Parámetros para una herramienta de Gestión de Conocimiento de Informática

Autores

  • Antonio Sánchez Ramírez Centro Tecnológico en México
  • Luis Joyanes Aguilar Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5935/1809-2667.20080003

Palavras-chave:

Productividad, Ambiente colaborativo, TIC, Gestión, Conocimiento

Resumo

Para que la información en acción genere productividad en las empresas debe ser un elemento diferenciador. Para lograrlo requiere de una aplicación sistemática y organizada que facilite un ambiente colaborativo en el que varios participantes conduzcan deliberaciones encaminadas hacia las decisiones del conocimiento en su contexto dentro del ambiente de trabajo, al relacionar los artefactos con los procesos de conocimiento que lo generan y modifican, por medio de la aplicación de parámetros que influyen en las herramientas TIC que ayudan en la toma de decisiones de la Gestión del Conocimiento.

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Biografia do Autor

Antonio Sánchez Ramírez, Centro Tecnológico en México

Coordinador de GC en CIATEQ AC. Centro Tecnológico en México Coordinador de GC en CIATEQ AC. Centro Tecnológico en México.

Luis Joyanes Aguilar, Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca

Director y Catedrático de la Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca - campus Madrid, España.

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SÁNCHEZ RAMÍREZ, A.; AGUILAR, L. J. Parámetros para una herramienta de Gestión de Conocimiento de Informática. Revista Vértices, [S. l.], v. 10, n. 1/3, p. 35–46, 2010. DOI: 10.5935/1809-2667.20080003. Disponível em: https://essentiaeditora.iff.edu.br/index.php/vertices/article/view/1809-2667.20080003. Acesso em: 28 set. 2022.

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