The ability to uncover, share, and utilize knowledge is one of the most vital components to the success of any organization. While new technologies and techniques of knowledge dissemination are promising, there is still a struggle to derive and circulate meaningful information from large data sets.
Strategic Data-Based Wisdom in the Big Data Era combines the latest empirical research findings, best practices, and applicable theoretical frameworks surrounding data analytics and knowledge acquisition. Providing a multi-disciplinary perspective of the subject area, this book is an essential reference source for professionals and researchers working in the field of knowledge management who would like to improve their understanding of the strategic role of data-based wisdom in different types of work communities and environments.
The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:
- Cross-Cultural Techniques
- Future Technologies
- Generational Differences
- Organizational Culture
- Preservation Techniques
- Real-World Application
- Technological Support
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This collection explores how large data sets can be harnessed to create wisdom at the strategic level of organization. Fifteen contributions examine the use of big data at the federal government level, working capital management in Serbia, data-driven track-and-trace technology for improving healthcare, the failure of customer relationship management services, and ways to improve knowledge management system initiatives. The closing chapters describe pattern recognition for large-scale data processing, a model for solving business problems, software tools for project management, and a framework for big data initiatives.
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