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... of enterprise knowledge (know-what, know-how and know-why), Business process management based on enterprise engineering concepts, Improved change management in all types of processes, Achievement of enterprise integration and ...

Author: Peter Bernus

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9780387297668

Category: Business & Economics

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Enterprise Architects, in their endeavor to achieve Enterprise Integration, have limited guidance on how best to use Enterprise Models and Modeling Tools to support their practice. It is widely recognized that the practice of engineering enterprises needs a number of models, but how to maintain the relation between these models with ease is still a problem. Model interoperability is an issue on multiople counts: - How to interchange models between enterprise modeling tools? - How to maintain the interdependencies between models - whether they describe the enterprise on the same level (but from different points of view), or from the same point of view (but on different levels of abstraction and granularity)? - How to maintain a coherent and evolving set of enterprise models in support onf continuous change processes? - How to use and reuse enterprise models as a knowledge resource? The answers to these questions are of great importance to anyone who is implementing ISO9001:2000 requirements, whether through using enterprise architecture practice or not - although it can be argued that a well executed architecture practice should satisfy ISO9001 without additional effort. This volume attacks the problem on three fronts: 1. Authors working in international standardisation and tool development as well as in enterprise modeling research present the latest developments in semantic integration; 2. Authors who are practitioners of, or conducting active research in, enterprise architecting methodologies give an account on the latest developments and strategic directions in architecture frameworks and methodologies; 3. Authors who use or develop information integration infrastructures present best practice and future trends of this aspect of enterprise integration. Chapters of this book include contributions to the International Conference on Enterprise Integration and Modelling Technology (ICEIMT'04), and those presented at the Design of Information Infrastructure Systems for Manufacturing (DIISM'04) Workshop. While DIISM is traditionally oriented at supporting manufacturing practice, the results have a far greater domain of applicability.
2006-03-09 By Peter Bernus

The sharing of information and knowledge in a workflow, is supported by ERP system argued one informant: “SAP ... areas of an enterprise through the integration of business processes and it operates as highly integrated system with ...

Author: Suzanne Zyngier

Publisher: Information Science Reference

ISBN: 9781799857730

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 400

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Knowledge management principles, strategies, models, tools, and techniques have been proven in government, business, and industry. More recently, knowledge management has emerged as an essential enabler for the successful pursuit of scholarly activities in higher education. Knowledge management has significant contributions to make in capturing, storing, processing, and disseminating knowledge between and across these stakeholder entities and their processes to better support these interrelated processes and activities. Given the impetus provided by the United Nations Global Knowledge Economy Policy, institutions worldwide are actively pursuing the use of knowledge management in all facets of social and economic development. The importance of knowledge management research and application in academia is a critical element of this multifaceted endeavor. The Handbook of Research on Knowledge Management Tools in Higher Education is a compendium of cutting-edge research on the use of knowledge management in higher education and provides original, theoretical, and application-oriented research within this domain. The book will also provide insights on the management of expertise, knowledge, information, and organizational development in different types of work communities and environments. By including research on global perspectives, the implementation of knowledge management at universities, current trends in the field, and the results, this book is a valuable reference work for professionals and researchers working in the field of information and knowledge management in various disciplines, and academics, analysts, developers, students, technologists, education consultants, higher education administrators, academicians, stakeholders, and practitioners seeking to learn, improve, and expand their theoretical and applied knowledge of knowledge management tools and techniques, models, processes, and systems in higher education.
2021-01-15 By Suzanne Zyngier

Methods and tools foreffective knowledge life-cycle-management. Berlin, Germany: Springer Verlag. Bernus, P., & Fox, M. (2005). Knowledgesharing in the integrated enterprise. New York: Springer Verlag. Bitkom. (2007).

Author: Harorimana, Deogratias

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781605667911

Category: Education

Page: 464

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"This book illustrates, compares, and discusses models, perspectives, and approaches involved in the distribution, administration, and transmission of knowledge across organizations"--Provided by publisher.
2009-08-31 By Harorimana, Deogratias

Proceedings of ICEIMT '97, International Conference on Enterprise Integration and Modeling Technology, Torino, Italy, ... logics - a case study”, Proceedings of the Work-shop on Product Knowledge Sharing for Integrated Enterprises.

