Inquiring Organizations: Moving From Knowledge Management To Wisdom
Inquiring Organizations: Moving from Knowledge Management to Wisdom assembles into one volume a comprehensive collection of the key current thinking regarding the use of C. West Churchman's Design of Inquiring Systems as a basis for computer-based inquiring systems design and implementation. Inquiring systems are systems that go beyond knowledge management to actively inquire about their environment. While self-adaptive is an appropriate adjective for inquiring systems, they are critically different from self-adapting systems as they have evolved in the fields of computer science or artificial intelligence. Inquiring systems draw on epistemology to guide knowledge creation and organizational learning. As such, we can for the first time ever, begin to entertain the notion of support for "wise" decision-making. Readers of Inquiring Organizations: Moving from Knowledge Management to Wisdom will gain an appreciation for the role that epistemology can play in the design of the next generation of knowledge management systems: systems that focus on supporting wise decision-making processes. © 2005 by Idea Group Inc. All rights reserved.
Inquiring Organizations: Moving from Knowledge Management to Wisdom
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Courtney, James F.; Haynes, John D.; and Paradice, David B., "Inquiring Organizations: Moving From Knowledge Management To Wisdom" (2005). Scopus Export 2000s. 3087.