What Have We Learned?
Emerging Models and Solutions
A Holistic Strategic Approach to the Management of Knowledge
An Exploration on the CoProduction of Project Needs and Requirements by ClientSpecialist Groups
Chapter XV Decision Support Systems and their Application in Construction
Chapter XVI A Knowledge Management Portal System for Construction Projects Using Knowledge Map
Chapter XVII An Integrative Knowledge Management System for EnvironmentalConscious Construction
A Vision for Future Project Information Technologies
Facilitating Organisational Learning within the Construction Industry
Chapter IX Knowledge Management in Higher Education and Professional Development in the Construction Industry
Chapter X Empirical Investigation of Organisational Learning Ability as a Performance Driver in Construction
Chapter XI Evaluating an Organisations Learning Culture Using Learning Histories
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