Óbudai Egyetem - Keleti Károly Gazdasági Kar
Intézet: Vállalkozásmenedzsment Intézet (1084 Budapest, Tavaszmezõ u. 15-17.) Kreditérték: 3
Tagozat: Nappali Nyelv: English Félév: 2012/13/2
 
Szakok: Gazdálkodási és menedzsment BSc alapszak; Műszaki menedzser BSc alapszak;
 
Tantárgyfelelős oktató: Dr. habil. Velencei Jolán Oktatók: Dr. habil. Velencei Jolán (1-666-5214);
Heti/Féléves óraszámok: Heti Előadás: 1 Tantermi gyakorlat: 0 Labor: 1 Konzultáció: 0
 
Félévzárás módja (követelmény): vizsga
 
Oktatási cél: The effective use of human assets is critical to organizational success. Knowledge became the most important asset for organizations. We have to find, transfer and share it. Knowledge is always personal; it involves the whole personality of the individual. Organizational knowledge does not exist in the sense of the previous. Why then we talk about organizational knowledge and organizational learning? These are metaphors suggesting that the knowledge of the individuals is enormously important for the organizations. The knowledge capital of the organization increases when the employees share their knowledge. This is one part of the organizational knowledge capital. The other part is the knowledge that is captured one way or the other. In our visual age it is immensely important to visualize knowledge; this is the first step. The second step is to build knowledge bases, i.e. knowledge-based expert systems.
Félévközi követelmények
(feladat, zh. dolgozat, esszé, stb):
Number of control recitations during the semester:
Building and present a Knowledge Base
Making and present a Concept Map
Participation is recommended on lectures and minimum 75% of labours is necessary.

 
Oktatási hét
(konzultáció)
Témakör
1. IDENTIFY THE MAIN TOPICS
Introduce students to the key concepts and the relevant techniques of Knowledge Management.
2. ABOUT THE THINKERS50
The definitive global ranking of management thinkers is published every two years. Identifying the world’s top 50 business thinkers.
3. UNDERSTANDING THE CONCEPT OF KNOWLEDGE
Overview the three types of knowledge, understand the role of tacit knowledge.
4. KNOWLEDGE SHARING FOR IMPROVED DECISION MAKING
Overview the decision making theories, how to evaluate and chose among alternative actions.
5. AUDITING DECISION-MAKING SKILLS
Students audit how they think, comparing rational versus intuitive decision-making strategies.
6. BUILDING KNOWLEDGE BASES FOR DECISION SUPPORT
Building a Knowledge Base by an Expert System decision attributes could be collected and defined easily and clearly. The case studies reflect students’ experiences.
7. BUILDING KNOWLEDGE BASES FOR DECISION SUPPORT
Building a Knowledge Base by an Expert System decision attributes could be collected and defined easily and clearly. The case studies reflect students’ experiences.
8. PRESENTATIONS AND ASSESSMENTS OF CASE STUDIES
It will enhance students’ ability to describe, construct and assess their competencies. Presentations are helpful to verbalize experiences and how to analyze them. Case studies will be presented and discussed collectively.
9. PRESENTATIONS AND ASSESSMENTS OF CASE STUDIES
It will enhance students’ ability to describe, construct and assess their competencies. Presentations are helpful to verbalize experiences and how to analyze them. Case studies will be presented and discussed collectively.
10. KNOWLEDGE MAPPING
Design and implement a useable taxonomy, high quality categorisation to able to find needed knowledge.
11. PRESENTATIONS AND ASSESSMENTS OF CONCEPT MAPS
Making Cmaps provides to understand the whole process of design, implementation and maintenance of a company-wide taxonomy.
12. PRESENTATIONS AND ASSESSMENTS OF CONCEPT MAPS
Making Cmaps provides to understand the whole process of design, implementation and maintenance of a company-wide taxonomy.
13. „A WHOLE NEW MIND”
The future belongs to a very different kind of person with a very different kind of mind.
14. WRAPPING IT UP AND TAKING IT HOME
A short closing session summarizes the ways in which participants can take this subject messages home and become better Knowledge Worker over the long term.
 
Az értékelés, a lebonyolítás,
a pótlás módja,
a jegy kialakításának szempontjai:
Oral Exam will be in the examination period. Exams must be attended on a specified examination date. There will be 3 examination dates, one of these in the last week of the examination period. Exam dates and the number of students who can attend each date will be determined by the professor who is responsible for the subject in consultation with the student.
The final grade of the semester will be determined by a combination of the quality of Knowledge Base (15 %) and Concept Map (15%), the Case studies analysis and presentation (10-10 %), and the final oral examination (50%).

61 points and above sufficient
71 points and above average
81 points and above good
91 points and above excellent
Minimum 60 % of possible points are necessary; otherwise no affirming signature will be issued.
A félévzárás módja
(írásbeli, szóbeli, teszt, stb.):
Oral exam
 
Kötelező irodalom: McInerney, Claire: Knowledge Management and the Dynamic Nature of Knowledge. In: Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, October, 2002, pp: 1009-1018 [downloadable article]
Sveiby, Karl E.: Tacit Knowledge. [http://www.sveiby.com/articles/Polanyi.html]
Novak, Joseph D. & Cañas, Alberto J.: The Theory Underlying Concept Maps and How to Construct and Use Them. Technical Report IHMC CmapTools 2006-01 [http://cmap.ihmc.us/Publications/index.php]
Ajánlott irodalom: www.danpink.com/
www.gurteen.com/
www.sveiby.com/
www.ted.com
www.thinkers50.com