Information Retrieval & Knowledge Management

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On a daily basis, the modern organization manager uses knowledge to make decisions about improvement, in order to facilitate change through different management approaches, and to organize resources to support heuristic purposes, programs and plans. This can be done most effectively if latest Information Retrieval and Knowledge Management (IRKM) techniques are put into practice…

Introduction

Drucker (1998, p.9) in the Harvard Business Review on Knowledge Management has suggested that, 'information-based organizations require clear, simple common objectives that translate into particular actions". In How Organizations Learn by Anthony DiBella and Edwin Nevis (1998, p.124), the authors suggest that "involved leadership" can be enhanced by benchmarking within the organization; providing coaches; leadership development activities; and conducting studies on processes.
Searching, Gathering, aggregating, analysing and disseminating information from diverse internal and external information sources. Since all the required and relevant information cannot be gathered from a single source and is usually spread over a number of files and web locations therefore it needs to be searched and consolidated from different business information vendors, websites, enterprise databases and spreadsheets, then distribute visual representations of their research and analysis in the form of easy-to-navigate charts.
The concept of crawling is also relevant in this type of solution as it uses aggregation of diverse information spread across documents and URLs. ...
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