Strategic supply chain management can be considered as a tool to enhance organizational performance. Based on knowledge-based view of the firm perspectives, Knowledge management (KM) is a crucial requirement for the organizations to leverage their knowledge in today’s turbulent business environment. Therefore a strategically managed supply chain which concerns knowledge acquisition and application can boost organizations’ success opportunity. This book highlights the importance of supply chain learning and applied supply chain process knowledge, as well as the relationship between these factors with organizational performance enhancement. Hence, it is the supply chain managers’ responsibilities to establish a learning environment both within the organization and beyond the borders in order to exchange the information easily. They also have to ensure that acquired knowledge from learning processes, are properly applied in order to create or improve the products, processes or systems.
Verna Allee, whose groundbreaking book 'The Knowledge Evolution' helped usher in the exploding field of knowledge management, has brought her experience-tested insights into an exciting new synthesis, penetrating to the very heart of value creation. 'TheFuture of Knowledge' strips away traditional business thinking to reveal the new patterns of management thought and practice essential for success in a more complex world. With a gift for making the complex simple and practical, Allee weaves together diverse threads such as business webs, communities of practice, knowledge technologies, intangibles, network analysis, and biology to show why organizations must be supported as living systems before their natural networked pattern of organization can emerge. Embodying Allee's visionary approach, 'The Future of Knowledge' brings forward a practical view of new theories, frameworks, tools, and methods offering businesses a guide to managing the increasing levels of complexity within their organizations and in society at large.'The Future of Knowledge' works on many levels:* At the strategic level, the new tools are intangible scorecards and understanding value networks* At the tactical level, the knowledge management tools for exchanging and applying knowledge are knowledge networks and communities of practice* At the operational level, a wealth of new technologies is supporting the codification, storage and delivery of the knowledge people need to complete their routine tasks.* Leading expert takes us to the next stage ofvalue creation in business * Provides the next step in creating a framework and a tool to manage intangible assets to build high peroformance in the knowledge-based economy* Author of the bestselling 'The Knowledge Evolution'
Educational Management is a huge subject with many critical aspects related to Management theories; different approach, and communication, Different types of Management models etc. which make the subject complicated and difficult to comprehend. The concept of Educational Management has been enlarged in modern times. The teacher needs to get an understanding of Educational Management that she/he can use in her/his daily work. Teacher is to teach the student as a whole person and it is here that teacher will find the study of Educational Management as one of vital significance. Teacher will find it helpful at every bedside. If teacher takes seriously their responsibilities even as a public worker, teacher will find their knowledge of Educational Management constantly in use. Again every teacher in whatever fields of work the work must be to teach without the practical knowledge of the Educational Management. The teacher can also apply this knowledge in their own learning and make themselves a more efficient person in every field because teacher knows how to cut out the loss of effort and time, which results from bad study habits.I hope this book is useful for Educational Manager.
1. The Effects of Talent Management on Service Quality, 2. The Role of Psychological Capital on Job Embeddedness and Organizational Cynicism, 3. The Impact of Talent Management on Organizational Performance, 4. The Effects of Job Embeddedness on Organizational Cynicism and Employee Performance, 5. Examining the Relationship between Organizational Cynicism and Organizational Change, 6. The Mediating Effects of Organizational Learning on the Relationship between Knowledge Management and Organizational Performance, 7. Assessing Employee Attitudes Towards Organizational Commitment and Change, 8. Knowledge Management and Organizational Learning from the Employee Perspective, 9. Do Job Rotation and Role Stress Affect Job Attitudes?, 10. The Impact of Organizational Commitment and Identification on the Organizational Citizenship Behavior.
