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Knowledge Management

Knowledge Management

Maria Henkel

Knowledge management is concerned with the optimization of information flows in companies or other organizations. The focus of our research rests on the internal Knowledge Management. By the suitable and fast access to information it is possible for companies to be efficiently responsive to a dynamic environment. Essential aspects of Knowledge Management are the saving, refreshing and establishing of important information but also the development of staff collaboration in different ways.


Gust von Loh, S., & Peters, I. (2011). Erfolgsfaktoren bei der Einführung von Social Software in Unternehmen. In R. Maier (Ed.), Proceedings of the 6th Conference on Professional Knowledge Management (Lecture Notes in Informatics, 182), Innsbruck, Österreich (pp. 77-87). Bonn: Köllen Druck + Verlag. 

Heck, T., & Peters, I. (2010). Expert Recommender Systems: Establishing Communities of Practice Based on Social Bookmarking Systems. In Proceedings of I-Know 2010. 10th International Conference on Knowledge Management and Knowledge Technologies (pp. 458-464)

Peters, I., Puschmann, C., Trkulja, V., & Weller, K. (Eds.) (2010). Social Software @ Work. Collaborative Work, Communication and Knowledge Management in Theory and Practice. Proceedings of the 1st Interdisciplinary Workshop of the Heinrich-Heine-University. Düsseldorf, Germany, September 28th and 29th, 2009. CEUR Workshop Proceedings, Vol. 591, 

Stock, W. G., Peters, I., & Weller, K. (2010). Social Semantic Corporate Digital Libraries: Joining Knowledge Representation and Knowledge Management. In A. Woodsworth (Ed.), Advances in Librarianship, Volume 32  (pp.137-158). Bingley: Emerald.

Peters, I., Stock, W. G., & Weller, K. (2010). Joining Knowledge Representation and Knowledge Management in Digital Libraries. In D. C. Kar et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of the International Conference on Digital Libraries (ICDL 2010), Delhi, India (pp. 659-675). New Delhi: TERI Press.  

Gust von Loh, S. (2009): Evidenzbasiertes Wissensmanagement. Wiesbaden: Gabler. 

Gust von Loh, S., & Stock, W.G. (2009). Bridging the Two Research-Practice-Gaps in Knowledge Management. Bridging the Gaps. 5th International Evidence Based Library and Information Practice Conference (EBLIP5), Stockholm June 29 - July 3, 2009. 

Czardybon, A., Grün, P., Gust-von Loh S., & Peters I. (2008). Gemeinschaftliches Selbstmarketing und Wissensmanagement in einem akademischen Rahmen. In M. Ockenfeld (Ed.), Verfügbarkeit von Informationen. Proceedings der 30. Online-Tagung der DGI, Frankfurt a.M., Germany (pp. 27–42). Frankfurt am Main: DGI. 

Weller, K., & Peters, I. (2007). Reconsidering Relationships for Knowledge Representation. In K. Tochtermann & H. Maurer (Eds.), Proceedings of I-KNOW, 7th International Conference on Knowledge Management, Graz, Austria (pp. 493–496). Graz: JUCS.  

Weller, K., Mainz, D., Mainz, I., & Paulsen, I. (2007). Semantisches und vernetztes Wissensmanagement für Forschung und Wissenschaft. In R. Ball (Ed.), Wissenschaftskommunikation der Zukunft. Proceedings der 4. Konferenz der Zentralbibliothek Forschungszentrum Jülich (WissKom 2007), Jülich, Germany (pp. 33–46). Jülich: Forschungszentrum Jülich. 

Peters, I., & Stock, W. (2006). Corporate Blogs im Wissensmanagement. Wissensmanagement, 6, 40–41.  

Peters, I. (2006). Against Folksonomies: Indexing Blogs and Podcasts for Corporate Knowledge Management. In H. Jezzard (Ed.), Preparing for Information 2.0. Proceedings of Online Information Conference, London, Great Britain (pp. 93–97). London: Learned Information Europe Ltd. 

Peters, I. (2006). Inhaltserschließung von Blogs und Podcasts im betrieblichen Wissensmanagement. In M. Ockenfeld (Ed.), Content. Proceedings der 28. Online Tagung der DGI, Frankfurt a.M., Germany (pp. 143–151). Frankfurt am Main: DGI.

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