Essays about: "Kunskapshantering"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 23 essays containing the word Kunskapshantering.

  1. 1. Knowledge Management in Product Development Projects in Developing Countries - A Case Study

    University essay from KTH/Maskinkonstruktion (Inst.)

    Author : Martina Eichler; [2018]
    Keywords : ;

    Abstract : The purpose of this master thesis is to contribute to the reduction of knowledge loss and reinvention inside and between organizations pursuing product development projects in developing countries to ensure growth and improved living standards. Investigation and to determination of existing knowledge sharing and knowledge storing practices in several stakeholders of a product development project in Quelimane, Mozambique will be studied. READ MORE

  2. 2. Improving Software-as-a-Service Sales by Managing the Knowledge of Change Agents : A Case Study of an IT-company in a Servitization Transition

    University essay from KTH/Industriell ekonomi och organisation (Inst.); KTH/Industriell ekonomi och organisation (Inst.)

    Keywords : Servitization; Cloud Computing; Software-as-a-Service; Sales; Knowledge Management; Diffusion of Innovations; Change Agents; Codification Strategy; Tjänstefiering; Software-as-a-Service; Molntjänster; Sälj; Kunskapshantering; Innovation; Förändringsagenter; Kodifieringsstrategi;

    Abstract : Servitization describes the trend amongst companies of supplementing tangible product offerings with services. A case in point is the cloud computing which represents a paradigm shift of servitization in the IT industry as it allows physical products to be delivered entirely remotely as a service. READ MORE

  3. 3. Learning Mechanisms from Digital Innovation Projects : A Case Study of the Swedish Construction Industry

    University essay from KTH/Industriell Management; KTH/Industriell Management

    Author : Håkon Haugsten Hansen; Niklas Loason; [2018]
    Keywords : Inter-project learning; Digitalisation; Innovation; Knowledge management strategy; Learning mechanisms; Construction industry; Project-based organisation; Intern projektinlärning; digitalisering; innovation; kunskapsstrategi; inlärningsmekanismer; byggindustri; projektbaserad organisation;

    Abstract : Today, organisations in multiple industries are faced with challenges connected to digitalisation. The construction industry is one of the sectors in Sweden that are struggling most to digitalise, despite their efforts. READ MORE

  4. 4. Knowledge)management)in)and)between)large) complex)projects : An!investigation!of!enablers!and!inhibitors!of!an! implementation!of!new!knowledge!management! concepts!in!knowledge7intensive!organizations

    University essay from KTH/Industriell ekonomi och organisation (Inst.); KTH/Industriell ekonomi och organisation (Inst.)

    Keywords : Knowledge management; organizational learning; change management; enablers; inhibitors; Kunskapshantering; organisatoriskt lärande; förändringshantering; möjliggörare; inhibitorer;

    Abstract : Knowledge management is in the ever-changing environment and previous research argues that the survival and growth of organizations in such changing environment is dependent upon effective utilization of information and knowledge. Although knowledge management has developed over long time, both in research and in practice, its recognition as a discipline is still debated and there are few models substantial enough to be used in practice. READ MORE

  5. 5. Moving towards BIM : Managing the gap between design and construction

    University essay from KTH/Fastigheter och byggande

    Author : Prisila Putri Pinarsinta Purba; [2018]
    Keywords : BIM implementation; construction project management; organisational and contractual arrangement; model-based deliveries; BIM guidelines; knowledge management; BIM-genomförande; byggprojektledning; organisations- och kontraktsarrangemang; modellbaserade leveranser; BIM riktlinjer; kunskapshantering;

    Abstract : Many literature suggested that BIM (Building Information Modeling) is a promising future for the AEC (Architecture, Engineering, and Construction) industry that offers enormous benefits to its actors, such as improved design quality due to less collision between disciplines and better understanding of building overview for better communication among the project team and decision-making process. However, lack of BIM knowledge and skill, absence of BIM legal acts, huge investment, software limitations, etc, are most of the time becoming barriers for them to reap the full potential of BIM. READ MORE