Classification of KM subjects and subcategories

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Original Message

From: Mohammad Iranshahi, posted on 2010/03/03

Dear Members

I am searching for a document or resource like thesarues for classification of KM subjects and subcategories. I will appreciate if i receive your guidance.

Contributors

All replies in full are available in the discussion page. Contributions received with thanks from:

Mohammad Iranshahi
Josef Hofer-Alfeis
Jaap Pels
Boris Jaeger
Peter J. Bury

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Summary

Detailed Description

[the meat of the topic – clearly, crisply communicated summary of the topic. Where relevant, a brief story – no more than 1-2 paragraphs - of how this topic has been turned into practice, ideally from the KM4Dev archives? If the example is long, separate into a separate subsection]

Examples in Application

[One or a few practical examples and references that illustrate the topic or show how it is done in practice]

Recommended Resources

  • Classification of KM processes, i.e. instruments, tools, methods, procedures, with over 225 processes. The document has been prepared by Josef Hofer-Alfeis, with the help of members of the KM working group in the German association for IT, communication and media industries BITKOM. The processes are arranged in three main process groups according to the responsibilities of knowledge workers, management or KM support organization.
  • Article The knowledge management spectrum - understanding the KM landscape by Derek Binney.
  • Holsapple, C. W.; Joshi, K. D.: A Formal Knowledge Management Ontology. Univ. Kentucky, College of Business and Economics, Kentucky Initiative for Knowledge Management, Research Paper No. 171, 2003. - Republished as: A Knowledge Management Ontology. in: Holsapple, C. W. (Ed.): Handbook on Knowledge Management. Volume 1: Knowledge Matters. Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag (International Handbook of Information Systems Series), 2002: 89-124.
  • Jaeger KM I&C: Knowedge Management Concept Map V1.1