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Knowledge Based Selections
Knowledge Based Selections allow companies to truly reach an optimum and justifiable technology decision. Knowledge Based Selections have several unique characteristics that enable a company to rapidly and effectively marry internal business requirements with a myriad of vendor attributes that relate to both product performance and long-term value to clients.

KNOWLEDGE WORKER: Knowledge Based Selections Knowledge Based Selections Ben Spencer and John Diezemann - March 14, 2001 Read Comments J. Diezemann, B. Spencer & J. Dowling - March 14, 2001 Executive Summary   Performing a selection for a technology product requires a company to marry a myriad of internal business requirements, both present and future, with a myriad of vendor attributes that relate to both products performance as well as the ability to effectively provide long-term value to clients. In order to truly reach
3/14/2001

10 Principles for Knowledge Management Success
10 Principles for Knowledge Management Success. Search for Software and Other Documents for Your Project and Knowledge Management Success. Knowledge management (KM) can mean different things to an organization depending upon the nature of the initiative. KM is not a technology or set of methodologies, but a practice or discipline that involves people, processes, and technology. If implemented correctly, a KM initiative can improve the productivity and efficiency of an entire organization. With these ten basic principles, your organization can learn how.

KNOWLEDGE WORKER: 10 Principles for Knowledge Management Success 10 Principles for Knowledge Management Success Source: Aptean Document Type: White Paper Description: Knowledge management (KM) can mean different things to an organization depending upon the nature of the initiative. KM is not a technology or set of methodologies, but a practice or discipline that involves people, processes, and technology. If implemented correctly, a KM initiative can improve the productivity and efficiency of an entire organization. With
9/5/2007 4:02:00 PM

The Power of Knowledge -- Knowledge is Power (Part 2) » The TEC Blog
The Power of Knowledge -- Knowledge is Power (Part 2) » The TEC Blog TEC Blog     TEC Home     About TEC     Contact Us     About the Bloggers     Follow TEC on Twitter    RSS   Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection --> Fast, Accurate Software Evaluations TEC helps enterprises evaluate and select software solutions that meet their exacting needs by empowering purchasers with the tools, research, and expertise to make an ideal decision. Your software selection starts here. Learn

KNOWLEDGE WORKER: CRM, kaidara, natural language, SCM, search, service knowledge management, servigistics, servigistics ssm, skm, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
08-01-2009

Lean Knowledge Work
The Toyota production system has been on one of the most important schools of thought in operations, and has spawned several spin-offs. All these approaches are based on similar principles that are collectively referred to as “lean” ideas. While a lean approach to manufacturing and services is straightforward, applying lean to knowledge work can be challenging. Find out why, and what you can do about it.

KNOWLEDGE WORKER: Lean Knowledge Work Lean Knowledge Work Source: Wipro Technologies Document Type: White Paper Description: The Toyota production system has been on one of the most important schools of thought in operations, and has spawned several spin-offs. All these approaches are based on similar principles that are collectively referred to as “lean” ideas. While a lean approach to manufacturing and services is straightforward, applying lean to knowledge work can be challenging. Find out why, and what you can do
10/14/2011 2:42:00 AM

New Generation of BI Tools More Powerful and Easier to Use
To learn how a new generation of BI tools can give you the knowledge you need to make the right business decisions at the right time, check out the...

KNOWLEDGE WORKER: Easier to Use If knowledge is truly power, how do you convert your data into knowledge ? With business intelligence (BI) . BI can take the data from your ERP system and organize it into ways that give you knowledge about your markets, your customers, your business, and the way it s being run. Meaningful, actionable knowledge that gives you the power to act. And adapt. And stay ahead of the competition. To learn how a new generation of BI tools can give you the knowledge you need to make the right
5/29/2009

PADI Americas
Learn how PADI Americas, an international recreational company that develops and encourages public interest in scuba and snorkel diving worldwide, maximized employee knowledge and improved customer service by integrating multiple departments to promote seamless knowledge sharing, and collaboration on one platform.

