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6 ways to rethink corporate knowledge sharing

6 ways to rethink corporate knowledge sharing | GIBSIccURATION | Scoop.it
The quest to effectively share knowledge within a company is one that still appears elusive. How do you keep on top of your competitors’ developments? How do you monitor articles that mention your brand? How do you make sure your teams get the information they need to make decisions and to learn? Continue reading →
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KM - content curation options

"Because content curation is a new form of communication, it makes sense to look at both external and internal communication when looking at its application within the corporate world. As the same information overload that plagues our social network and digital media is hurting our productivity too, here’s how to leverage content curation for corporate knowledge sharing."

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Big data- "“Information management has gone ‘cross-platform content delivery’, and this line of innovation hasn't ended yet. For example, mobile devices offer location-based context to select the right data, and augmented reality and mashups,” said Mr. Buytendijk. “However, mobile content delivery is only a part of the impact on information managment. Mobile devices will develop to become a prime source of data collection.”

Business analytics are moving forward at an astonishing rate. Yet, analytics are not limited to business use only. Increasingly, analytics will become available for consumers too. One example of this is the use of graph analysis, which helps determining rich relationships between data elements."

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State of the Enterprise Information Landscape Study / Docuticker

State of the Enterprise Information Landscape Study / Docuticker | GIBSIccURATION | Scoop.it
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Imagine living in a home where nothing is where it should be.
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KM  -   "Imagine living in a home where nothing is where it should be. Important possessions like car keys, passports, and insurance policies are hidden away in corners of the house, difficult to reach drawers, and in places you’d altogether forgotten about. Then imagine the volume of these items multiplying three-fold or ten-fold every year. And let’s assume your front door is left unlocked, so none of the contents are secure. It’s a recipe for disaster: items being lost or stolen, actions being overlooked, and a house in chaos.   -   This is the state organizations find themselves in today. Critical business data is being stored in multiple, separate consumer cloud services and storage devices, as well as legacy systems and shared drives. The massive amounts of new data being created every day simply compound the problem. According to IDC’s Digital Universe study, from 2005 to 2020 the digital universe will expand from 130 exabytes to 40,000 exabytes.   -   Organizations that have turned a blind eye to employees using consumer file-sharing tools for enterprise content, and it will prove to be damaging and costly—in terms of money, brand, and data losses."

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Scientific Trading Dynamics: metaphor to study knowledge transfer and Knowledge Trading Impact in the sciences and social sciences

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Abstract

We use a trading metaphor to study knowledge transfer in the sciences as well as the social sciences. The metaphor comprises four dimensions: (a) Discipline Self-dependence, (b) Knowledge Exports/Imports, (c) Scientific Trading Dynamics, and (d) Scientific Trading Impact. This framework is applied to a dataset of 221 Web of Science subject categories.

We find that:

(i) the Scientific Trading Impact and Dynamics of materials science and transportation science have increased;

(ii) biomedical disciplines, physics, and mathematics are significant knowledge exporters, as is statistics and probability;

(iii) in the social sciences, economics, business, psychology, management, and sociology are important knowledge exporters; and

(iv) Discipline Self-dependence is associated with specialized domains which have ties to professional practice (e.g., law, ophthalmology, dentistry, oral surgery and medicine, psychology, psychoanalysis, veterinary sciences, and nursing). 

 

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"We developed a set of concepts to describe scientific trading. Using these concepts, we fashioned a framework comprising four dimensions: (a) Discipline Self-dependence, (b) Exports/Imports, (c) Scientific Trading Dynamics, and (d) Scientific Trading Impact. This framework enabled us to develop a unique, data-rich bird’s-eye view of trends in knowledge trading between disciplines and fields. Our study reveals the permeability and self-sufficiency of different scientific and social scientific disci-plines. The findings should stimulate further research into the nature and dynamics of disciplinarity and interdisciplinarity and also help inform science policy making. 

 

Source:

A bird’s-eye view of scientific trading: Dependency relations among fields of science Erjia Yan, Ying Ding, Blaise Cronin, Loet Leydesdorff

Journal of Informetrics 7 (2013) 249– 264 

 


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