5 edition of Knowledge Management for the Telecommunications Industry (Research Report series) found in the catalog.
December 1, 1999
by International Engineering Consortium
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|Number of Pages||212|
Abstract. Understanding today’s telecommunications industry is a prerequisite for a successful architectural transformation. The tremendous changes of the industry during the last decades have completely altered their rules and structures. KM for the telecommunications industry. Characterized by fierce competition, defined by information and valued at a half-trillion dollars, the telecommunications industry is one place where the International Engineering Consortium sees the need for knowledge management.. This summer, they released a strategic analysis report on the topic.
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: Knowledge Management for the Telecommunications Industry (Research Report series) (): Thomas J. Housel PhD, Sandra C. Hom: Books. Knowledge Management (KM) has received substantial attention in recent years.
The importance of KM is now being realized and implemented in a wide range of industry sectors like manufacturing, construction, consulting, software, banking, insurance, telecommunications, etc. across the : wondimu Gobena. Taking a practical approach, The Telecommunications Handbook examines the principles and details of all of the major and modern telecommunications systems currently available to industry and to end-users.
It gives essential information about usage, architectures, functioning, planning, construction, measurements and optimisation. This book reflects the tremendous changes in the telecommunications industry in the course of the past few decades – shorter innovation cycles, stiffer competition and new communication products.
It analyzes the transformation of processes, applications and network technologies that are now expected to take place under enormous time pressure. telecommunication companies to implement knowledge management systems to systematically manage knowledge created within the organization.
This helps them to retain their competitive edge in the rapid changing telecom sector. This study plan to explore the emerging role of Knowledge Management (KM) system in telecommunication industry.
The results from the study showed the following: that there is poor management of human capital in the Nigerian telecommunications industry; that lack of effective communication appears to be the bane of structural capital management in the industry; that most of the telecommunications companies in Nigeria have had a long‐term relationship with their customers; and that Nigerian telecommunications organizations are familiar with knowledge management.
His consulting work concentrates on network management products and services, operations support systems for the telecommunications industry, outsourcing, central administration of a very large number of LANs, strategy of network management integration, implementation of network design and.
Knowledge Management: Systems and Processes is a comprehensive coverage of KM, including the explication and connection of the human and the technical side of the discipline so necessary for success now and in the future.
The book is rich in xi. Knowledge Management at Telecommunications Company Telecommunications Company. Business: Headquarters: Employees: Telecommunication Products and Services.
USA. 71, Annual Sales Annual Assets Market Value: 37, (US$ million) 55, (US$ million) 15, (US$ million). workers a comprehensive way to capture knowledge from individuals to the whole enterprises, so that valuable information and skillful experiences within the companies are retained Knowledge Management For Customer Retention – Telecom Industry When the number of service providers are increasing and government regulations increasingly tightening, it’s becoming difficult for the telecom companies 5/5(2).
and be an intensive guideline on conducting a knowledge management project, especially in mobile telecommunication industry or large enterprises. This will increase knowledge management implementation effectiveness. Additionally, it is a ground work for further research in knowledge management implementation.
TELECOMMUNICATIONS BASICS The purpose of any telecommunications system is to transfer information from the sender to the receiver by a means of a communication channel.
The information is carried by a signal, which is certain physical quantity that changes with time. Knowledge Management Practices in the Nigerian Telecommunications Industry. This book gathers world-class scientists, engineers and educators engaged in the fields of telecommunications and presents their latest activities.
The main focus of the book is the advances in telecommunications modeling, policy, and technology. ( views) Radio Communications by Alessandro Bazzi - InTech, implementation in the telecommunication industry.
This study therefore is aims at establishing the factors affect knowledge management implementation in telecommunication industry: a case study of Safaricom Ltd. Specific Objectives 1. To investigate whether information technology affects knowledge management implementation. Suraj, OA and I Ajiferuke  Knowledge management practices in the Nigerian telecommunications industry.
Knowledge and Process Management 20 (1), 30– Crossref, Google Scholar; Sveiby, KE . Towards a knowledge perspective on organisation. Preliminary Knowledge Management Implementation in the Telco Industry: /ch This chapter aims to create a unified model capturing and generalising the different arrays of preliminary knowledge management (KM) implementation successCited by: 1.
Knowledge management: Practices and challenges Article (PDF Available) in Industrial Management & Data Systems () February w Reads How we measure 'reads'. Telecom operators are facing increasing challenges in the digital era. Communication tools based on the Internet, such as Weixin, Weibo and Twitter, have dramatically reduced the traditional profits of telecom operators for SMS and voice calls, and they are trying hard.
Academy of Strategic Management Journal Vol Issue 3, 1 DESCRIPTIVE ANALYSIS OF ORGANISATIONAL KNOWLEDGE UTILIZATION IN NIGERIA’S TELECOMMUNICATION INDUSTRY: A FOCUS ON MANAGERIAL IMPLICATIONS.
Communication vs Knowledge Management. In my industry, knowledge is codified in textbooks and/or scientific publications. The art is not documenting knowledge but the sharing and reuse of. The book Handbook on Telecommunications Planning and Management for Business presents a number of telecommunications issues ranging from telecommunication policies and industrial case studies, to management of technology and network design.
It is an excellant source for both practitioners and researchers who will gain insight into current practices and pressing issues for .In this turbulent business environment of global recession and knowledge economic ages along with the unceasing gravity of knowledge, knowledge management already became the source to improve Industry competitive ability.
This study attempted to propose a model for KMI (Knowledge Management implementation), in the Mobile telecommunication industry.