Knowledge Management

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ACADEMIA DE STUDII ECONOMICE DIN BUCUREȘTI
FACULTATEA DE ADMINISTRAREA AFACERILOR (CU PREDARE IN LIMBI STRĂINE) SESIUNEA DE COMUNICĂRI ȘTIINȚIFICE STUDENȚEȘTI
Knowledge Management

COORDONATORI,
Prof. Univ. Dr., Marta-Christina, SUCIU
Asist. Univ. Dr., Mina, FANEA-IVANOVICI
AUTORI,
Mădălina, CERCELARU
Alexandru, CIOACĂ
Diana, CIORICEANU
Antonia, CORDOȘ
Michael, DIACONESCU
GRUPA 112

BUCUREȘTI

KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
Authors:
Mădălina Cercelaru, Faculty of Business Administration, First year of study Alexandru Cioacă, Faculty of Business Administration, First year of study Diana Cioriceanu, Faculty of Business Administration, First year of study Antonia Cordoș, Faculty of Business Administration, First year of study Michael Diaconescu, Faculty of Business Administration, First year of study

Summary: Knowledge Management promotes an integrated approach to identifying, capturing, retrieving, sharing, and evaluating an enterprises information assets. These information assets may include databases, documents, policies, procedures, as well as the uncaptured tacit expertise and experience stored in individuals. It also includes content management, best illustrated in the "traditional or industrial age library," as well as process flows in automated environments. Knowledge Management is a very broad umbrella and includes by necessity many people of diverse educational and experiential backgrounds. Many of these people are outside the field of Computer Science and are playing an important role in defining and developing the overall understanding of Knowledge Management. Knowledge has been established as one of the most outstanding assets of organization. The question is: May information technology help the evolution and the sustainment of organizational knowledge? Of course, but you need to remember that information technology is just a part of corporate culture and work practices being equally relevant. Many IT professionals, consultants and managers defined knowledge as what stock market investors look for when they decide to raise the market value of a company, in a few words they invest in a knowhow of the company to produce future cash flows.

Key words: knowledge, history, research, strategy

JEL Code: D83

The presentation of the team

1)Mădălina Cercelaru – she tackled the subject of information technology, surfing many web pages and finally, after finding all the information needed, wrote the chapter ‘Information Technology for Knowledge Management’ and also made the first page of the document. 2)Alexandru Cioacă – he had to find data about what strategies are used in knowledge management, by going to the library and finding information there and also combining it with what else could be found in regard to the subject on the Internet. Wrote the chapter ‘Knowledge Management Strategies’, combined the chapters to form the document and also make the necessary style changes of the document. 3)Diana Cioriceanu – she wrote about the subject of knowledge management research, compiling information from the college library and also the Internet to write the chapter ‘Knowledge Management Research’. Also wrote the table of content for the project. 4)Antonia Cordoș - she searched the Internet for information about the system linked to knowledge management and finally added some of her own data to write the ‘Knowledge Management System’ chapter. Worked the most on the PowerPoint presentation. 5)Michael Diaconescu - he had to find information on the history of knowledge management, going from the roots to the present and finally writing the chapter ‘History of Knowledge Management’. Wrote the summary of the project and also the presentation of the team.

Table of Contents:

1. History of Knowledge Management…………………........p 5 2. Knowledge Management Research……………………….p 8...
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