A Mobile Portal for Academe
Hans Lehmann (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand), Stefan Berger (Detecon International GmbH, Germany) and Ulrich Remus (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany)
Copyright: © 2007
Today, many working environments and industries are considered as knowledge-intensive, that is, consulting, software, pharmaceutics, financial services, and so forth, and the share of knowledge work has risen continuously during the last decades (Wolff, 2005). Knowledge management (KM) has been introduced to overcome some of the problems knowledge workers are faced when handling knowledge, that is, the problems of storing, organizing, and distributing large amounts of knowledge and its corresponding problem of information overload and so forth (Maier, 2004).