Tenth and final volume in the C-2-C series, it provides an introduction to the intermeshed issues surrounding knowledge and learning, focusing on the particular case of the printing and publishing industries. It defines knowledge management in general terms, and relates knowledge management to the specifics of this industry sector. It discusses the role of formal documentation in the development of explicit knowledge management systems, and the essential role of publishing and content dissemination within the processes of knowledge management. It also draws links between knowledge management and new forms of learning, be these organisational learning or personal learning. Includes notes on contributors, diagrams, notes and references. Publication is a joint project of the publisher and RMIT University, based on research funded under the Infrastructure and Industry Competitiveness Scheme (EPICS) of the Commonwealth Department of Industry, Science and Resources. Published in both paperback and downloadable PDF format.The process of interpreting and presenting knowledge in terms of accessible and recognisable information designs, such as an annual report, an instruction manual, a procedure, a narrative, a promotional brochure, a user guide or a researchanbsp;...
|Title||:||Developing Knowledge Workers in the Printing and Publishing Industries|
|Author||:||Bill Cope, Robin Freeman|
|Publisher||:||Common Ground - 2002|