By David Hollins
В течение революционных и наполеоновских войн, наиболее последовательным противником Франции была Австрийская Империя.
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A comparison between the business processes in which knowledge management is most commonly started and the processes in which the questioned companies 27 Camp ( 1995) Appendix E. 16 locate their core competence shows that knowledge management follows core competence (Fig. 1 ). 2 Approaches to the design of business process and knowledge management One primary design object in private and public organizations are the business processes which structure work for internal and external clients. Known as Business Process Reengineering28 (BPR) or Business Process Optimization29 , the design of business processes became the focus of management attention in the 90's.
7 Summary None of the presented approaches to knowledge management have been developed from scratch. Their main origins range from KBS development and information systems design to intranet development and business process reengineering. Depending on their original focus, the mentioned approaches still show their current strengths within these particular areas. However, detailed criteria for the analysis and design are generally missing. Due to their strong link to information system design, all approaches focus almost exclusively on explicit and documented knowledge as unstructured information.
10 management. Unfortunately the term knowledge is not easy to define. There are numerous descriptions and definitions of knowledge. Romhardt 11 found 40 dichotomies of knowledge like explicit versus implicit or tacit, individual versus collective. Von Krogh/Venzin 12 created seven categories of knowledge to be used in management and organization theory: tacit, embodied, encoded, embrained, embedded, event and procedural. These definitions or descriptions are often used by academics. The discussion about knowledge has a very long tradition.
Austrian Commanders of the Napoleonic Wars 1792-1815 by David Hollins