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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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Chapter 3: Displaying the Market Dynamics- Drivers, Trends and Challenges of the Knowledge Management
Chapter 4: Presenting the Knowledge Management Market Factor Analysis Porters Five Forces, Supply/Value Chain, PESTEL analysis, Market Entropy, Patent/Trademark Analysis.
An appropriate knowledge management strategy can intensify the tendency to exploit the available knowledge via an interactional approach (Miller et al., 2007) which is performed through the development of storage innovations, transfer (for example, the benefit of the knowledge in other places), and application (for example, integration of the sections and knowledge).
Knowledge management strategy has a significant and positive effect on knowledge creation.
Among the recommendations of the KMAV team was organizing training sessions in knowledge management for senior managers and decision makers as key stakeholders.
The results of the Pearson correlation coefficients (Table 3) showed that there was a direct, positive and significant relationship between the total score of knowledge management and creativity in the bachelor and master degree students with moderate and low correlations, respectively.
Of the dimensions of knowledge management, combination with [beta]=0.37 had the highest share in explaining the variables of creativity in bachelor's degree students.
In the era of knowledge, both knowledge management and creativity are taken as the most important and interrelated factors in the long term success of persons and organization.
To examine the association of Organizational Learning and Knowledge Management with socio-demographic variables.
The works that served to develop the model were identified using keywords such as "knowledge management", "intellectual property", "intellectual property management" and combinations among these terms.
Knowledge management is a new discipline, and it is drawing its theoretical foundation from different disciplines.
The establishment of collaborative design process model can combine the design process and knowledge management closely, which can describe the requested knowledge of designer in the implementation of design tasks.
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