Corporate Knowledge Management

IS 614 für Master­studierende (MMM und Wirtschafts­informatik)


HWS 2020
Durchführende Dozentin Monica Fallon
Prüferin Dr. Ekaterina Jussupow
Veranstaltungs­art Vorlesung
Leistungs­punkte 6 ECTS
Sprache Englisch
Prüfungs­form und -umfang Schriftliche Prüfung (100% bzw. 80%) mit optionaler Fallstudie (0% bzw. 20%)
Prüfungs­termin TBA (60 Minuten + 15 Minuten Lesezeit)
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Kursmaterialien: Ilias
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    Infos zur Veranstaltung

  • Kurzbeschreibung

    Companies have realized that the knowledge of their professionals is a decisive factor in competition. Firms are able to differentiate against their competitors through superior knowledge in the long term. This lecture deals with the question of how the identification, acquisition, organization, storage, distribution, and use of knowledge can be supported with the help of information technology and where the limits of such efforts are.

    Aim of Module

    Students will acquire specific knowledge about the challenges of corporate knowledge management. After completion of the course, students have developed a thorough understanding of the creation, storage, retrieval, and transfer of knowledge. Students will be acquainted with the repertoire of analytical concepts regarding the strategic planning, architectures, implementation, and evaluation of integrated knowledge management systems.

  • Kursüberblick und -termine

    Dozent Dr. Kai Spohrer


    Datum Uhrzeit Thema Raum
    5.10.2020 17:15–18:45 Uhr Introduction BWL Zoom 04
    6.10.2020 17:15–18:45 Uhr Knowledge creation BWL Zoom 04
    7.10.2020 17:15–18:45 Uhr Knowledge transfer BWL Zoom 04
    8.10.2020 17:15–18:45 Uhr Knowledge storage and retrieval BWL Zoom 04
    9.10.2020 17:15–18:45 Uhr Knowledge storage and retrieval BWL Zoom 04
    12.10.2020 17:15–18:45 Uhr Designing knowledge management systems BWL Zoom 04
    13.10.2020 17:15–18:45 Uhr *Introduction to Case Study Group Work: Knowledge Management in Times of COVID-19, Fraport AG BWL Zoom 04
    14.10.2020 17:15–18:45 Uhr Designing knowledge management systems BWL Zoom 04
    15.10.2020 17:15–18:45 Uhr The use of knowledge management systems BWL Zoom 04
    16.10.2020 17:15–18:45 Uhr Recap BWL Zoom 04
    22.10.2020 15:30–17:00 Uhr *Case Study Group Work: Question and Answer Session with Friederike Böhm and Dr. Lars Klimpke, Fraport AG Zoom
    1.11.2020   *Case Study (group work deadline)  
    5.11.2020 15:30–17:00 Uhr *Case Study Presentation Session BWL Zoom 04
    12.11.2020 15:30–17:00 Uhr Exam Prep Session BWL Zoom 04
    25.11.2020 tba Final Exam tba

    *These sessions are for students participating in the optional case study. If you choose to participate in the case study, the case study will be worth 20% of your grade and the exam will be worth 80%.

  • Literatur

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    • Becerra-Fernandez, I. (2004). Knowledge management: Challenges, solutions, and technologies.
    • Irma Becerra-Fernandez, R. S. (2001). Organizational knowledge management: A contingency perspective. Journal of management information systems18(1), 23-55.
    • Dennis, A. R., & Vessey, I. (2008). Three Knowledge Management Strategies: Knowledge Hierarchies, Knowledge Markets, and Knowledge Communities. MIS Quarterly Executive4(4), 4.
    • Fan, W., Wallace, L., Rich, S., & Zhang, Z. (2006). Tapping the power of text mining. Communications of the ACM49(9), 76-82.
    • Hansen, M., Nohria, N., and Tierney, T. (999). What’s your strategy for managing knowledge? Knowledge Management: Critical Perspectives on Business and Management, 77(2), 322. 
    • Kankanhalli, A., Tan, B., and Wei, K. (2005). Contributing knowledge to electronic repositories: An empirical investigation. Management Information Systems Quarterly, 29(1), 7.
    • Kudaravalli, S., Faraj, S., and Johnson, S. (2017). A configural approach to coordinating expertise in software development teams. MIS Quarterly, 41(1), 43-64.
    • Ko, D.-G., Kirsch, J., and King, W. (2005). Antecedents of knowledge transfer from consultants to clients in enterprise system implementations. MIS Quarterly, 29(1), 59-85.
    • Nevo, D. and Wand, Y. (2005). Organizational memory information systems: a transactive memory approach. Decision Support Systems, 39(4), 549-562.
    • Nonaka, I. and Takeuchi, H. (1995). The knowledge-creating company: How Japanese companies create the dynamics of innovation, Oxford University Press, Cambridge, MA. 
    • Zhang, X. (2017). Knowledge Management System Use and Job Performance: A multilevel contingency model, MIS Quarterly, 41(3), 811-840.