In an era of an economy based on knowledge and Web 2.0 technology, knowledge is the foundation for improving the decision-making processes and relations between people both in and outside of an organization. Providing new and unique sources of knowledge outside organizations enables innovation and shapes competitive advantage. Crowdsourcing and Knowledge Management in Contemporary Business Environments is a collection of innovative research on the methods and applications of crowdsourcing in collaboration, idea implementation, and organizational development. Highlighting a range of topics including data analytics, crowd computing, and open innovation, this book is ideally designed for business managers, business professionals, business and social researchers, graduate-level students, and academicians seeking current research on the mechanisms of knowledge management in crowdsourcing.
Within the past ten years, tremendous innovations have been brought forth in information technology and knowledge management. Some of the key technical innovations have included the introduction of social media, artificial intelligence, as well as improved network connectivity and capacity. Effective Knowledge Management Systems in Modern Society is a critical scholarly resource that presents an overview of how technical, social, and process changes are impacting the way knowledge systems are being designed. Featuring coverage on a broad range of topics such as knowledge engineering, cognitive ergonomics, and interorganizational knowledge, this book is geared toward consultants, practitioners, and researchers seeking current research on how new approaches in knowledge management impact information technology professionals.
Provides a context for approaching the world in which information professionals work; a tool, the Balanced Scorecard, to help demonstrate contribution and value; and a review of opportunities for new areas of employment and career development, ripe for applying the Information Services skill set.
Providesa comprehensive overview of the current state of information retrieval and knowledge representation.
The Handbook of Multimodal-Multisensor Interfaces, Volume 3 by Sharon Oviatt (Editor); Bjorn Schuller (Editor); Philip Cohen (Editor)
Publication Date: 2019
Provides the first authoritative resource on what has become the dominant paradigm for new computer interfaces-user input involving new media (speech, multi-touch, hand and body gestures, facial expressions, writing) embedded in multimodal-multisensor interfaces.
Explores the effects of technological data handling within developing economies. Covering a broad range of topics such as emerging digital technologies, socio-economic development, and technology startups, this book is ideally designed for software programmers, policymakers, practitioners, educators, academicians, students, and researchers.
The Handbook of Research on Technology Integration in the Global World is an essential reference source that examines a variety of approaches to integrating technology through technology diffusion, e-collaboration, and e-adoption. The book explores topics such as information systems agility, semantic web, and the digital divide.
Highlights key issues, explains concepts and consequences, and shares common experience and examples to help guide an organization through the transformation process of organizing and managing their information assets strategically.