|Abbreviation: UPRZN||Load: 30(L)
|Lecturers in charge: ||prof. dr. sc. Nenad Bojčetić
|Lecturers: || Filip Valjak mag. ing. mech.
|Course description: Course objectives:
To familiarize students with methods and techniques of knowledge acquiring, management and usage. To emphasize the role of KM and to introduce the problems and issues of KM in medium and large industrial companies.
Enrolment requirements and required entry competences for the course:
There is no special conditions. Student have to be open for discussion, to communicative and to be able to interact with the teacher.
Regular lecture attendance. Involvement in work using elearning system Involvement in discussions during lectures. Completion of the seminar work.
Grading and evaluation of student work over the course of instruction and at a final exam:
Activity during lectures 20% Seminar work 40% Oral exam 40%
Methods of monitoring quality that ensure acquisition of exit competences:
Seminar work presentation and discussion about the presentation and the work.
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to (learning outcomes):
Student will be able to explain the role and the importance of the knowledge management. Student will list forms of knowledge and explain its features. Student will list methods for knowledge capturing, processing and presentation. Student will list enablers and blockers in knowledge management implementation process.
1. Introduction, what is knowledge management, what is it and what benefits it brings. Course organization, the manner of taking and getting ratings.
2. Seminar assigmenets with an explanation of each topic.
3. The company directed towards knowledge, knowledge as a production factor, measurement of knowledge
4. Obstacles in building and knowledge transfer, market knowledge, what is intellectual capital
5. DataInformationKnowledge, Information Management, Models of knowledge management, Acquiring knowledge
6. Knowledge taksonomy, Spiral of knowledge, development of knowledge
7. Examples of research in the field of Knowledge Management: Objectoriented modeling approach of design, computer model of design knowledge
8. Examples of research in the field of Knowledge Management: Model of dictionaries for computerized exchange of information in a distributed product development, Grammatical evolution of technical systems
9. Examples of research in the field of Knowledge Management: Structuring the knowledge base in the design process, Knowledge Management in structural design
10. Knowledge management in the simulations AnyLogic
11. Knowledge management in designer"s rational thinking (and thinking about the task) DRED
12. Knowledge management in the process of project management guest lecture
13. Public presentation of term papers (with discussion and evaluation)
14. Public presentation of term papers (with discussion and evaluation)
15. Public presentation of term papers (with discussion and evaluation)
1. Objectoriented approach to modeling knowledge, what is the namespace and why it"s important
2. Classes, inheritance, instantiation, objects, attributes
3. XML language for writing information (structured), difference of XML and HTML, Benefits and less use of XML
4. XML structure, XML the rules, XML elements and attributes, Display modes and validation of XML, XPath, XML DTD, XML Schema
5. Independent student work to develop two different examples of the information structured in XML format, using XML DTD and validation records.
6. Semantic Web the history and origins, role of Sematic Web in knowledge management systems.
7. Web services as the building blocks of the Semantic Web, other systems used in the Semantic Web: UDDI, WSDL, SOAP
8. What is Web 2.0, What are the features and how it flowed course of evolution from Web 1.0 to Web 2.0, What are the advantages and disadvantages, what"s the next step Web 3.0, Web 4.0...
9. RDF (Resource Description Framework) what is it and what is it used for, what are the differences compared to the XML format.
10. Basics of RDF language (rules, structures, triplets), elements of language, relations
11. Ontologies and OWL (Web Ontology Language) what are ontologies, which are the rules of making and usage examples of ontologies in different fields of application
12. What are extensions that invokes OWL compared to RDF and what"s it for, what is the role for the development of OWL ontology, Elements of OWL, ontologies.
13. Making (with teachers) ontology using Protege software applications.
14. Independent development of its own ontology given concept using software application Protege.
15. Joint analysis and discussion made ontologies.
|1. ||R. Ruggles: "Knowledge Management Tools", Butterworth-Heinemann, December 25, 1996.
|2. ||K. Noth: "Wissensorienterte Unternehmensfuhrung", Wisebaden, Germany, 2002.
|3. ||K. Dalkir: "Knowledge Management in Theory and Practice", Butterworth-Heinemann; 1 edition, June 16, 2005.
|4. ||http: //en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Knowledge_management
|5. ||http: //www.systems-thinking.org/kmgmt/kmgmt.htm
|6. ||http: //www.brint.com/km/
|7. ||http: //www.kmworld.com/
|8. ||http: //www.kmresource.com/
|9. ||http: //www.km-forum.org