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e-Knowledge: an approach to fostering manufacturing know-how at the shop floor

By Benny Tjahjono and Wu Bin

Abstract

This paper presents an application of the web technology in promoting knowledge management at the shop floor, known as e-knowledge. The system is expected to promote sharing and reusing various levels of manufacturing information from assembly cell to testing area, and from documentation to training. The implementation of such a system has been made possible by utilising the web-programming environment. To investigate how the e-knowledge works, a case study involving a major cellular telecommunication industry is presented

Publisher: Production and Operations Management Society
Year: 2001
OAI identifier: oai:dspace.lib.cranfield.ac.uk:1826/4716
Provided by: Cranfield CERES

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  1. (1994). Measuring and Managing Technological Knowledge”. Sloan Management Review. Fall
  2. (1991). The Knowledge-Creating Company”. Harvard Business Review. NovemberDecember

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