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Collective Knowledge
Author Robert Marcus and Beverley Watters
Pages 240
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Level All Levels
Published 03/27/2002
ISBN 9780735614994
Price $39.99
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Intranets, Productivity, and the Promise of the Knowledge Workplace

Advances in communications and computing, the advent of the Internet, and the proliferation of high-speed computer networks and servers are producing unprecedented improvements in business collaboration and productivity. Knowledge Workers have become an indispensable resource—the productivity engine of the 21st-century—by using technology to streamline the capture and delivery of organizational knowledge to fellow workers worldwide. COLLECTIVE KNOWLEDGE describes this new Knowledge Workplace, where intellectual capital is a key managed asset and where Web-based collaborative team services, portals for information management and discovery, and broadcast delivery of information to every desktop all help enable constant productivity gains.

• THE HISTORY OF INFORMATION MANAGEMENT: Consider the history of knowledge management and propagation, from cuneiform to computing, and the rise of the next-generation intranet.

• THE EMERGENCE OF THE KNOWLEDGE WORKPLACE: Read about how the confluence of work and next-generation intranet technology has produced a dynamic productivity ecosystem.

• THE COMPELLING BUSINESS VALUE PROPOSITION: Discover how leading organizations are using intranets to increase productivity and reduce costs.

• INTRANET MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES: Obtain practical guidance for planning, developing, and managing next generation intranets—now and in the future.

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