Knowledge Management and IS Track

Chairs

Frada Burstein Local track chair Monash University
Henry Linger Local track chair Monash University
Suzanne Zyngier Local track chair La Trobe University
Shawn Callahan Industry chair Anecdote

Description

Knowledge Management (KM) efforts contribute to an organisation's effectiveness, efficiency, innovation and competitiveness. Knowledge management is concerned with the effective deployment of organisational knowledge resources, practices, processes, and technologies to realise benefits from an organisation's intangible assets such as knowledge, skills, expertise and capabilities.

The focus of this track is on exploring the role of information systems discipline in achieving the aims of KM in creation, transfer, internalisation, acquisition, and utilisation of knowledge and decision making capital at the individual, group, organisational and societal levels. We welcome papers presenting original research on the management of knowledge and decision making in organisations and the enabling role of IS in these processes.

Topics include (but are not limited to):

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