Description - Key Issues in the New Knowledge Management by Mark W. McElroy
In 'Key Issues in the New Knowledge Management,' Firestone and McElroy, the architects of the New Knowledge Management (TNKM) provide an in-depth analysis of the most important issues in the field of Knowledge Management. The issues the book addresses are central in the field today: * The Knowledge Wars, or the issue of "how you define knowledge determines how you manage it" * The nature of knowledge processing * Information management or knowledge management? * Three views on the evolution of knowledge management * The role of knowledge claim evaluation in knowledge processing, or the difference between opinion, judgements, information, data, and real knowledge in knowledge management systems * Is culture a barrier in knowledge management? * The Open Enterprise and accelerated sustainable innovation * Portals * How should one evaluate KM software? * Intellectual Capital * Measuring the impact of KM initiatives on the organization and the bottom line * KM and terrorism
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Author Biography - Mark W. McElroy
Member of the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee of the Knowledge Management Consortium International (KMCI); Director of the Knowledge and Innovation Management Certification Program (CKIM); Director, KMCI Research Center; Editor-in-Chief, 'Knowledge and Innovation: Journal of the KMCI'; KMCI Secretary/Governing Council KMCI Institute. Mark W. McElroy is president of the Knowledge Management Consortium International (KMCI), the largest professional association of KM practitioners in the world. He is a thought leader, consultant, and award-winning author in the fields of knowledge management, organizational learning, intellectual capital, and innovation. He is a twenty-five year veteran of management consulting, including time spent at Price Waterhouse and KPMG Peat Marwick. While at KPMG, he served as U.S. National Partner-In-Charge of the Enterprise Networks practice. Mr. McElroy's career in knowledge management also includes time spent as a Principal in IBM's Knowledge Management practice in Cambridge, MA.At present, Mr. McElroy is managing a small boutique called Macroinnovation Associates, LLC, created as a platform for the development of his latest work. MacroinnovationSM is an executable business model for organizational learning and innovation developed independently by Mr. McElroy and a colleague of his from academia. The Macroinnovation method (aka, the 'policy synchronization method') currently holds patent-pending status in the U.S. See www.macroinnovation.com for further details.