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The DECOR approach to Business Process Oriented Knowledge Management (BPOKM)

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Giorgos Papavassiliou1, Spyridon Ntioudis1, Gregoris Mentzas1, Andreas Abecker2 1 School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, National Technical University of Athens.

Business Process Management (BPM) and Business Process Reengineering (BPR) [1,2] have been predominant business trends from the mid eighties until the nineties, and are now becoming “serious tools” instead of hype; in the decade from the mid nineties on, the most “fashionable” trend seems to be Knowledge Management (KM) [3,4]. The DECOR project (“Delivery of Context-Sensitive Organizational Knowledge” [18]) develops method and tools for Business-Process Oriented Knowledge Management (BPOKM), a synergetic combination of the two approaches which builds on the fact that business processes constitute a major knowledge platform of a company; i.e. knowledge is mostly created and used in business processes, knowledge reuse is useful to a big extent within business processes (BP), and new knowledge to be acquired or created is relevant if it is relevant for optimally enacting business processes.


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Written by astimen

October 28, 2009 at 11:54 pm

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