Adaptive Knowledge Management in Organizations

By Oleg Tilchin.

Published by The Organization Collection

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An approach to adaptive knowledge management in a project-based organization is suggested. The goal of the approach is to ensure facilitation of knowledge transfer among project workers during project work. It promotes an effective completion of a project. The approach provides: dynamic management by the special temporal sequence of project task groups and collaborative groups of the project workers; flexible management by assigning project workers to perform tasks by means of dynamic coordination of knowledge of the project workers with tasks-relevant knowledge; adaptation to dynamically changing tasks-relevant knowledge, knowledge of the project workers, temporal and structural project tasks parameters. The approach is described in detail by example. The approach is evaluated and its effectiveness is demonstrated. The approach may serve as a constructive basis for development of an adaptive knowledge management system of a project-based organization.

Keywords: Adaptive Knowledge Management, Knowledge Transfer, Project-based Organization, Collaborative Groups

International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 9, Issue 10, pp.119-130. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.293MB).

Oleg Tilchin

Professor, Department of Computer Science, Al- Qasemi Academic College of Education, Baqa El- Gharbieh, Israel

Oleg Tilchin has Ph.D. in Engineering Cybernetics and Information Theory since 1978. He specializes in information systems, knowledge management systems and methods of combinatorial optimization.

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