Author: Kurt Kosanke

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783642608896

Category: Business & Economics

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ICEIMT '97 is the second International Conference on Enterprise Integration and Modeling Technology. Like the first, it is the main event of a European-US initiative on building consensus in enterprise engineering and integration - supported in Europe by Esprit and in the USA by DOC/NIST. These proceedings contain papers presented at the conference and at five international workshops preceding the conference. The workshops addressed integration issues related to people and organization, metrics and standardization, applications, fundamentals and principles, and users and vendors. The conference papers present points of view of users, vendors, and researchers, the current state of research and development worldwide, and the needs to be identified and summarized in project proposals.
2012-12-06 By Kurt Kosanke

Web-based knowledge sharing and decision-making will make enterprises much smarter, and since most of the knowledge is Web- accessible, knowledge will become less of a competitive discriminator. However, experience in applying knowledge ...

Author: Thomas E. Miller

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781420032031

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 224

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At the foundation of today's leading-edge manufacturing companies is a common vision for virtual, distributed enterprise in an agile environment where organizations can swiftly and cost-effectively bring products from concept to production - and respond dynamically to changes in customer and market requirements. Totally Integrated Enterprises: A Framework and Methodology for Business and Technology Improvement provides a framework and a methodology for understanding and mapping current enterprise configurations as well as for designing the revised architecture needed for the totally integrated enterprise. It also helps you select the MRPII, MES, APS, SCM, or ERP software most appropriate for your needs and for achieving total enterprise integration. MRPII, MES, APS, SCM, and ERP. Without a strategic direction it is just alphabet soup. How do you determine what is best for your organization? Which software system is most appropriate to your needs? Courses, classes, seminars, and experts galore are available to help you learn and implement the fine details of every value-add, cost-saving, customer-pleasing, quality-improving, buzzword-compliant business initiative you have ever heard of, and many that you haven't. What has been missing is a way to tie them together. Until now. Totally Integrated Enterprises: A Framework and a Methodology for Business and Technology Improvement gives you a high-level enterprise architecture that makes the implementation of best practices and technologies - both existing and emergent - manageable. This book shows you how to: Improve your product and process integration, as well as develop and deliver new products within a virtual enterprise Incorporate business strategies and functions to drive product design and manufacturing requirements, operations, and post-production activities Integrate designers, manufacturers, and suppliers to operate as a virtual enterprise Create, staff, and empower integrated product teams resulting in higher quality products Communicate enterprise information to and from every stakeholder in the virtual enterprise in real or near-real time Manage production among facilities and exchange production data and status information as a routine basis of business Acquisitions and mergers have left many enterprises with a legacy of varied cultures, resources, and processes that must be reshaped into a single, integrated whole. Increasing pressures from global competition force enterprises to become cost-effective, high-quality providers to traditional customers and push them to develop new markets and product lines. Nearly every enterprise needs to make the transition to a globally interdependent business paradigm. Totally Integrated Enterprises: A Framework and Methodology for Business and Technology Improvement gives you the key definitions that allow you to understand and communicate with vendors, consultants, and experts in the field. Using the techniques in this book you will see the results so often promised - but not realized - from technology.
2001-06-22 By Thomas E. Miller

Knowledge Sharing in the Integrated Enterprise: Interoperability Strategies for the Enterprise Architect, pp. 117–130. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Toronto (2004) NIST, Integration Definition for Function Modelling (IDEF0), ...

Author: Robert Meersman

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783642169618

Category: Computers

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This volume constitutes the refereed proceedings of 11 international workshops held as part of OTM 2010 in Hersonissos, Greece in October 2010. The 68 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of 127 submissions to the workshops. The volume starts with 14 poster papers of the OTM 2010 main conferences COOPIS 2010, DOA 2010 and OSBASE 2010. Topics of the workshop papers are adaption in service-oriented architectures, ambient intelligence and reasoning, data integration approaches, modeling in ADI, web and enterprise data visualization, enterprise integration and semantics, industrial enterprise interoperability and networking, process management in distributed information system development, improving social networking, ontology engineering, master data management and metamodeling, extensions to fact-oriented modeling, logic and derivation, patterns in input data models.
2010-11-06 By Robert Meersman

First World Summit on the Knowledge Society, WSKS 2008, Athens, Greece, September 24-26, 2008. ... Enterprises that need help can receive financial or consultation support. ... Knowledge Sharing in the Integrated Enterprise 183 ...

