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Agile Practices in Data Science and Data Analytics Projects: A Research Agenda

Description: The digital age comes with transformational activities (also referred to as digital transformation) triggered by emerging fields and technologies, such as data science and analytics, cybersecurity, cloud computing, blockchain, cryptocurrency, and nanotechnology; helping organizations stay current and competitive. This paper focuses on agile frameworks that support the delivery of data science/analytics projects to ensure organizations rapidly deliver analytics products and services to their customers.
Date: December 2020
Creator: Atolagbe-Olaoye, Abidemi
Partner: UNT College of Information
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Artificial Intelligence and Knowledge Management in South African Automotive Industries

Description: Automotive industries in the developed world have strived to improve performance and productivity by incorporating Knowledge Management (KM) practices in their manufacturing processes. This has been attributed to the use of upgraded technological capabilities in the acquisition, sharing, and retention of organizational knowledge. Literature has unpacked that as much as automotive industries need Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) in their KM strategy, they should also include aspects of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to facilitate and share knowledge (Wisskirchen et al., 2017; Calitz, Poisat & Cullen, 2017; Cronin, Conway & Walsh, 2019). More so, they recognised the limitations of ICTs concerning the management of tacit knowledge, which is intangible and difficult to share, as it plays a crucial role in the KM process. Despite the interest of many authors towards KM in automotive industries, there is a lack of studies aimed at investigating AI as a KM enabler in the South African automotive industry. This is a relevant issue as knowledge in the automotive industries tends to manifest itself tacitly. This realization has spawned a growing interest in incorporating advanced technologies like artificial intelligence into KM practices to overcome knowledge loss and bringing in innovation in automotive industries. It is against this backdrop; the study seeks to investigate AI as a KM enabler in automotive industries of South Africa.
Date: December 2020
Creator: Musonza, Charleen & Muchaonyerwa, Ndakasharwa
Partner: UNT College of Information
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Aspectos Que Incutem Em Um Modelo Inovativo De Transformaçáo Agricola Digital No Brasil

Description: The dynamics proposed by the information and communication technologies enter economic sectors and require new behaviors. Digital Agriculture is a way to adapt to the new scenario. However, the modernization movement requires that views on agricultural industries be compensated.
Date: December 2020
Creator: França, Renata; Corrêa, Fábio; de Araújo Nery Ribeiro, Jurema Suely; Ferreira, Eric & Ziviani, Fabrício
Partner: UNT College of Information
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Big Data and Government Information

Description: Panel paper for the 2017 International Conference on Knowledge Management. This panel explores the current landscape of big data applications for government information.
Date: October 25, 2017
Creator: Alemneh, Daniel Gelaw; Phillips, Mark Edward; Smith, Lisa & Shimabuku, Hope
Partner: UNT Libraries
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Blended Learning During Pandemic Through Knowledge Management an Analytical Study

Description: Blended learning (BL) assimilates the best digital high-tech learning and traditional methods that involve students in network learning transcending physical boundaries. It has been embraced as a possibility so that knowledge can be distributed through time and space. KM-based approaches may be used to collect, coordinate, and transmit intelligence to control processes that can be utilized efficiently to recognize and share the most important details to address customer needs. This study aims to explain how to apply KM techniques in the BL environment to increase educational excellence and quality during pandemic situations. The specific consequences of BL actions are also stated in this paper. The quantitative approach was used in this study by using an electronic questionnaire from the students of the department of ISLM of the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Among the 272 students in the undergraduate program, 74 students replied to the online survey questionnaire. The gathered data were analyzed using SPSS version 20. The Findings of the study showed that KM can be used with BL during the COVID-19 pandemic, including integrated tasks, classroom instruction, online and e-learning. Finally, the study also proposed an intuitive model for applying BL through KM.
Date: December 2020
Creator: Hasan, Khandakar Kamrul; Mukherjee, Debarshi; Othman, Roslina & Mostofa, Sk Mamun
Partner: UNT College of Information
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Collaborative Governance and Social Innovation as Subsides to Public Governance

Description: It is understood that Social Innovation (SI) is at the service of society, building a positive social value. Collaborative governance favors the government, with characteristics for a better form of applicability of its theories. Therefore, this article aims to identify how collaborative governance and social innovation collaborate for better governance in the public sector.
Date: December 2020
Creator: Aparecida Prim, Márcia; Zschornack, Thiago; Felipe dos Santos, Adriana; Loth, Adriana Falcão; de Sa Freire, Patricia & Artur de Souza, João
Partner: UNT College of Information

Complex Adaptive Team Systems (CATS)

Description: Presentation for the 2017 International Conference on Knowledge Management. This presentation introduces a new theoretical model to facilitate interactions embedded in complex adaptive systems utilizing a Team Emergence Leadership Development and Evaluation model.
Date: October 26, 2017
Creator: Turner, John; Baker, Rose M. & Romine, Kerry
Partner: UNT Libraries
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Complex Adaptive Team Systems (CATS)

Description: Presentation paper for the 2017 International Conference on Knowledge Management. This paper introduces a new theoretical model utilizing Turner and Baker’s (2017) Team Emergence Leadership Development and Evaluation (TELDE) model as a tool to facilitate interactions imbedded in complex adaptive systems.
Date: October 26, 2017
Creator: Turner, John; Romine, Kerry & Baker, Rose M.
Partner: UNT College of Information
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The Corporate Education System in a Financial Institution in Southern Brazil: Maturity Diagnosis

Description: Corporate universities make up a strategic umbrella for developing the organizational ecosystem with a high impact on business goals. A mature organization in educational activities necessarily creates lasting and sustainable mechanisms for human and organizational development. Thus, we sought to identify the maturity level of a corporate education system and the necessary actions for its evolution based on the Kraemer model (2018).
Date: December 2020
Creator: Neves, Marta Silva; de Sa Freire, Patricia & Silva, Talita Caetano
Partner: UNT College of Information
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Corporate Governance in Public and Private Institutions - Differences and Similarities

Description: Emerged in the early 1990’s, governance is a construct which enables to broaden the management focus to a more comprehensive view, assessing efficiency capacity from different perspectives, such as social and political. Among its applications, Corporate Governance is the most known. In the private sector, governance has become a mandatory practice for companies aiming at increasing their market value or maintaining it high, due to the credibility earned by companies with good governance practices. In the public sector governance is a major challenge, once it concerns itself with generating value for society, in addition to the need for transparency and credibility in the management of public affairs. In this context, the objective of this article is to identify the differences and similarities between Corporate Governance in Private Companies and Public Administration.
Date: December 2020
Creator: Loth, Adriana Falcão; Zschornack, Thiago; Espíndola, Ariane & de Sa Freire, Patricia
Partner: UNT College of Information
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COVID-19 and the Risk Management in the Basic Sanitation: Action for Mitigation of the Decurrent Impacts of the Pandemic

Description: The pandemic of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) has presented us a new world-wide reality. In a short time, huge changes had been necessary. In the sanitation it has not been different. For handle with essential services, in the majority through public concessions, the rendering of services has been strongly influenced for the chaotic economic situation, the necessity of cares with the health of the employees and for governmental decisions that restrict some activities. Thus, risk management becomes an increasingly urgent need, as the impacts of wrong decisions can lead to huge losses. Starting from the hypothesis that the better risk management within organizations, the better the decision-making process will be, this article aims to present the importance of risk management for mitigation and contingency in the face of the impacts caused by the pandemic of COVID-19.
Date: December 2020
Creator: Zschornack, Thiago; Loth, Adriana Falcão; Pretto, Luana Siewert & de Sa Freire, Patricia
Partner: UNT College of Information
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