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標題: 台中某一文教機構的知識管理之研究
The Study of Knowledge Management for An Educational Institution in Taichung
作者: 郭美韶
Kuo, Mei-Shao
關鍵字: 管理特質與分類;knowledge characteristics and classification;知識建構;知識儲存;知識擴散;知識管理程序;knowledge construction;knowledge store;knowledge spread;the procedure for conducting knowledge management
出版社: 高階經理人碩士在職專班
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It is the 21st century to enter the mainstream of knowledge-based economy, enterprises want to have long-term competitiveness, must be devoted to creating and making the best of the information management of high value, ''”knowledge management” has already become an important topic in the academia and business circles in the past 20 years, it has really produced essential benefit in improving enterprise''s competition advantage. Since the mechanism that knowledge spreads of an educational organization, its operational ways in knowledge management deserve the discussion naturally. This research deepens interview and collects materials on the case of a culture and education organization. To explain knowledge characteristics and knowledge classification initially, and then probe into the procedure of knowledge construction, store, and spread. According to the relation between knowledge characteristics and knowledge classification and the connection between the classification and construction of knowledge, different knowledge characteristics and classification form different knowledge construction, store and spread. The procedure for conducting knowledge management has two steps: the first is the process from knowledge construction to knowledge store, and the second is the process from knowledge store to knowledge spread, in order to increase the benefit of knowledge management. This study is expected to give a deeper analysis of the operational functions of knowledge management for the educational industry as a guide to the person who plans to be engaged in this industry and the improvement in the competitiveness of this industry.
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