Welcome to the KM world! Knowledge Management and Its Applications
Presenter: PhD students from the IS Department w/ Dr. Nesrine Zemirli, Vice-Head of the Information Systems Department in CCIS
Abstract: Knowledge Management is now a crucial issue in companies: Knowledge is a major economic challenge for the future. Create, capitalize and share its Knowledge Capital is a need of any innovative organization and society. But managing the Knowledge Capital is not only processing information through new technologies. It is a long term program, starting from a strategic commitment, involving a correct analysis of Knowledge and Know-how in the company, and integrating various and well adapted tools.
Unfortunately, there is no consensus on the nature of knowledge and no universal definition of knowledge management (KM), just as there's no agreement as to what constitutes knowledge in the first place. For this reason, it's best to think of KM in the broadest context. Succinctly put, KM involves blending a company’s internal and external information and turning it into actionable knowledge via a technology platform. Knowledge management (KM) may simply be seen as doing what is needed to get the most out of knowledge resources. In general, KM focuses on organizing and making available important knowledge, wherever and whenever it is needed. KM helps organizations to identify, select, organize, disseminate, and transfer important information and expertise that are part of the organization’s memory. Indeed, KM is the process through which organizations generate value from their intellectual and knowledge-based assets. In this seminar, we present you an overview of the KM, trying to give a clear idea about the KM key issues in different contexts. We see the knowledge management (KM) from several perspectives.
11:00 – 11:10 Introduction to KM world! : overview of the KM – Dr. Nesrine Zemirli
11:10 – 11:20 KM & Health: Effect of KM in Reducing Medication Errors -- Maysoon Aldkhail
11:20 – 11:30 KM & Business Intelligence: Integration of KM and real-time business intelligence. -- Luluwah AlSuwaidan
11:30 – 11:40 KM & E-learning: The Integration of E-learning Systems and KM Technology -- Nora Almezeini
11:40 – 11:50 KM & Health: A Guideline for using KM in Telemedicine Systems Dedicated for Diabetes Patients in KSA-- Abeer AlSanad
11:50 – 12:00 KM & Research: Knowledge Sharing in Research and Development Domain-- Noura Alhakbani
Dr. Nesrine Zemirli is an Assistant Professor at the Information Systems Department. College of Computer and Information Sciences at King Saud University. Dr. Nesrine holds a PhD in Computer Science from IRIT at Paul Sabatier University Toulouse III, France, specialized in the personalized of information access. She worked as a Lecturer and Researcher at various French Universities: ISEP, Paul Sabatier University Toulouse III, School of Engineering the INSA of Toulouse, Sciences Socials University Toulouse I and the University Center for Training and Research Jean-François Champollion of Albi, France. She also worked as a Research Engineer and project & web manager in a French and international business company (Amadeus SAS, Auditek SAS, Solimobile, Milestone SAS, etc.). Dr. Zemirli's main research area is in: Personalized Information Retrieval, User Profiling and datamining, Recommendation system, Social networks and web 2.0, and Semantic web.
Maysoon Aldkhail , Luluwah AlSuwaidan, Nora Almezeini, Abeer AlSanad, are PhD student at Information Systems Department at King Saud University as well as a lecturer in Information System department at IMAM University. She is currently studying an Information and Knowledge Management (IS 611) Course taught by Dr. Nesrine Zemirli.
Noura Alhakbani is a PhD student at Information Systems Department at King Saud University as well as a lecturer in Information Technology department at King Saud University. She is currently studying an Information and Knowledge Management (IS 611) Course taught by Dr. Nesrine Zemirli.
Date: November 21, 2012
Location: Research Center Auditorium, Building 2, Malaz Campus