La gestión del conocimiento en entornos de ingeniería concurrentedesarrollo del método de rutas de conocimiento (KPM)

  1. Rafael Brotóns Cano
Supervised by:
  1. Lourdes Sáiz Bárcena Director
  2. Miguel Ángel Manzanedo del Campo Director

Defence university: Universidad de Burgos

Year of defence: 2009

  1. Cesáreo Hernández Iglesias Chair
  2. Ricardo del Olmo Martínez Secretary
  3. Luis Onieva Giménez Committee member
  4. Ernesto Cilleruelo Carrasco Committee member
  5. Francesc Solé Parellada Committee member
  1. Ingeniería de Organización

Type: Thesis

Teseo: 284595 DIALNET


Abstract: A coordinated comunity, also known as knowledge team, whose objective is to develope a new industrial product following the premises of the concurrent engineering, will need several knowledges to develop its activity with the most efficiency and in the shorter period of time. According to this, it's possible to identify how the knowledge flows through the different communication relations established between the team members. The use of the Knowledge Path Method (KPM), sostained over several knowledge ratios, will be the key factor to reach the objectives set by the project. Appears then a concept, know as virtual knowledge, that will allow to project to all levels the knowledge kept inside the different organization levels. Key words: Knowledge team, concurrent engineering, Knowledge Path Method (KPM), knowledge ratios, virtual knowledge.