Abstract: Knowledge management – the ability of organizations to manage their knowledge efficiently – is becoming a crucial competency for entry into competitive organizations. While its importance as an emerging discipline is somewhat obvious by the attention it is getting and the corporate and academic power it is accumulating, some fundamental issues remain about
The Forum for Knowledge Co-Creation (FoKCs) is a forum where researchers and practitioners collaborate in attempting to scientifically clarify the mechanisms of creations, sharing, and applications of knowledge and to realize highly-developed knowledge societies. Sessin formats: Invited talk session; Theme session; General session; Interactive session (Poster session); Seeds session (work-in-progress session)
The JAIST International Symposium on Knowledge Science (ISOKS) is a two-day symposium, organized by the Academic Field of Knowledge Management of the Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology’s School of Knowledge Science. It is to explore new dimensions of Knowledge Science specially focusing on Systems Science, Innovation Management, and Service Science.
The International Symposium on Knowledge and Systems Sciences (KSS), initiated and organized by the School of Knowledge Science of the Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, is the annual meeting of the International Society for Knowledge and Systems Sciences (ISKSS), formally established at the fourth KSS in 2003. The KSS symposium aims to promote