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Organising Knowledge

Taxonomies, Knowledge and Organisational Effectiveness

Taxonomies are often thought to play a niche role within content-oriented knowledge management projects. They are thought to be ‘nice to have’ but not essential. In this ground-breaking book, Patrick Lambe shows how they play an integral role in helping organizations coordinate and communicate effectively. Through a series of case studies, he demonstrates the range of ways in which taxonomies can help organizations to leverage and articulate their knowledge. A step-by-step guide in the book to running a taxonomy project is full of practical advice for knowledge managers and business owners alike.

Paperback, 300 Pages

Published: February 2007

Imprint: Chandos Publishing

ISBN: 978-1-84334-227-4

Reviews

  • Full of insights and useful tips. You really must read it., Inside Knowledge
    …this book would be undoubtedly a very useful asset. …introduces some interesting new perspectives on the importance of taxonomies within organisations., The Electronic Library
    …well-illustrated and supported by a rich collection of relevant case studies., The Electronic Library

Contents

  • Defining our terms; Taxonomies can take many forms; Taxonomies and infrastructure for organisational effectiveness; Taxonomies and activities for organisational effectiveness; Taxonomies and knowledge management; What do we want our taxonomies to do? Preparing for a taxonomy project; Designing your taxonomy; Implementing your taxonomy; The future of taxonomy work.

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