Business Intelligence and Knowledge Management
Knowledge goals are one of the fundamental elements of knowledge management. They should be derived from corporategoals and define objectives for knowledge management in a company. Without the creation, use and verification of thesegoals, effective knowledge management is unthinkable. However, this is usually not well supported by informationtechnology. Holistic systems which can assist all processes in managing knowledge goals are virtually non-existent. In ourproject, we develop such a holistic approach termed Knowledge Valuation Management (KVM) system. In this paper, wepresent some key components of the system together with some examples.
Schorcht, Hagen; Nissen, Volker; and Petsch, Mathias, "Knowledge Goals as an Essential Component of Knowledge Management" (2011). AMCIS 2011 Proceedings - All Submissions. 1.