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Author Saulais, Pierre, 1954-
Title Knowledge management in innovative companies. 1 : understanding and deploying a KM plan within a learning organization / Pierre Saulais, Jean-Louis Ermine.
Imprint London, UK : ISTE Ltd ; Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2019.
2019

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Author Saulais, Pierre, 1954-
Series Smart innovation set ; volume 23
Innovation, entrepreneurship, management series. Smart innovation set ; v. 23.
Subject Knowledge management.
Alt Name Ermine, Jean-Louis,
Description 1 online resource
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Cover; Half-Title Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface; 1. The KM Project in an Organization; 1.1. Articulation of Chapter 1; 1.2. Knowledge management; 1.3. A reference framework for a knowledge-based KM; 1.3.1. Knowledge-based KM; 1.4. The virtuous cycle of knowledge; 1.4.1. Step 1: analysis of a knowledge capital and development of a KM plan; 1.4.2. Step 2: organization of knowledge resources; 1.4.3. Step 3: implementation of KM processes; 1.4.4. Step 4: evolution of a knowledge capital; 1.5. The MASK method; 1.5.1. MASK II: analysis of a knowledge capital
1.5.2. MASK I: capitalization of a knowledge corpus1.5.3. MASK III: sharing the knowledge base; 1.5.4. MASK IV: evolution of a knowledge capital; 1.6. The KM process repository; 1.7. Critical success factors for a global KM project; 1.7.1. The water lily strategy; 1.7.2. Key stages of change; 1.8. Overview; 2. Strategic Analysis of an Organization's Knowledge Capital; 2.1. Articulation of Chapter 2; 2.2. Introduction to the strategic analysis of knowledge capital; 2.2.1. Step 1: analysis of critical capacities; 2.2.2. Step 2: analysis of critical knowledge; 2.2.3. Step 3: strategic alignment
2.2.4. Step 4: developing the action plan2.2.5. The knowledge criticality analysis grid; 2.3. Chronopost: observing professions; 2.3.1. Presentation of the company; 2.3.2. Project context; 2.3.3. Objectives; 2.3.4. Approach adopted; 2.3.5. Procedure; 2.3.6. Strategic alignment; 2.3.7. Project assessment; 2.3.8. Lessons learned; 2.3.9. Conclusion; 2.4. Hydro-Quebec; 2.4.1. Introduction; 2.4.2. Presentation of Hydro-Quebec; 2.4.3. Presentation of the study conducted and the principles of the method used; 2.4.4. Implementation of the method at Hydro-Quebec; 2.4.5. Conclusion
2.5. The IPEN's Radiopharmacy Center2.5.1. Presentation of the study; 2.5.2. The progress of the KM project; 2.6. Sonatrach; 2.6.1. Introduction; 2.6.2. Method used; 2.6.3. Strategic analysis; 2.6.4. Analysis of professional knowledge; 2.6.5. Conclusion; 2.7. Lessons learned from the four case studies; 3. Capitalizing on the Organization's Knowledge; 3.1. Articulation of Chapter 3; 3.2. Introduction to knowledge capitalization; 3.3. The case of INRS: a consulting approach to improve safety when using woodworking machines; 3.3.1. Introduction
3.3.2. Analysis of a reported incident or accident on a woodworking machine3.3.3. The dangers of woodworking machines; 3.3.4. Classification of woodworking machines; 3.3.5. History of INRS' involvement in the safety of woodworking machines; 3.3.6. Conclusion; 3.4. The case of code systems: knowledge books for code management and code control; 3.4.1. Introduction; 3.4.2. Reference framework for the development and use of codes; 3.4.3. Two new ways to manage knowledge on codes; 3.4.4. Example of an Euler buckling code; 3.4.5. Example of the description of an option in a code
Note 3.4.6. Conclusion and perspectives
Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on March 26, 2020).
ISBN 9781119681144 (electronic book)
1119681146 (electronic book)
9781119681175 (electronic book)
1119681170 (electronic book)
9781119681151 (electronic bk.)
1119681154 (electronic bk.)
1786303205
9781786303202
OCLC # 1130901034
Additional Format Print version: Saulais, Pierre. Knowledge Management in Innovative Companies 1: Understanding and Deploying a KM Plan Within a Learning Organization. Newark : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2020 9781786303202


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