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Collaborative knowledge modeling with a graphical knowledge representation tool: A strategy to support a transfert of expertise in organizations [r-libre/356]

Basque, Josianne; Paquette, Gilbert; Pudelko, Béatrice et Léonard, Michel (2008). Collaborative knowledge modeling with a graphical knowledge representation tool: A strategy to support a transfert of expertise in organizations. Dans Okada, Alexandra; Buckingham Shum, Simon et Sherborne, Tony (dir.), Knowledge cartography. Mapping techniques and software tools (p. 357-382). London, UK : Springer-Verlag, coll. « Advanced Information and Knowledge Processing ».

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Résumé : This chapter presents a strategy for collaborative knowledge modelling between experts and novices in order to support the transfer of expertise within organisations. The use of an object-typed knowledge modelling software tool called MOT is advocated, to elaborate knowledge models in small groups composed of experienced and less experienced employees within organisations. A knowledge model is similar to a concept map, except that it is based on a typology of links and knowledge objects. This technique is used to help experts externalise their knowledge pertaining to concepts, principles, procedures and facts related to their work and to support the sharing of knowledge with novice employees. This chapter presents the rationale behind this strategy, the tool used, the applications of this method and the manner in which it can be integrated into a global knowledge management strategy within organisations.
Déposant: Pudelko, Béatrice
Responsable : Béatrice Pudelko
Dépôt : 28 oct. 2014 15:28
Dernière modification : 16 juill. 2015 00:47

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