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-
KM



Course name:

Knowledge Management

Research

Instructor:

Chien
-
Hsing Wu
(
吳建興
)
,
chwu@nuk.edu.tw; (07) 5919509
;
591
-
9326

Course objective:

Students
are expected to know what KM, why KM, and how KM,
specializing on the business use.

B
ook
s
:

1.

E
lias M. Awad &

Hassan M. Ghaziri (2004), Knowledge Management, New
Jersey: Pearson Education, Inc.


2. Amrit Tiwana (2002), The Knowledge Management Toolkit, New Jersey:
Pearson Education, Inc.

Course description:
The contents
covered in
this cours
e
have
three
major
parts. The first
part introduces the fundamental concepts of KM
,

including
what knowledge is about and
KM systems life cycle.
The second focuses on the
knowledge creation and acquisition,
and
the third aims at the KM
system and implement
ation.

Varied materials with respect to
current published articles in KM related fields are added when necessary.

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1.

In the first lecture, students wi
ll be assigned papers from the following articles list.
The instructor will then schedule the student paper presentations. He will give a brief
description of KM in the first two lectures and will add whenever necessary. Student
paper presentations basical
ly will begin from the third lecture.

2.

Fundamental concepts of KM can be read from the book authored by Elias M. Awad
&

Hassan M. Ghaziri. Students are encouraged to pick up and find some
self
-
interested papers from those listed below and read them in advan
ce whenever
possible during summer break.



Article references for Knowledge Management Research


PART A


Fundamental Concept of KM and KMS



1.

Alavi, M. & Leidner, D. E. (2001). Review: Knowledge
management and knowledge management system:
Conceptual fou
ndations and research issues.
MIS Quarterly
.
25(1), 107
-
136.

2.

Koskinen, K. U. (2000). Tacit knowledge as a promoter of
project success.
European Journal of Purchasing & Supply
Management
, 6, 41
-
47.

3.

Dougherty, V. (1999). Knowledge is about people, not
databa
ses.
Industrial and Commercial Training
, 31(7),
262
-
266.

4.

Bhatt, G. D. (2000). Organizing knowledge in the knowledge
development cycle.
Journal of Knowledge Management
,
4(1), 15
-
26.

5.

McBriar, I., Smith, C., Bain, G., Unsworth, P., Magraw, S., &
Gordon, J. L.

(2003). Risk, gap, and strength: key concepts
in knowledge management.
Knowledge
-
Based System
, 16,
29
-
36.

6.

Amesse, F., & Cohendet, P. (2001). Technology transfer
revisited from the perspective of the knowledge
-
based
economy.
Research Policy
, 30, 1459
-
1478.

7.

Yakhlef, A. (2002). Towards a discursive approach to
organizational

knowledge formation.
Journal of
Management
, 18, 319
-
339.

8.

Markus M. L. (2001). Toward a theory of knowledge reuse:
Types of knowledge reuse situations and factors in reuse
success.
Journal

of Management Information Systems
, 18(1),
57
-
93.


PART B


Knowledge Creation



1.

Choi, B., & Lee, H. (2002). Knowledge management
strategy and its link to knowledge creation process.
Expert
System with Applications
, 23, 173
-
187.

2.

Higgins, L. F. (1999). App
lying Principles of Creativity
Management to Marketing Research Efforts in
High
-
Technology Markets.
Industrial Marketing
Management
, 28, 305
-
317.

PART C


Knowledge Standardization



1.

Wang, S. (2002). Knowledge maps for managing Web
-
based
business.
Industr
ial Management & Data Systems
, 102(7),
357
-
364.

PART D


Knowledge Acquisition



1.

Ang, J., & Tong, X. (1997). Using the CARMEN

s
framework to model and acquire knowledge.
Expert System
,
14, 57
-
68.

2.

Coller, M., & Tuttle, B. (2001). The acquisition of
price
-
r
elevant domain knowledge by a market.
Journal of
Economic Psychology
, 23, 77
-
101.

3.

Herschel, R. T., Nemati, H., & Steiger, D. (2001). Tacit to
explicit knowledge conversion: knowledge exchange
protocols.
Journal of Knowledge Management
, 5(1),
107
-
116.

4.

Major
, E., & Cordey
-
Hayes, Martyn. (2000). Knowledge
translation: a new perspective on knowledge transfer and
foresight.
Foresight
, 2(4), 411
-
423.

PART E


Knowledge Sharing and Distribution



1.

Gupta, A. K., & Govindarajan V. (2000). Knowledge flows
within mult
inational corporations.
Strategic Management
Journal
, 21, 473
-
496.

2.

Forseca, F. T., Egenhofer, M. J., Davis, C. A., Borges, K. A.
V. (2000). Ontologies and knowledge sharing in urban GIS.
Computers,
Environment and Urban Systems
, 24, 251
-
271.

PART F


Knowl
edge Adoption and Implementation



1. Quaddus, M., & Xu, J. (2005). Adoption and diffusion of
knowledge management systems: field studies of factor and
variables.
Knowledge
-
Based System
, 18, 107
-
115.

PART G


Knowledge Evaluation



1.

Hellstrom, T., & Jac
ob, M. (2003). Knowledge without
goals? Evaluation of
knowledge

management programmes.
Evaluation
, 9(1), 55
-
72.

2. Ahn, J.
-
H. & Chang, S.
-
G. (2004), Accessing the
contribution of knowledge to business performance: the KP
3

methodology,
Decision Support Sys
tems
, 36, 403
-
416.

PART X


Others



1. Newman, B. (1999). Managing knowledge: the HR role, HR
Executive Review, 6(4), 3
-
18.