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kBOS Applied Knowledge Engineering Methodologyknowledge management

kBOS Applied Knowledge Engineering Methodology

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KM in the 1990's

KM business recognition phase in the early 90's

In the beginning of the 90’s many initiatives and research projects started in the area of knowledge management. A consortium of U.S. companies started the Initiative for Managing Knowledge Assets in 1989.
Europe the Foundation for Enterprise Knowledge Development –FEND established in London in 1992 by leading enterprises and Universities.  FEND focused its research in Enterprise Knowledge Development exploring the use of business models as a key mechanism in different aspects of knowledge management. This work provided an important influence on the development of the Applied Knowledge Engineering principles and the development of the kBOS platform.

By the mid-1990s, knowledge management initiatives were flourishing, and importantly a number of European, and Japanese firms had instituted focused knowledge management programs. The International Knowledge Management Network (IKMN), begun in Europe in 1989, went online in 1994 and was soon joined by the U.S.-based Knowledge Management Forum and other KM-related groups and publications. In 1994 the IKMN published the results of a knowledge management survey conducted among European firms, and the European Community began offering funding for KM-related projects through the ESPRIT program in 1995.


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