|Art der Veranstaltung:||Kongress|
|Datum:||17.07.12 bis 20.07.12|
|Veranstalter:||IIIS International Institute of Informatics and Systemics|
KGCM 2012 - 6th International Conference on Knowledge Generation, Communication and ManagementGenerated knowledge is usually communicated. Implicit or explicit management is usually required for both: knowledge generation and communication. Knowledge management requires as well knowledge generation and/or communication, i.e. meta-knowledge regarding knowledge management, which has been explicitly being addressed on the organizational level. These three knowledge’s dimensions are highly related among each other.
Information and communications Technologies are increasingly supporting the effectiveness and the efficiency on Knowledge generations, communication and management, as well as the relationships among them. Consequently, a main purpose of KGCM 2012 is to bring together researchers, professionals, academics, consultants and practitioners related to any of these three areas, to relationships among them as well as those who are related to the conception, design or implementations of systems, tools and technologies oriented to support knowledge generation, communications and/or management.
The phenomena of Knowledge Generation, Communications and/or Management has been addressed in the academic, private and public sectors; in universities and in business; in disciplinary research and in multidisciplinary projects. Support systems are being designed and implemented in and for the three sectors. Consequently, the areas and topics that will be covered in KGCM 2012 will be about KGCM concepts, theories, models and methodologies as well as technologies, supporting systems, tools and techniques. Submissions of papers/abstracts regarding scientific research, engineering designs, technological innovations, case studies, and products development are accepted. In order to establish KGCM 2012’s non-exclusive areas, a survey was conducted, and from about 300 scholars and professionals who visited the survey’s web page, about 150 answered the survey recommending the following areas to be included:
Relationships between Knowledge Communication and Knowledge Generation
Relationships between Knowledge Communications and Knowledge Management
Relationships between Knowledge Generation and Knowledge Management
Means and methods for Knowledge Generation and Communication
Knowledge Communication and Conferences
Knowledge verification and validation
Scientific and Technical Publishing