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Data Mining

The practice of looking for a pattern in a large amount of seemingly random data. Data mining is usually done with a computer program and helps in marketing. That is, a company can look at the (publicly available) purchase patterns of a person or group of persons and determine what products to direct at them.
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When considering the technological components of a knowledge management system, a question often arises with regard to whether "knowledge management" is merely a new label placed on technologies that have already been deployed in organizations, in some cases for years.
We have to focus on the processes of knowledge management and try to figure out what they are to be able to make some progress.
Garvin (1998) in Harvard's Business Review on Knowledge Management defines the learning organization as "an organization skilled at creating, acquiring, and transferring knowledge, at modifying its behavior to reflect new knowledge and insights.
Kistle: How can companies best align knowledge management initiatives with goals or business strategies?
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Knowledge management requires the adoption of a culture dedicated to the creation and sharing of information by every individual in the company.
Rudnick is quick to point out that the whole knowledge management movement is in its infancy and will grow as our understanding and technological capabilities grow.
Records managers have long been involved with organizational knowledge, and a close relationship exists between knowledge management and records management as business disciplines.
IDC warns companies that think an effective knowledge management program can be planned and implemented in just a few years will be in for a rude awakening.
Sure, it's likely that there are many factors preventing you from shifting from communication deliverables to knowledge management practices.
First and foremost: Don't think of knowledge management as simply a technological issue.
In December 2005, we invited leading law firms from around the world to participate in a comprehensive survey of law firm knowledge management.
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