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Knowledge Management Tools

Knowledge Management Tools
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15 Effective Tools for Visual Knowledge Management Since I started my quest a few years ago searching for the ultimate knowledge management tool, I’ve discovered a number of interesting applications that help people efficiently organize information. There certainly is no shortage of solutions for this problem domain. Many tools exist that offer the ability to discover, save, organize, search, and retrieve information. Most traditional personal knowledge management (PKM) or personal information management (PIM) applications offer the same basic set of features: * Storage of notes and documents * Search functionality and keyword/tagging capability * Outline view in a traditional hierarchy, or user-defined views * Task management, calendar, and contact management (mainly PIM, not KM) These are essential features, however don’t offer too much to the more visually-inclined knowledge junkies. 15. Link: Platforms: Win, Mac, Linux Cost: Free (Open Source) 14. Tinderbox stores and organizes your notes, plans, and ideas.

A propos Bonjour, je m’appelle Olivier. Mon objectif est de vous faire découvrir, à travers ce blog, comment stocker, organiser et partager vos données, sur le web. Nous verrons par exemple comment : sauvegarder, synchroniser et partager vos sites favoris (favoris, marque-pages ou signets, suivant la terminologie utilisée par votre navigateur)stocker, organiser et partager vos photosstocker vos musiques sur un site internet et les écouter depuis n’importe où, même sans ordinateursauvegarder et synchroniser vos fichiers de tout type, comme on le ferait avec une clé USB, mais sur un site webutiliser un blog ou un wiki pour conserver des informations personnelles, familiales, ou les diffuser à un public beaucoup plus largeutiliser des applications web pour éditer, stocker et partager des documents bureautiques, de type traitement de texte, tableur ou présentationet bien d’autres choses encore… Ce blog se veut avant-tout pratique. Certains articles sont déjà prêts.

images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSaCGlJdA6zGEdsNazFwCMxtRg31GLIlNZtf-2xUtmcROoPzE0Y i-KM Management des connaissances Personal wiki A personal wiki is a wiki maintained primarily for personal use. Personal wikis allow people to organize information on their desktop or mobile computing devices in a manner similar to community wikis, but without the need for collaboration by multiple users.[1] Some personal wikis are public but password-protected, running either on their own webservers or hosted by third parties. This has the advantage that the personal space can be accessed and edited from any computer or PDA with a web browser.[3] Multi-user wiki software[edit] Multi-user wiki applications with personal editions: Single-user wiki software[edit] There are also wiki applications specifically designed for personal use[5] apps for mobile use,[6] and apps for USB stick use.[7] Their feature set often differs from traditional wikis; examples are: WikidPad Screen shot Notable examples of such software include: Hosted personal wiki software[edit] See also[edit] References[edit] External links[edit]

Knowledge extraction Knowledge extraction is the creation of knowledge from structured (relational databases, XML) and unstructured (text, documents, images) sources. The resulting knowledge needs to be in a machine-readable and machine-interpretable format and must represent knowledge in a manner that facilitates inferencing. Although it is methodically similar to information extraction (NLP) and ETL (data warehouse), the main criteria is that the extraction result goes beyond the creation of structured information or the transformation into a relational schema. Overview[edit] After the standardization of knowledge representation languages such as RDF and OWL, much research has been conducted in the area, especially regarding transforming relational databases into RDF, identity resolution, knowledge discovery and ontology learning. The following criteria can be used to categorize approaches in this topic (some of them only account for extraction from relational databases):[2] Examples[edit] XML[edit]

Travail collaboratif en ligne : soyez efficace et utilisez les bons outils Un entrepreneur comme vous et moi, mobile ou non, ne travaille que très rarement seul sur un projet. Il travaille avec ses associés, ses partenaires, ses clients, ses prestataires… Et c’est grâce au travail collaboratif en ligne qu’il peut le faire de manière mobile, dématérialisée, sans devoir être physiquement au côté de ses collaborateurs. Pour pouvoir exercer mes activités depuis n’importe où dans le monde, je me suis intéressé de près à ces nouveaux modes de travail et aux outils qu’il faut utiliser pour travailler de cette manière. J’ai établi et partagé avec mes collaborateurs plusieurs méthodes de travail qui nous permettent de nous organiser à distance et de gagner en efficacité. Dans ce dossier, vous trouverez tout ce dont vous avez besoin pour travailler de manière collaborative en ligne. Un coworking space à Guadalajara, au Mexique Voici la définition du “Travail collboratif” sur Wikipédia, qui est d’ailleurs un excellent exemple de projet mené de manière collaborative :

KM models In this section I will examine three knowledge management (KM) models that take three very different approaches to KM. The KM Process Framework by Bukowitz and Williams (1999) This KM model depicts the process that defines the strategy for management to build, divest, and enhance knowledge assets. KM initiatives are the result of the response to tactical and strategic changes and needs. The KM Matrix by Gamble and Blackwell (2001) This KM model presents a general theoretical framework, as well as specific guidelines for implementation.. The KM process is split into four stages. As all sequential models, the steps are not to be taken literally, but they do provide an excellent overview of the role of the KM manager. The Knowledge Management Process Model by Botha et al (2008) This model attempts to offer a more realistic overview of the KM process. The model further shows which of the three categories are more people oriented and which are more technology focused. Like This Story

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