Situating Knowledge Management on the Interpretation Continuum

Leo Obrst and Patricia Carbone

Knowledge Management (KM) is an emerging discipline which seeks to assemble, codify, and manage a repository of human knowledge specific to an organization. KM necessarily involves organizational science and structure (sociology, industrial psychology and engineering), management strategies and practices (business management, business process re/engineering, economics, decision science), and information technologies (including knowledge representation and knowledge engineering). This paper attempts to situate the notion of knowledge management on the interpretation continuum, by gauging knowledge as "interpretation."

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