5 From Document & Knowledge Management to eBusiness
6 Document Management The Traditional Fields of Applications: Records ManagementScanningDocument ImagingDocument ManagementElectronic ArchivingeFormsCOLDGroupwareWorkflow
7 8 Sources of Knowledge Management Groupware and Office CommunicationDocument ManagementContinuation of Management Information SystemsEnterprise-PortalsMultimedia DataBases and DataWarehousesAutomatic Categorization and AgentsDevelopment of ERP-SolutionsRevival of Expert Systems
8 Future directions of Knowledge Management From a Dimension of other Disciplines to a Discipline in its own RightsFrom Strategic Initiatives to Routine PracticeFrom Inward Focus on Knowledge Processes to External Focus of today‘s HR Managers and CIOsFrom best practices to breakthrough PracticesFrom Knowledge Codification and Databases to tradable Knowledge Assets
9 Future directions of Knowledge Management From Knowledge Processes to Knowledge ObjectsFrom Knowledge Maps to Knowledge Navigators/AgentsFrom Knowledge Centers to Knowledge NetworksFrom Knowledge Communities to Knowledge MarketsFrom Knowledge Management to Knowledge Innovation
11 eBusiness and eCommerce trade on a different plattform, but with the same mechanisms (the logistic companies will win the supply chain management war)transition from paper based to electronic based transactionmainly B2C and B2B strategies based on internet and extraneteBusinesseCommrce is only a part of eBusinesseBusiness includes the internal processes and information infrastructure like document management, knowledge management, workflow, ERP, , databases etc.mainly B2E plus provision of transactions and information for the relevant B2C and B2B processes as interface to the „outer world“eBusiness is focussing on portal technologies for internal and external use
13 Hype or Reality On a middle-term Basis only a Vision Standardized Solutions necessary for broad acceptanceGrowing together of so far independend Tool-CategoriesData Bases, Agents and Search Machines grow to Knowledge EnginesAbsorbtion of conventional Areas by Knowledge Managementspecial niches, e.g. long-term Archiving, will survive as Base Services for other Applications
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