A process-based Knowledge Management framework supported by ARIS Enterprise Modelling architecture
by Stavros T. Ponis, Ilias P. Tatsiopoulos, George Vagenas, Epaminondas Koronis
International Journal of Applied Systemic Studies (IJASS), Vol. 1, No. 2, 2007

Abstract: Knowledge and its management have been respectively accepted as a critical resource and a core business competency. Despite that literature proves the existence of a gap between the theoretical considerations of Knowledge Management (KM) and their efficient application. Such lacking, we argue, derives from the missing link between a framework of Knowledge Management and the particular methods and guidelines of its implementation. In an attempt to bridge this gap, an original, process-based holistic Knowledge Management framework is proposed, aiming to address the problem of knowledge management application and performance by utilising a set of well accepted Enterprise Modelling (EM) methods and tools.

Online publication date: Thu, 01-Nov-2007

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