Author: Miltiadis D. Lytras

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783540877806

Category: Business & Economics

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This book, in conjunction with the volume CCIS 19, constitutes the refereed proceedings of theFirst World Summit, WSKS 2008, held in Athens, Greece, in September 2008. The 64 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 286 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on social & humanistic computing for the knowledge society; knowledge, learning, education, learning technologies and e-learning for the knowledge society; information technologies for the knowledge society; culture & cultural heritage - technology for culture management - management of tourism and entertainment - tourism networks in the knowledge society; government and democracy for the knowledge society.
2008-09-11 By Miltiadis D. Lytras

Knowledge Management in Enterprises: A Research Agenda. ... Workflow (The theory of cognitive informatics and its implication for a people-based enterprise information architecture). ... Knowledge Sharing in the Integrated Enterprise.

Author: Yuhua Luo

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783540444961

Category: Computers

Page: 342

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Third International Conference on Cooperative Design, Visualization, and Engineering, CDVE 2006, held in Mallorca, Spain in September 2006. The book presents 40 revised full papers, carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions. The papers cover all current issues in cooperative design, visualization, and engineering, ranging from theoretical and methodological topics to various systems and frameworks to applications in a variety of fields.
2006-09-21 By Yuhua Luo

Keywords Process modeling, situation theory, enterprise integration, knowledge sharing, Knowledge Interchange Format, ontology 1 INTRODUCTION A complex enterprise can be characterized essentially by its business processes, i.e., ...

Author: Peter Bernus

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9780387349831

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 454

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Enterprise integration and enterprise engineering has become a focal point of discussions during the past few years with active contribution of many disciplines... The evolution from the concept of CAD/CAM, through CIM to the Integrated Enterprise is based on the assumption that the integrated enterprise can (and should) be engineered just as any complex system can.
2013-03-09 By Peter Bernus

The Fraunhofer Competence Center Knowledge Management presents in this second edition its up-dated and extended research results.

Author: Kai Mertins

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783540247784

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 384

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The Fraunhofer Competence Center Knowledge Management presents in this second edition its up-dated and extended research results. In doing so it describes best practices in knowledge management from leading companies and shows how to integrate such activities into the daily business tasks and processes, how to motivate people and which capabilities and skills are required. It concludes with an overview of the leading knowledge management projects in several European countries.
2013-03-19 By Kai Mertins

These factors include a strong technical infrastructure, automated and transparent knowledge capture mechanisms, an integrated enterprise wide system, management support, appropriate maintenance resources, appropriate training, ...

Author: Murray E. Jennex

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781466600362

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 434

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"This book discusses theory and practice in the design of knowledge management systems, facilitation of knowledge sharing, and creation of practices that encourage organizational learning"--Provided by publisher.
2012-01-01 By Murray E. Jennex

... 204 human resource management pp.39, 45, 50, 55, 106, 107 IBM 174 IC Seekers 182 ICM AssetWeb 181 Integrated Enterprise Modeling (IEM) 21, 26 In-a-nutshell video 216 incentive systems 153 information architects 30 Information Center ...

Author: Professor Dr.-Ing. Kai Mertins

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783662044667

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 265

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By Robert C. Camp, PhD, PE Chairman Global Benchmarking Network (GBN), Best Practice InstituteTM, Rochester, NY, USA The perception, sharing, and adoption of best practices is mostly attributed to the activity called benchmarking. Obtaining maximum value from best practices is usually attributed to knowledge management. One is an extension of the other. Knowledge management can be looked upon as the management of knowledge about best practices whether in the mind as human capital or as intellectual assets or property. Most organizations now recognize the absolute imperative for the identification and collection of best practices through benchmarking. It can be a strategic strength when practiced and a fatal weakness if not pursued. But there is a serious disconnection in the exchange and adoption process. Despite significant advances in the approaches and technology that pursue improvement (six sigma, process redesign, customer relationship management, etc.), organizations continue to experience great difficulty in successfully transferring leading practices. Some would say these are exemplary, proven, observed, or promising, but, in the final analysis, they are best practices -with the objective of becoming world class. More insight is needed into how leading, or best practices are transferred and adopted - said differently, best practices for knowledge transfer or knowledge management.

