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Strohmaier M., Lux M., Granitzer Michael, Scheir Peter, Liaskos S., Yu E.

How Do Users Express Goals on the Web? - An Exploration of Intentional Structures in Web Search

We Know 07 International Workshop on Collaborative Knowledge Management for Web Information Systems, in conjunction with WISE 07, , Nancy, France, 2007


Rollett H., Lux M., Strohmaier M., Dösinger G.

The Web 2.0 Way of Learning with Technologies

International Journal of Learning Technology, Vol. 3, Issue 1, 2007, Inderscience Publishers, 2007

While there is a lot of hype around various concepts associated with the term Web 2.0 in industry, little academic research has so far been conducted on the implications of this new approach for the domain of education. Much of what goes by the name of Web 2.0 can, in fact, be regarded as new kinds of learning technologies, and can be utilised as such. This paper explains the background of Web 2.0, investigates the implications for knowledge transfer in general, and then discusses its particular use in eLearning contexts with the help of short scenarios. The main challenge in the future will be to maintain essential Web 2.0 attributes, such as trust, openness, voluntariness and self-organisation, when applying Web 2.0 tools in institutional contexts.

Strohmaier M., Lindstaedt Stefanie

Rapid Knowledge Work Visualization for Organizations

Journal of Knowledge Management, Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2007

Purpose: The purpose of this contribution is to motivate a new, rapid approachto modeling knowledge work in organizational settings and to introducea software tool that demonstrates the viability of the envisioned concept.Approach: Based on existing modeling structures, the KnowFlowr Toolsetthat aids knowledge analysts in rapidly conducting interviews and in conductingmulti-perspective analysis of organizational knowledge work is introduced.Findings: It is demonstrated how rapid knowledge work visualization can beconducted largely without human modelers by developing an interview structurethat allows for self-service interviews. Two application scenarios illustrate thepressing need for and the potentials of rapid knowledge work visualizations inorganizational settings.Research Implications: The efforts necessary for traditional modeling approachesin the area of knowledge management are often prohibitive. Thiscontribution argues that future research needs to take economical constraintsof organizational settings into account in order to be able to realize the fullpotential of knowledge work management.Practical Implications: This work picks up a problem identified in practiceand proposes the novel concept of rapid knowledge work visualization for makingknowledge work modeling in organizations more feasible.Value: This work develops a vision of rapid knowledge work visualization andintroduces a tool-supported approach that addresses some of the identified challenges.

Strohmaier M., Yu E., Horkoff J., Aranda J., Easterbrook S.

Analyzing Knowledge Transfer Effectiveness - An Agent-Oriented Approach

n Proceedings of the 40th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-40 2007), January 3-9, IEEE Computer Society, Hawaii, USA, 2007., 2007

Facilitating the transfer of knowledge between knowledge workers represents one of the main challenges of knowledge management. Knowledge transfer instruments, such as the experience factory concept, represent means for facilitating knowledge transfer in organizations. As past research has shown, effectiveness of knowledge transfer instruments strongly depends on their situational context, on the stakeholders involved in knowledge transfer, and on their acceptance, motivation and goals. In this paper, we introduce an agent-oriented modeling approach for analyzing the effectiveness of knowledge transfer instruments in the light of (potentially conflicting) stakeholders ’ goals. We apply this intentional approach to the experience factory concept and analyze under which conditions it can fail, and how adaptations to the Experience Factory can be explored in a structured way.

Lindstaedt Stefanie , Strohmaier M.

A hybrid

in: Proceedings of the 40th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-40 2007), January 3-9, IEEE Computer Society, Hawaii, USA, 2007, 2007

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