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Beschreibung

The impacts of the digital transformation on society in general, and particularly on people's lives, are the subject of increasing debate among policymakers, researchers and industry. This book explores the challenges of this new revolution, identifies solutions, and demonstrates how knowledge management can enable the transition process associated with the digital transformation, guided by the principles of sustainability. Featuring contributions by experts from diverse areas of science and business - on topics ranging from the digital transformation of knowledge management in the public sector, to the creation of sustainable smart cities, regions and countries, and from using AI for business models to food security - it provides a comprehensive discourse on the digital transformation's impacts on employment, education, governance, social life, sustainability, values, the economy and democracy.




Florinda Matos is the founder and president of the ICAA - Intellectual Capital Association. She holds a PhD in Social Sciences and Organizational Behaviour Studies from the University of Lisbon (Portugal). She teaches graduate and post-graduate courses at the ISCTE - Instituto Universitário de Lisboa - and several other higher education institutions. She was a Post-Doc researcher with a focus on the Social Impacts of Additive Manufacturing and is currently an associate research fellow of DINÂMIA'CET-IUL - the Centre for Socioeconomic and Territorial Studies. She is also a member of the New Club of Paris.

Valter Vairinhos is a retired officer in the Portuguese Navy, where he served as a naval engineer from 1964 to 2009. He holds a doctoral degree in Multivariate Data Analysis from the Statistics Department of Salamanca University (Spain). Currently he divides his research activities between the ICAA's ICLab and Salamanca University.

Isabel Salavisa is an Associate Professor at the ISCTE - Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal. She holds a PhD in Economics and is currently conducting research at the DINAMIA'CET-IUL, Centre for Socioeconomic and Territorial Studies, of which she is the former Director (2004-2013). She is also a joint coordinator of the Research Group on 'Innovation and Labour'.

Leif Edvinsson is a Professor Emeritus and pioneering contributor to the theory and practice of Intellectual Capital (IC). He was the world's first director of IC in 1991 and prototyped the Skandia Future Center as a Lab for Organisational Design in 1996. In 1998, he was the recipient of the Brain Trust (UK) 'Brain of the Year award. Listed in the global 'Who's Who', he is a former associate member of the Club of Rome. He is a co-founder and founding Chairman of the New Club of Paris.  In 2013, he was the recipient of the 'Thought Leader Award' bestowed by the European Commission, Intel, and Peter Drucker Association. In 2015, he was appointed to the Advisory Board of the Japan Innovation Network (JIN), and in 2016, to the Advisory Board of the Norway Open Innovation Forum. In 2017, he was the recipient of the 'KM Award 2017' bestowed by Knowledge Management Associates and the United Nations.           

Maurizio Massaro is an Associate Professor at Ca' Foscari University of Venice (Italy). He has also served as a Vice President of the research center on metal analysis. He received the 'Emerald Literati Award' for excellent research in the Journal of Knowledge Management.  He is an international member of the Global MIKE Award, and MIKE Award representative for Italy.




Autorentext

Florinda Matos is the founder and president of the ICAA - Intellectual Capital Association. She holds a PhD in Social Sciences and Organizational Behaviour Studies from the University of Lisbon (Portugal). She teaches graduate and post-graduate courses at the ISCTE - Instituto Universitário de Lisboa - and several other higher education institutions. She was a Post-Doc researcher with a focus on the Social Impacts of Additive Manufacturing and is currently an associate research fellow of DINÂMIA'CET-IUL - the Centre for Socioeconomic and Territorial Studies. She is also a member of the New Club of Paris.

Valter Vairinhos is a retired officer in the Portuguese Navy, where he served as a naval engineer from 1964 to 2009. He holds a doctoral degree in Multivariate Data Analysis from the Statistics Department of Salamanca University (Spain). Currently he divides his research activities between the ICAA's ICLab and Salamanca University.

Isabel Salavisa is an Associate Professor at the ISCTE - Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal. She holds a PhD in Economics and is currently conducting research at the DINAMIA'CET-IUL, Centre for Socioeconomic and Territorial Studies, of which she is the former Director (2004-2013). She is also a joint coordinator of the Research Group on 'Innovation and Labour'.