Bernus, P., Nemes, L.: A Framework to Define a Generic Enterprise Reference Architecture and Methodology. ... Knowledge Sharing in the Integrated Enterprise: Interoperability Strategies for the Enterprise Architect, Toronto / Canada, ...

Author: Peter Bernus

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783642155086

Category: Computers

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Enterprise Architecture, Integration, and Interoperability and the Networked enterprise have become the theme of many conferences in the past few years. These conferences were organised by IFIP TC5 with the support of its two working groups: WG 5. 12 (Architectures for Enterprise Integration) and WG 5. 8 (Enterprise Interoperability), both concerned with aspects of the topic: how is it possible to architect and implement businesses that are flexible and able to change, to interact, and use one another’s s- vices in a dynamic manner for the purpose of (joint) value creation. The original qu- tion of enterprise integration in the 1980s was: how can we achieve and integrate - formation and material flow in the enterprise? Various methods and reference models were developed or proposed – ranging from tightly integrated monolithic system - chitectures, through cell-based manufacturing to on-demand interconnection of bu- nesses to form virtual enterprises in response to market opportunities. Two camps have emerged in the endeavour to achieve the same goal, namely, to achieve interoperability between businesses (whereupon interoperability is the ability to exchange information in order to use one another’s services or to jointly implement a service). One school of researchers addresses the technical aspects of creating dynamic (and static) interconnections between disparate businesses (or parts thereof).
2010-08-23 By Peter Bernus

Ortiz A, Anaya V, Franco D (2005) Deriving Enterprise Engineering and Integration Frameworks from Supply Chain Management Practices. In: Knowledge Sharing in the Integrated Enterprise - Interoperability Strategies for the Enterprise ...

Author: Keith Popplewell

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 184996257X

Category: Technology & Engineering

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Enterprise Interoperability is the ability of an enterprise or organisation to work with other enterprises or organisations without special effort. It is now recognised that interoperability of systems and thus sharing of information is not sufficient to ensure common understanding between enterprises. Knowledge of information meaning and understanding of how is to be used must also be shared if decision makers distributed between those enterprises in the network want to act consistently and efficiently. Industry’s need for Enterprise Interoperability has been one of the significant drivers for research into the Internet of the Future. EI research will embrace and extend contributions from the Internet of Things and the Internet of Services, and will go on to drive the future needs for Internets of People, Processes, and Knowledge.
2010-05-30 By Keith Popplewell

A clear advantage of the latter type of integration is that departments can exchange and share their knowledge still remaining within the enterprise boundaries. In the case of departmental grids, instead, only computational resources ...

Author: Muhammad Ali Babar

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783642023750

Category: Computers

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A software architecture manifests the major early design decisions, which determine the system’s development, deployment and evolution. Thus, making better architectural decisions is one of the large challenges in software engineering. Software architecture knowledge management is about capturing practical experience and translating it into generalized architectural knowledge, and using this knowledge in the communication with stakeholders during all phases of the software lifecycle. This book presents a concise description of knowledge management in the software architecture discipline. It explains the importance of sound knowledge management practices for improving software architecture processes and products, and makes clear the role of knowledge management in software architecture and software development processes. It presents many approaches that are in use in software companies today, approaches that have been used in other domains, and approaches under development in academia. After an initial introduction by the editors, the contributions are grouped in three parts on "Architecture Knowledge Management", "Strategies and Approaches for Managing Architectural Knowledge", and "Tools and Techniques for Managing Architectural Knowledge". The presentation aims at information technology and software engineering professionals, in particular software architects and software architecture researchers. For the industrial audience, the book gives a broad and concise understanding of the importance of knowledge management for improving software architecture process and building capabilities in designing and evaluating better architectures for their mission- and business-critical systems. For researchers, the book will help to understand the applications of various knowledge management approaches in an industrial setting and to identify research challenges and opportunities.
2010-05-03 By Muhammad Ali Babar

For CRM, integrated information on individual customers, business environment trends, and current sales can be used to improve customer services. Enterprise information portals preset integrated company information as personalized web ...

