Organizational knowledge is understood not only as knowledge extracted from data through, for example, data mining methodologies and datawarehousing tools, but as intangible capital of the organization concerning different aspects such as, for example, processes, products, customers, suppliers and market. The perspective of study adopted is rooted in the sociology of the knowledge and is based on the vision of organizations as "social communities" and "knowledge systems", consisting of a set of socially activated knowledge processes. Particular emphasis is placed on methods and tools to support knowledge management in different contexts and on the link with innovation.
- Silvia Massa
- Stefania Testa
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