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Knowledge Management Systems Support Seci Model of Knowledge-Creating Process

Srecko Natek and Moti Zwilling
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Srecko Natek: International School for Social and Business Studies, Slovenia
Moti Zwilling: Ariel University, Israel

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Abstract: Knowledge management (KM) has evolved from different disciplines and can be observed from various perspectives. The most important KM perspectives are personal communication and information technology (IT). Most IT companies have renamed their groupware and business intelligence products to fit the KM concept and to further develop them as knowledge management systems (KMS). In fact, they develop IT that can be used to implement or support KMS. Different IT can be used to develop successful KMS. The functionality and purpose of KMS are the most important criteria to define a system as KMS. The paper uses the SECI model of knowledge-creating process (Nonaka & Takeuchi, 1995) as a framework to propose suitable KMS and an important tool to manage the implementation of KM in contemporary organisations.

Keywords: knowledge management; knowledge management system; knowledge-creating process; SECI model (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2016
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