5 edition of Inquiring Organizations found in the catalog.
April 30, 2005
by Idea Group Publishing
Written in English
|Contributions||James F. Courtney (Editor), John D. Haynes (Editor), David B. Paradice (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||373|
(Please note that, with the exception of nonprofits and libraries, we ask that inquiring organizations include an honorarium and travel stipend in their offer to host Noé Álvarez). Follow Noé on social media by clicking on the icons that appear below. These five inquiring systems constitute different approaches to the creation of knowledge. It has been proposed that Churchman's inquiring systems serve as models for the development of “inquiring organizations”,,,,. This paper describes decision making and knowledge management (KM) issues in inquiring by:
A positive, strengths-based approach of inquiring identified stories is emphasized throughout the book. This is expanded into the inquiry into what gives life to the “system” organization wide. Methods for creating shared images are explored when it comes to identifying a vision for the future. Decision Support Systems for Inquiring Organizations Dianne J. Hall, Department of Information and Operations Management, Mays College & Graduate School of Business, Texas A&M University, [email protected] David B. Paradice, Department of Information and Management Sciences, College of Business, Florida State University Abstract.
the Theory of Complex Adaptive Inquiring Organizations (CAIO) and associated design principles for a continuous auditing system supporting a CAIO, and instantiation of the CAIO theory. The instantiation consists of an agent-based model depicting the marketplace for Frontier. Inquiring Organizations and Tacit Knowing John D. Haynes Chair of Information Systems, UCOL, Palmerston North, New Zealand Email: @ Abstract Churchman’s five Inquiring Systems are considered in the light of Polanyi’s distinction between Tacit Knowing and Practical Thinking. It is suggested that the five Inquiring.
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The book brings together theories of information and organizational behavior with pragmatic, social, and value-driven information-seeking and knowledge acquisition to provide a comprehensive framework for understanding and improving inquiring organizations. This important book comes at a critical time in the development of organizational theory Cited by: 6.
The Inquiring Organization How Organizations Acquire Knowledge and Seek Information Chun Wei Choo, PhD. Shows how philosophical theories of knowledge can deepen our understanding of organizational learning and knowledge management; Provides case studies and examples from policy making, public health, high-tech ventures, and social work.
His present research interests are knowledge-based decision support systems, ethical decision making, knowledge management, inquiring (learning) organizations and sustainable economic systems.
John D. Haynes is currently a visiting professor of Management Information Systems at the University of Central by: The book brings together theories of information and organizational behavior with pragmatic, social, and value-driven information-seeking and knowledge acquisition to provide a comprehensive framework for understanding and improving inquiring organizations.
This important book comes at a critical time in the development of organizational theory. Description. Inquiring Organizations: Moving from Knowledge Management to Wisdom assembles into one volume a comprehensive collection of the key current thinking regarding the use of C.
West Churchman's Design of Inquiring Systems as a basis for computer-based inquiring systems design and implementation. Inquiring systems are systems that go beyond knowledge management to.
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In addition to these programs, our ongoing schedule. learning, hence the notion of “inquiring organizations.”  This paper first reviews Churchman’s inquiring systems, describing their relevance to organizational learning and knowledge management. This is followed by a discussion of two examples of inquiring organizations, and how, in general, they may be developed in practice.
Get this from a library. The inquiring organization: how organizations acquire knowledge and seek information. [Chun Wei Choo] -- What are the practices, arrangements, and mechanisms that make up how an organisation knows what it knows.
What are the underlying values and norms that shape the character and orientation of those. The book explores the epistemology of organizational learning and information seeking; how organizations acquire and justify knowledge; and how information.
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Inquiring Organizations: /ch In order to manage knowledge and operate successfully in today’s information-intensive business environments, various.
This chapter brings together the epistemic and information norms and practices identified earlier in the book to describe an inquiring organization.
An inquiring organization is one that is motivated to acquire knowledge, where this motivation for knowledge includes not only the pursuit of truth but also understanding, creativity, and curiosity.
The inquiring organization surfaces tacit knowledge, which is what its employees bring to the table--their background, education, experience, character, and judgment--and transforms that knowledge into new, explicit knowledge that can be transferred from one employee to another through conversation.
The Inquiring Organization Tacit Knowledge, Conversation, and Knowledge Creation: Skills for 21st-Century Organizations Non-Series by This book provides the context and tools to create knowledge via a proven process of inquiry, questions, and conversation. It introduces the theoretical background to explain why, as well as the practical.
This then is a book about the epistemology of organizational learning and information seeking, how organizations acquire and justify knowledge, and how information is sought and shaped to warrant as well as to question beliefs.
The book progressively develops a set of information and epistemic features used to define an inquiring organization. In the current book, the "knowing" narrative is intentionally substituted by its more active counterpart. The Inquiring Organization: How Organizations Acquire Knowledge and Seek Information shows Choo's latest effort in moving toward a normative view of organizational learning as motivational, social, and epistemically rational.
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As you read the book, you have a variety of meanings, their origins, ambitions, history and nuances, as well as various circles and sub-transfers each story. The Inquiring Organization: How Organizations Acquire Knowledge And Seek Information, By Chun Wei Choo In fact, publication is actually a home window to the world.
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It introduces the theoretical background to explain why, as well as the practical hands-on skills and processes to demonstrate how, to surface tacit knowledge--that which we know but which we have not yet made explicit in conversation, e.g.
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An inquiring organization is one that is motivated to acquire knowledge, where this motivation for knowledge includes not only the pursuit of truth.