In this paper we show that the typical architecture of current KM systems reflects an objectivistic epistemology and a traditional managerial control paradigm. We argue that such an objectivistic epistemology is inconsistent with many theories on the nature of knowledge, in which subjectivity and sociality are taken as essential features of knowledge creation and sharing. We show that adopting such a new epistemological viewhas dramatic consequences at an architectural, managerial and technological level

Enabling Distributed Knowledge Mangement: Managerial and Technological Implications

Bonifacio, Matteo Salvatore;Bouquet, Paolo
2002

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In this paper we show that the typical architecture of current KM systems reflects an objectivistic epistemology and a traditional managerial control paradigm. We argue that such an objectivistic epistemology is inconsistent with many theories on the nature of knowledge, in which subjectivity and sociality are taken as essential features of knowledge creation and sharing. We show that adopting such a new epistemological viewhas dramatic consequences at an architectural, managerial and technological level
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Utilizza questo identificativo per citare o creare un link a questo documento: https://hdl.handle.net/11582/815
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