Leif Edvinsson is a Professor Emeritus and pioneering contributor to the theory and practice of Intellectual Capital (IC). He was the world's first director of IC in 1991 and prototyped the Skandia Future Center as a Lab for Organisational Design in 1996. In 1998, he was the recipient of the Brain Trust (UK) 'Brain of the Year award. Listed in the global 'Who's Who', he is a former associate member of the Club of Rome. He is a co-founder and founding Chairman of the New Club of Paris.  In 2013, he was the recipient of the 'Thought Leader Award' bestowed by the European Commission, Intel, and Peter Drucker Association. In 2015, he was appointed to the Advisory Board of the Japan Innovation Network (JIN), and in 2016, to the Advisory Board of the Norway Open Innovation Forum. In 2017, he was the recipient of the 'KM Award 2017' bestowed by Knowledge Management Associates and the United Nations.           

Maurizio Massaro is an Associate Professor at Ca' Foscari University of Venice (Italy). He has also served as a Vice President of the research center on metal analysis. He received the 'Emerald Literati Award' for excellent research in the Journal of Knowledge Management.  He is an international member of the Global MIKE Award, and MIKE Award representative for Italy.




Klappentext

The impacts of the digital transformation on society in general, and particularly on people's lives, are the subject of increasing debate among policymakers, researchers and industry. This book explores the challenges of this new revolution, identifies solutions, and demonstrates how knowledge management can enable the transition process associated with the digital transformation, guided by the principles of sustainability. Featuring contributions by experts from diverse areas of science and business on topics ranging from the digital transformation of knowledge management in the public sector, to the creation of sustainable smart cities, regions and countries, and from using AI for business models to food security it provides a comprehensive discourse on the digital transformation's impacts on employment, education, governance, social life, sustainability, values, the economy and democracy.




Inhalt
Chapter 1 . Introduction.- Chapter 2 . People, Intangibles and Digital Transformation.- Chapter 3 . Knowledge and Technology: Man as a Technological Animal.- Chapter 4 . Beyond Digitalization: My Boss is Artificial.- Chapter 5 . Smart Cities, Well-being and Good Business: The 2030 Agenda and the Role of Knowledge in the Era of Industry 4.0.- Chapter 6 . Business Model Innovation and Transition to a Sustainable Food System: A Case Study in the Lisbon Metropolitan Area.- Chapter 7 . Digital Transformation and Brazilian Agribusiness: An Analysis of Knowledge Management in the Sector.- Chapter 8 . Sustainable Business Models and Artificial Intelligence: Opportunities and Challenges.- Chapter 9 . Strategy Innovation, Intellectual Capital Management and the Future of Healthcare: The Case of Kiron by Nucleode.- Chapter 10 . ALTUS: A Process Oriented, Knowledge Governance Maturity Model.- Chapter 11 . Trusting Security When Sharing Knowledge?.- Chapter 12 . Sustainable Corporate Development. A Resource-Oriented Approach.- Chapter 13 . KM 3.0: Knowledge Management Computing under Digital Economy.- Chapter 14 . Key Competencies for Digital Transformation in Workplace.- Chapter 15 . The Ungoverned Space of Cyber: Protecting your Intangibles.- Chapter 16 . The Brazilian Development Bank Impact Thesis: A Methodology to Address the Development Goals of the Knowledge and Sustainable New Economy.- Chapter 17 . Knowledge Decentralization in the Age of Blockchain: Developing a Knowledge-Transfer System Using Digital Assets.- Chapter 18 . Digital Transformation and Additive Manufacturing.    

Produktinformationen

Titel: Knowledge, People, and Digital Transformation
Untertitel: Approaches for a Sustainable Future
Editor:
EAN: 9783030403904
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer-Verlag GmbH
Genre: Wirtschaft
Anzahl Seiten: 296
Veröffentlichung: 22.04.2020
Dateigrösse: 6.0 MB

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