Author: Gyamfi, Albert

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781522575207

Category: Computers

Page: 313

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Knowledge in its pure state is tacit in nature—difficult to formalize and communicate—but can be converted into codified form and shared through both social interactions and the use of IT-based applications and systems. Even though there seems to be considerable synergies between the resulting huge data and the convertible knowledge, there is still a debate on how the increasing amount of data captured by corporations could improve decision making and foster innovation through effective knowledge-sharing practices. Big Data and Knowledge Sharing in Virtual Organizations provides innovative insights into the influence of big data analytics and artificial intelligence and the tools, methods, and techniques for knowledge-sharing processes in virtual organizations. The content within this publication examines cloud computing, machine learning, and knowledge sharing. It is designed for government officials and organizations, policymakers, academicians, researchers, technology developers, and students.
2019-01-25 By Gyamfi, Albert

A second type of effort is directed to augment internal tools, in particular Knowledge Management (KM) systems, with explicit and ... The drift towards network of integrated enterprises is testified by an increasingly dynamic production ...

Author: Management Association, Information Resources

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781799804185

Category: Computers

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Within the past 10 years, tremendous innovations have been brought forth in information diffusion and management. Such technologies as social media have transformed the way that information is disseminated and used, making it critical to understand its distribution through these mediums. With the consistent creation and wide availability of information, it has become imperative to remain updated on the latest trends and applications in this field. Information Diffusion Management and Knowledge Sharing: Breakthroughs in Research and Practice examines the trends, models, challenges, issues, and strategies of information diffusion and management from a global context. Highlighting a range of topics such as influence maximization, information spread control, and social influence, this publication is an ideal reference source for managers, librarians, information systems specialists, professionals, researchers, and administrators seeking current research on the theories and applications of global information management.

In P. Bernus, M. Fox, & J.B. M. Goossenaerts (Eds.), Knowledge sharing in the integrated enterprise (pp. 303-313). Springer/Kluwer. Gott, B. (1996). Empowered engineering for the extended enterprise: A management guide.

Author: Kock, Ned

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781599040011

Category: Computers

Page: 750

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"This encyclopedia provides the most comprehensive compilation of information on the design and implementation of e-collaboration technologies, their behavioral impact on individuals and groups, and theoretical considerations on links between the use of e-collaboration technology and behavioral patterns. It delivers indispensable content to libraries and researchers looking to develop programs of investigation into the use of e-collaboration"--Provided by publisher.
2007-12-31 By Kock, Ned

Incremental approaches have been advocated whereby SMEs progressively integrate enterprise resource planning, customer relationship management and supply chain management systems “to create useful explicit knowledge from the integrated ...

Author: Schwartz, David

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781599049328

Category: Computers

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Knowledge Management has evolved into one of the most important streams of management research, affecting organizations of all types at many different levels. The Encyclopedia of Knowledge Management, Second Edition provides a compendium of terms, definitions and explanations of concepts, processes and acronyms addressing the challenges of knowledge management. This two-volume collection covers all aspects of this critical discipline, which range from knowledge identification and representation, to the impact of Knowledge Management Systems on organizational culture, to the significant integration and cost issues being faced by Human Resources, MIS/IT, and production departments.
2010-07-31 By Schwartz, David

In supply chain integration, one of the main distinctions is between upstream and downstream integration. ... The literature also suggests that enterprises require a higher level of coordination for knowledge sharing, resource sharing, ...

Author: Li Da Xu

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781439850251

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 446

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Enterprise solutions have emerged as promising tools for integrating and extending business processes across business functions. Supplying a clear and comprehensive introduction to the field, this book provides a detailed description of enterprise information integration-from the development of enterprise systems to extended enterprise information
2014-07-10 By Li Da Xu

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