Training and Knowledge Management (The information society, the knowledge…
Training and Knowledge Management
The information society, the knowledge society and the knowledge economy.
The notion of the knowledge society is an innovation of information and communication technologies, where the increase in information transfers changed in many ways the way in which many activities are carried out in modern society
The impact of information and telecommunications technologies on the configuration of the new economy.
In recent decades, with the emergence of new technologies, the ICT industry has gained great importance worldwide due to its ability to continuously transform the economic and social environment.
The internationalization and globalization of markets and operations.
The international economic environment is currently characterized more and more by its dynamism and globalization
The main characteristics of the new environment: Turbulence, complexity, constant changes, uncertainty, increased competitiveness
In recent years, companies have been faced with a turbulent environment, characterized mainly by presenting uncertainty, dynamism and complexity
Business excellence in the context of society and the knowledge economy.
In the current context of deep uncertainty and confusion, the only unaltered source of wealth is what people, organizations and nations
The most commonly used research methodologies in knowledge management and intangibles.
The management of knowledge has taken some very significant importance as a factor of change and development in all the work of society.
The design methodologies
is the area of knowledge in which designers study, research and test
The methodologies of empirical studies
The empirical-analytical method is a model of scientific research, which is based on experimentation and empirical logic
The human point of view Tacit and explicit knowledge.
We include within this typology all knowledge that can be structured, stored and distributed
The theory of knowledge management
the demands of the globalization of markets, companies seek new methods, approaches, tools and administrative theories
The strategic direction of knowledge
some organizations require different tools to understand and analyze the usual changes of the dynamics
The strategic direction in the knowledge economy
The treatment of knowledge as an asset is a recurrent axis in strategies that promote innovation and competitiveness
The theory of resources and capabilities
The Theory of Resources and Capacities comes from the academic sphere, which was developed in the 80s and became the precursor of Knowledge Management in the 90s, a concept much more linked to business practice.
Organizational structures in the organization based on knowledge in education
The organizations are characterized by the union of efforts to achieve a common goal
The impact of new information technologies and telecommunications on organizational structures
Information and communication technologies represent in this century the driving force of deep and structural changes in men and in societies.
The "N-Form" or company in the form of a network.
Organizational model developed by Hedlund, and that is framed within the so-called network organizational structures
The hypertext structures for the creation of knowledge
It is worth referring to the adhocratic organizational models before beginning to explain the Hypertext organization.