KNOWLEDGE WORKER: diving worldwide, maximized employee knowledge and improved customer service by integrating multiple departments to promote seamless knowledge sharing, and collaboration on one platform. PADI Americas style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Customer Relationship Management (CRM),   Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Related Industries:   Arts,   Entertainment,   and Recreation Related Keywords:   satisfaction,   Exact,   PADI,   case,   collaboration
4/29/2005 9:33:00 AM

Project-oriented Software: Many Choices, Many Differences
Professional service organizations sell not just time, but knowledge. Thus, in addition to time and expense management, a business management software product must support a means for knowing how this knowledge is tracked, assigned, managed, and billed. But which product?

KNOWLEDGE WORKER: this knowledge. While employee knowledge is important, this knowledge may not be available at all times, due to commitments to existing clients (or because of vacations, sick days, and so on). Therefore, outside knowledge sources (as represented by subcontractors) must also be tracked, and be considered to be part of a firm s resource pool. And in any case, some jobs may require specific equipment that can be applied to jobs. All of these resources must be tracked and applied in such a manner that
6/6/2006

Moxie Software: Handling “Big Knowledge” » The TEC Blog
to realize that the knowledge that sent the first man to the moon might be lost forever . But this scenario is occurring quietly all over corporate America. As boomers—one third of America’s workforce—are entering their golden years,  millions of dollars’ worth of irreplaceable knowledge will be stepping aside every year. Corporations not only can stave off this knowledge exodus, but also can hasten a knowledge influx and guarantee that knowledge will never again be static or localized to a few

KNOWLEDGE WORKER: collaboration, collaboration spaces, CRM, customer service, industry watch, knowledge management, moxie software, social, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
03-05-2013

Competency Management: the Compass for Strategic Talent Management
Explore competency management: the compass for strategic talent management.Download this Plateau Systems white paper for free! This white paper examines how to use a competency-based approach to build behaviors, skills, and knowledge. It explains how to integrate competencies into all phases of talent management to onboard, review, develop, motivate, and retain employees. It also shows the valuable contribution competencies can make in managing change and defusing turf battles that arise during downsizings, consolidations, and business reengineering.

KNOWLEDGE WORKER: of skills, behaviors and knowledge are needed to meet strategic goals. This empowers the company to provide the right learning activities to the right employees and motivate and reward the right types of performance. This means that the business can arrive at key milestones faster and more cost-effectively. This whitepaper examines how to use a competency-based approach to build behaviors, skills and knowledge that will answer the organization s specific strategic goals. It explains how to integrate
8/17/2010 5:42:00 PM

iVita Mines Assets for Bottom Line Health
iVita proposes to improve corporate knowledge of the value (and location) of all assets. This will enable companies to manage assets like cash. The first question iVita asks is, “What’s an asset?”

KNOWLEDGE WORKER: iVita intends to add: Knowledge of current value, through links to dynamic markets and blue books Knowledge of location, through embedded signaling devices in inventory tags Knowledge of e-marketplaces, through partnerships. For example, in the health industry (one of its initial target verticals, along with energy), the company points out that assets range from large devices whose purchase cycles are partly driven by technology, such as CAT and MRI scanners, through IV pumps which typically float freely
5/18/2000

Leveraging Intellectual Property: How to Manage IP Across Your Organization
Leveraging corporate knowledge and intellectual property (IP) across the organization is a complex challenge. But an IP management system can help cut through the complexity, capture inputs from all relevant sources, and offer control over the entire process. The solution should be comprehensive, while conferring the right mix of process control and flexibility. (Part Two of a two-part series.)

KNOWLEDGE WORKER: Paper Description: Leveraging corporate knowledge and intellectual property (IP) across the organization is a complex challenge. But an IP management system can help cut through the complexity, capture inputs from all relevant sources, and offer control over the entire process. The solution should be comprehensive, while conferring the right mix of process control and flexibility. (Part Two of a two-part series.) Leveraging Intellectual Property: How to Manage IP Across Your Organization
7/14/2006 2:36:00 PM


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