Apr'19


The IUP Journal of Knowledge Management

ISSN: 0972-9216

A 'peer reviewed' journal indexed on Cabell's Directory, and also distributed by EBSCO and Proquest Database

It is a quarterly journal that focuses on Product knowledge, Services knowledge, Process knowledge, Customer knowledge and Knowledge assets; Developing appropriate culture for knowledge management; Integrating learning and knowledge infrastructure; Linking knowledge management to performance; IT tools for developing knowledge management; Policy initiatives and Strategy for better knowledge management.

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The Relationship Between Valuation Criteria and Maturity Level of Knowledge Management: An Empirical Analysis
50
Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Value Chain Approach to Climate Change Adaptation in the Fisheries Sector of Coastal Bangladesh
50
Knontology - A New Domain of Understanding and Inquiry in Knowledge Management
50
Off-the-Shelf IT Solutions: A Practitioner's Guide to Selection and Procurement
50
       
Contents : (Apr'19)

The Relationship Between Valuation Criteria and Maturity Level of Knowledge Management: An Empirical Analysis
Sorush Niknamian

This study examines the valuation criteria based on the maturity level of knowledge management in the executive agencies of Khuzestan province, Iran. The respondents were the administrative staff of Khuzestan province; 382 respondents were selected as the statistical sample using Cochran's formula. The study included 17 variables of valuation criteria and 13 variables of maturity level of knowledge management. The results showed that there was a significant relationship between the valuation criteria, and the maturity level of knowledge management.


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Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Value Chain Approach to Climate Change Adaptation in the Fisheries Sector of Coastal Bangladesh
Prabal Barua and Syed Hafizur Rahman

Bangladesh is one of the most vulnerable countries in the world due to climate change. It experiences frequent natural disasters, which cause loss of life and damage to infrastructure and economic assets, and adversely impact the lives and livelihoods of people in cyclone-prone coastal belts. About 20 million people live in the coastal region of Bangladesh, and 20% of them directly depend on the coastal and marine resources for their livelihood. Bangladesh has extensive and highly diversified fisheries resources. Fish play a crucial role in the diet and nutrition of its people. The fisheries sector has been playing a very significant role and has the potential for future development of the agrarian economy of the country. Fishers and fish farmers play a vital role in collecting fish from natural water bodies and culturing fish in closed and semiclosed water bodies. But nowadays, climate change poses severe threat mostly to fisheries sector among all other affected sectors. This study analyzes the indigenous knowledge of sustainable value chains of fish species by the coastal communities in response to climate change vulnerability. In this regard, this study identifies the marketable and non-marketable fish species in the study areas and analyzes the potential value chains of the products and sustainable marketing channel establishment opportunities in the coastal area of Bangladesh. Overall, 20 in-depth interviews were conducted with influential stakeholders along with 16 focus group discussions with 150 beneficiaries. In addition, 420 beneficiaries were individually interviewed to get a sense of their status and views towards market development, along with suggestions to set up intervention in future. Ensuring sustainability within the value chains is important to deal with the challenges and changing demands of age. Strong private sector alliance along with public-private ventures and application of indigenous knowledge by the communities could bring sustainable value chain development in the fisheries sector in these most vulnerable coastal communities in Bangladesh.


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Knontology - A New Domain of Understanding and Inquiry in Knowledge Management
Sonali Gayen, Sujoy Dey and Sidharta Chatterjee

This paper provides the foundation of the conceptual term of knontology as a new domain of understanding and inquiry in knowledge management. We construct this sphere by fusing epistemology with ontology, which we believe would help understand ontological problems more effectively. Knontology seeks to provide a deeper understanding beyond ontology-and being conceived from the fusion of epistemology and ontology, it could help us understand and analyze the problems in ontology related to knowledge management more efficiently.


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Off-the-Shelf IT Solutions: A Practitioner's Guide to Selection and Procurement
Amit K Srivastava and Arpita Mehta

The genres which can be assigned to the book are business and information technology. The intended audience is private and public sector organizations and stakeholders who are impacted by the selection and adoption of off-the-shelf IT solutions. The theme of the book revolves around evaluation, selection and procurement of an off-theshelf IT solution for a business.


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