Knowledge and its transfer are important to organizations in today’s knowledge-based economy. However, knowledge transfers are full of stickiness. This book proposes a unique perspective to overcome such problem - choosing the right knowledge transfer approach. Specifically, the book aims to examine three main questions: 1. What are the knowledge transfer approaches available to transfer knowledge? 2. What are the factors affecting the choice of knowledge transfer approach? 3. What are the effects of the choice of knowledge transfer approach on knowledge transfer stickiness? Findings suggest that different approaches are required to transfer different types of knowledge. Further, a fit between the knowledge transfer approach with the nature of knowledge is able to reduce knowledge transfer stickiness. In addition, it is also found that the degree of power relations present within organizations would influence knowledge management practices due to rent-seeking behavior of individuals. This book is excellent for students studying the topic of knowledge management, for scholars who conduct rigorous research on KM and for practitioners who need to practice KM activities.
This book presents a series of techniques, practices and processes to help project managers and project staff to manage information in a systematic way that will help improve the project interventions. It is through information management that we can improve decision making process, learn and create new knowledge. Knowledge derives from information, as information derives from data. Information becomes knowledge when people do the work and realize an action that generates experiences. The creation of valuable knowledge depends on the adoption of a holistic approach to information management; an approach that takes into consideration organizational culture and politics, information economics and processes, information standards and policies, information strategies and governance. All this translates to an information ecosystem that puts people at the centre and technology as an enabler. Managing a project information system has to do more with managing human behaviours than managing technology.
Fast changes are taking place in organizations and they are all about innovation. However, for them to occur, management needs to have a clear focus on expanding Organizational Knowledge. This book results from a meticulous and criteria-based research into Knowledge Sharing and its interplays with Culture, Motivation and Leadership playing a major role in driving success at a large consultancy firm called Maia Melo Engenharia, founded over 30 years ago in Brazil’s Northeastern state of Pernambuco, which is among the country’s fastest growing state. This book is relevant for the following courses in Management or Production Engineering: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR and STRATEGIC PLANNING. The book is aimed at managers and executive development groups in the areas of Organizational Learning, Organizational Business and Innovation.
Organisations are increasing under pressure to operate efficient and effective strategies within the international market. They rely heavily upon the supply of goods and services to maintain competitive advantage.it is essential that procurement personnel develop an awareness of how strategies are developed and executed within the organisation, and the impact of strategic procurement and Logistics management upon the success of such strategies. The aim of the author is to provide students and professionals with the information and knowledge needed for an understanding of the nature of strategy within the organisation, and to develop knowledge of specific contribution that strategic management of the supply chain can make to overall success. The book has a new vision, added knowledge, optional insight and detailed input. The book is primarily intended to serve as a text for undergraduate, postgraduate and professionals in the industry
This book focuses on risk management through fuzzy logic for uncertainty in Share Market, Business Decision, Customer Decision in Internet Marketing, and Cloud computing. Risk management is a process of identifying, assessment, and prioritization of risk in business. The goal of risk management is to protect business from unexpected results. Risk management also use to protect employees, customers from negative results. Fuzzy logic was used since it is a tool capable of modeling complex and uncertain or vague data using simple terminology such as IF-Then statements. Fuzzy rule based expert system is very effective for knowledge representation of any system. It is an essential tool which balances the economic, social and environmental benefits The fuzzy rule base can be use to optimize the E-Commerce services and rule discovery facilities and could be used to optimize policy knowledge. E-Commerce rule based fuzzy models provide a powerful and robust tool for encapsulating and exploiting knowledge. This book will help the customer for decision making in share market, where buying and selling of shares takes place from anywhere, wherever with the help of internet connected computer.
Management is a process of organizing and directing the resources of an enterprise towards the achievement of certain objectives lay down by the same organization. It is an art as well as a science, as it involves the scarce skills of human beings and it promotes knowledge, like other sciences, which may be useful to the humanity. Management has grown as a separate discipline drawing upon the knowledge and skills of various disciplines like economics, commerce, cooperation, finance, political science, sociology, statistics, demography, quantitative techniques, engineering, ecology, geography, biology, etc. Management uses the relevant information from these disciplines and integrates them to form a multi-disciplinary and cross functional field of study and develops a broad-spectrum approach in dealing with organizational problems.
