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Gestió del coneixement » Noves professions per a l’individu connectat En aquest post revisarem els elements socials i tecnològics que influeixen en el canvi de les competències i habilitats professionals adients a la societat web, les noves funcions i fins i tot els perfils professionals de futur. Segons un informe recent de l’ Institute for the Future (IFTF) , anomenat Future Work Skills 2020 , cal tenir en compte una sèrie de nous factors quan pensem en les professions del futur: L’augment de l’esperança de vida a nivell global canviarà la naturalesa del que és una carrera en el món laboral i la forma d’enfocar qualsevol iniciativa vinculada amb l’aprenentatge. L’aparició de les màquines i sistemes intel·ligents : l’automatització en el lloc de treball farà que els treballadors humans deixin de fer tasques rutinàries i repetitives.
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Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Une organisation apprenante est une organisation qui apprend de son expérience et tire les bénéfices des compétences qu’elle acquiert. La mondialisation et le raccourcissement du cycle de vie des produits obligent l'entreprise à repenser son mode de production et de gestion des ressources humaines .
Configuration management Top level Configuration Management Activity model Configuration management (CM) is a process for establishing and maintaining consistency of a product's performance, functional and physical attributes with its requirements, design and operational information throughout its life. [ 1 ] [ 2 ] The CM process is widely used by military engineering organizations to manage complex systems , such as weapon systems, vehicles, and information systems . Outside the military, the CM process is also used with IT service management as defined by ITIL , resp. ISO/IEC 20000 , and with other domain models in the civil engineering and other industrial engineering segments such as roads , bridges , canals , dams , and buildings . [ 3 ] [ 4 ] [ 5 ] [ edit ] Introduction CM, when applied over the life cycle of a system, provides visibility and control of its performance, functional and physical attributes.
Metalearning and Other Ghastly Sounding Words And I thought the word ‘metacognition’ was too heady and ghastly sounding for the blogosphere. I felt guilty about referring to this ugly term in my Middle-earth posts. Now we have a full blown discussion about it half-way round the Globe!
Critical systems thinking is a recent systems thinking framework, that wants to bring unity to the diversity of different systems approaches and advises managers how best to use them. [ 1 ] Critical Systems Thinking according to Bammer (2003) "aims to combine systems thinking and participatory methods to address the challenges of problems characterised by large scale, complexity, uncertainty, impermanence, and imperfection. It allows nonlinear relationships, feedback loops , hierarchies, emergent properties and so on to be taken into account and Critical Systems Thinking has particularly problematised the issue of boundaries and their consequences for inclusion, exclusion and marginalisation". [ 2 ] [ edit ] See also [ edit ] Publications Critical systems thinking
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Joseph Schumpeter Joseph Alois Schumpeter (8 February 1883 – 8 January 1950) [ 1 ] was an Austrian American economist and political scientist . He briefly served as Finance Minister of Austria in 1919. One of the most influential economists of the 20th century, Schumpeter popularized the term " creative destruction " in economics. [ 2 ]
Knowledge Intensive Business Services (commonly known as KIBS ) are services and business operations heavily reliant on professional knowledge. They are mainly concerned with providing knowledge-intensive support for the business processes of other organizations. As a result, their employment structures are heavily weighted towards scientists , engineers , and other experts. It is common to distinguish between T-KIBS , (those with high use of scientific and technological knowledge - R&D services, engineering services, computer services, etc.), and P-KIBS , who are more traditional professional services - legal, accountancy, and many management consultancy and marketing services. These services either supply products which are themselves primary sources of information and knowledge, or use their specialist knowledge to produce services which facilitate their clients own activities. Knowledge intensive business services
The concept of Strategic Information Systems or "SIS" was first introduced into the field of information systems in 1982-83 by Dr. Charles Wiseman, President of a newly formed consultancy called "Competitive Applications," (cf. NY State records for consultancies formed in 1982) who gave a series of public lectures on SIS in NYC sponsored by the Datamation Institute, a subsidiary of Datamation Magazine. In 1985 Wiseman published an article on this subject (co-authored by Prof. Ian MacMillan) in the Journal of Business Strategy (Journal of Business Strategy, fall, 1984) Strategic information system
Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Pour les articles homonymes, voir GED . La gestion électronique des documents ( GED ) désigne un procédé informatisé visant à organiser et gérer des informations et des documents électroniques au sein d'une organisation .
Business Process Reengineering Cycle Business process re-engineering is a business management strategy , originally pioneered in the early 1990s, focusing on the analysis and design of workflows and processes within an organization. BPR aimed to help organizations fundamentally rethink how they do their work in order to dramatically improve customer service , cut operational costs , and become world-class competitors . [ 1 ] In the mid-1990s, as many as 60% of the Fortune 500 companies claimed to either have initiated reengineering efforts, or to have plans to do so. [ 2 ] BPR seeks to help companies radically restructure their organizations by focusing on the ground-up design of their business processes. According to Davenport (1990) a business process is a set of logically related tasks performed to achieve a defined business outcome. Business process reengineering
PolicyPitch PolicyPitch is an American non-partisan organization hosting a crowd-powered platform that gives ordinary American citizens the power to influence policy and change in their community. The site focuses on increasing transparency in government and providing tools for citizens to connect with their elected officials and include policy at the local and state level. PolicyPitch is part of the Open Government movement. In 2009, Walker Hines , a Louisiana state representative from New Orleans, became the first elected official to post legislation on PolicyPitch. The legislation sought to eliminate Louisiana income tax liability for people, ages 18–29, in college or with a college degree].
Knowledge policy Policies are the paradigms of government and all bureaucracies . Policies provide a context of rules and methods to guide how large organizations meet their responsibilities. Organizational knowledge policies describe the institutional aspects of knowledge creation, management , and use within the context of an organization’s mandate or business model .
eRulemaking Electronic rulemaking (also known as eRulemaking and e-rulemaking ) is the use of digital technologies by government agencies in the rulemaking and decision making processes. An interdisciplinary electronic rulemaking research community has formed as a result of National Science Foundation funding under the auspices of the Digital Government Program . Groups such as the Cornell E-Rulemaking Initiative (CeRI) have been focused on researching how technologies such as Web 2.0 can help foster greater public participation in the political process, specifically, in Federal Agencies’ rulemaking. [ edit ] Background In the United States, Electronic rulemaking (also known as eRulemaking and e-rulemaking) can be understood as a subset of a larger Federal eGovernment initiative.
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National innovation system
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The Nature of Entrepreneurial Opportunities: Understanding the Process Using the 4I Organizational Learning Framework - Dutta - 2005 - Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice
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Algorithmic learning theory
genetic optimization method
Principaux projets et réalisations en intelligence artificielle
Applying machine learning or bio-inspired learning techniques to communication networks: Firestation
Competency management system
International Centre for Decision Sciences & Forecasting (CDSF)
ALIVE » Augmented Learning Lecture
Seven Aspects of Strategy Formation
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