10 January 2002
14 March 2002
"Meta-Knowledge & Intelligence Engineering deal with processes that allow an individual, an organization,
a society or a nation, to discover better ways of doing what they already know how to do." [AMAG]
"The main MKIE (Meta-Knowledge & Intelligence Engineering
) problem is to convince policy makers and
|Events (Date)||HOT Calls for PAPERS & PARTICIPATION : CONFERENCES, WORKSHOPS, JOURNALS, ...|
|February 25-28, 2002.
|XXVI INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP
ON MODELING OF DEVELOPING SYSTEMS:
ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT OF ECOLOGICAL, TECHNOGENIC AND TELECOMMUNICATIONAL RISKS.
Slovak Republic, Liptovsky Mikulash.
|April 2-5, 2002||Third International Symposium "From Agent Theory to Agent Implementation" (AT2AI-3), during the 16th European Meeting on Cybernetics and Systems Research (EMCSR'2002), in Vienna.|
|April 24-25, 2002||SOCIO-COGNITIVE
ENGINEERING IN THE MODELLING OF BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE
( SPECIAL SESSION AT THE 5TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS BIS 2002) Poznan, Poland.
|June 18-22, 2002,||Second Conference on Global Disaster Information Network, GDIN'2002, Rome, Italy.|
|September 8 -11, 2002||Eleventh European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics ( ECCE-11), together with SAFECOMP'2002 , Catania, Italy.|
|Journals & News||Cognitive Processing: International Quarterly of Cognitive Science, Pabst Science Pub.|
A Multidisciplinary Journal: Cognitive Science is the official
journal of the Cognitive Science
|E-Discussion Group||absintelagent · Abstract Intelligent Agent (AIA) e-group, Yahoo|
|The Software Agents Mailing List,|
|SELECTED REMARKS and OPINIONS:|
|KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT IS ABOUT
McKinsey survey> creating a knowledge culture
WEBSITE LINK FOR THIS ISSUE:
From: NEW THINKING NEW THINKING
November 19, 2001 - Volume 6 Number 45
By Gerry McGovern
The reduction in time to market for products and services has been a key driver for successful organizations.
The success of knowledge management can be measured in relation to how it contributes to the right idea being
developed into the right product at the right time at the right cost.
Knowledge is a critical asset for modern organizations. Yet knowledge management is a discipline that is little
understood. Managers believe in the theory but few have come to grips with how to actually manage knowledge in a
McKinsey recently published a survey entitled 'Creating a knowledge culture.' It focused on knowledge
management practices in some 40 companies on a global basis. Theì study was carried out between 1995 and
1998 and had two key findings:
1. Companies that fully embraced knowledge management reduced the time it took for order generation and
fulfillment by 15 percent during the survey period, as against a 1.6 percent reduction for those who had
less developed knowledge management strategies.
2. Product development time was reduced by 4.6 percent, as against a reduction of 0.7 percent.
its findings as follows: "Successful companies build a corporate environment
that fosters a desire for knowledge among their employees and that ensures
its continual application, distribution, and
Organizations who fail
at knowledge management tend to:
There are two essential
ways knowledge can be transferred:
Historically, the primary
way knowledge was transferred was by people getting together. The Internet,
The right knowledge
can make us all more productive. A professional publishing strategy is a
proven way of
|Links using TracerLock:|
Title: Meta-Knowledge Engineering Server
Description: The pages intend to present a general structured top-down view on the problem of Knowledge Engineering (KE) and Knowledge Management (KM) focused on Socio-Cognitive Intelligent Systems, and they suggest generic paradigms and basic definitions which should be valid for the conceptualization of every real-word and abstract systems from the perspective of intelligent beings.
Title: Online Discussions on e-Business, Technology and Knowledge Management
Description: This is the index of all the main discussion threads in the Knowledge Management Think Tank discussion forums.
Title: V.E.R.A. -- Virtual Entity of Relevant Acronyms
Description: V.E.R.A. Virtual Entity of Relevant Acronyms An overview of common and not so common acronyms in the field of computing Edition 1.6 (Texinfo) Released June 2000.
Google search: Artificial Intelligent Society
For citation purposes:
Intelligent Socio-cognitive Systems: Hot-News. No.1, 2002.
(Ed. A.M.Gadomski), http://erg4146.casaccia.enea.it/hot-news1.htm,
Pages of Meta-Knowledge Engineering Server.