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Example of Traceability and Classifications of Decision-Making

Abstract : To improve the cooperative knowledge discovery (CKD) classification methods, three tests have been created for design projects: software design, product life cycle management (PLM) system design and ecodesign projects. This chapter presents these tests and their analysis. Management knowledge tries to reveal the social influence on decision making and project realization. The chapter examines how competences of actors influence their behaviors in the decision‐making process. The CKD framework tries to tackle the problem of knowledge management with knowledge engineering methods, and knowledge management needs to be implemented in the organization through education. In the three examples, cooperative knowledge of problem solving and management is discovered: there is no knowledge of project planning since the three examples donor involves product development. The results of these examples prove that cooperative knowledge can be obtained from classification and that the knowledge is meaningful and can be learned.
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Xinghang Dai, Nada Matta, Guillaume Ducellier, Tatiana Reyes. Example of Traceability and Classifications of Decision-Making. Daily Knowledge Valuation in Organizations, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., pp.95-122, 2016, ⟨10.1002/9781119292142.ch5⟩. ⟨hal-02277212⟩



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