This book is motivated by my professional work experience and educational training background. While working for the University of Zambia, I observed a number of challenges that the institution faced with regard to the management of knowledge (explicit and tacit) supporting operations. In order to tackle these challenges, a study was conducted to see how best knowledge retention challenges could be tackled. The research culminated into a wealth of practices and techniques on knowledge retention that organisations can adopt and apply to mitigate the loss of relevant operational knowledge. At a glance therefore, this book has addressed issues on the value of knowledge, approaches to knowledge management and efforts that have been made by organisations in addressing knowledge-based operational challenges. The book has also addressed in detail issues surrounding knowledge retention such as the drivers for the knowledge retention in organisations and the components of knowledge retention identified as knowledge assessment, knowledge acquisition and knowledge transfer.
The concept of Educational Management has been enlarged in modern times. The teacher must be aware of their role in building healthy teaching learning process and caring for those who need. In none of these fields can the teacher function efficiently without a working knowledge of Educational Management. It is not enough to learn facts and theory only. The teacher needs to get an understanding of Educational Management that she/he can use in her/his daily work. The teacher can also apply this knowledge in their own learning and make themselves a more efficient person in every field because teacher knows how to cut out the loss of effort and time, which results from bad study habits. This book contains chapters as Management of Educational Planning as viewed by Different Management Concepts, Management of Educational Financing, Supervision, Inspection and Leadership, Total Quality Management and Human Resource Development (HRM) of Management.This book presents a unified picture of what management is and how it is applied to various forms of human Endeavor. It gives a basic knowledge about management functions in the most useful and organized way.
Integrated management of water and its watershed areas is an important agenda for efficient management of water resources. Traditional and local ecological knowledge learned over years of experiences by the farmers play an effective role in management of such watershed areas. Such knowledge and experiences are lost while being transferred over generations. This study is about such traditional and local ecological knowledge of forest management and deals with their role in watershed management. For the study, Sikhu khola catchment (1936 hectare) was selected from the upper hilly region of Nepal. Semi-structured questionnaire survey accompanied by focus group discussions and different formal as well as informal interviews were the major methodologies used for the study. This study has identified different socio-economic services and uses provided by the watershed area, then listed the traditional or local ecological knowledge of forest management that are important in securing watershed services and estimated their role in maintaining these watershed services.
The purpose of the impact of pharmacist in the management of coronary artery disease is to help students,teachers in healthcare profession and practicing clinicians to develop and resolve the problems in coronary artery disease(CAD). Patient education and medication counseling are the base line knowledge requirement for the management of disease like CAD and which are low among the people.Patient counseling produced significant improvement in patients knowledge,attitude and practice score regarding the management of CAD and thereby better therapeutic out come.This shows that counseling does very important role in CAD. A clinical pharmacist can play a major role in improving patient knowledge and by developing education materials like patient information leaflets.
1. The Role of Organizational DNA in Improving Organizational Performance, 2. The Influence of Ethical Climate on Job Attitudes, 3. Job Attitudes as a Mediator of the Relationship between Organizational Cynicism and Organizational Citizenship Behavior, 4. The Effects of Organizational Cohesiveness on Organizational Performance, 5. The Impact of Cultural Intelligence on Job Performance, 6. The Role of Knowledge Management in Improving Organizational Performance, 7. The Effects of Organizational Cynicism on Job Attitudes, 8. The Effects of Talent Management on Service Quality, 9. The Role of Psychological Capital on Job Embeddedness and Organizational Cynicism, 10. The Impact of Talent Management on Organizational Performance, 11. The Effects of Job Embeddedness on Organizational Cynicism and Performance, 12. The Mediating Effects of Organizational Learning on the Relationship between Knowledge Management and Organizational Performance, 13. Knowledge Management and Organizational Learning from the Employee Perspective, 14. Do Job Rotation and Role Stress Affect Job Attitudes?, 15. The Impact of Organizational Commitment and Identification on the Organizational Citizenship Behavior