The Future of Knowledge Management: Visions, Opportunities and Challenges

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    Introduction to the Minitrack on The Future of Knowledge Management: Visions, Opportunities and Challenges
    ( 2023-01-03) Grisold, Thomas ; Kaiser, Alexander ; Kragulj, Florian
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    Innovative Concepts within Knowledge Management
    ( 2023-01-03) Schenk, Johannes
    In our increasingly knowledge-based society the need for innovative concepts within the discipline of Knowledge Management (KM) becomes clear. Therefore, this article aims to shed light on current and uprising innovative technologies and concepts within the discipline of KM. This study conveys recent and previous scientific literature on the relevance of uprising innovative concepts within the various dimensions of KM. We conducted a systematic literature review (SLR) on various literature sources to cover the whole spectrum of innovative KM approaches. All 37 reviewed articles originate from acknowledged sources and were written in English. The findings show, which innovative concepts show relevance within KM, how they are classified into the three innovation categories social, technological, and organizational, how they manifest within KM and what to expect from future KM innovations.
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    Spiritual Knowledge Management: Proposing a new approach and defining a Research Agenda
    ( 2023-01-03) Kaiser, Alexander
    The field of knowledge management (KM) has undergone a fundamental transformation, and it seems a perfect time to reflect on new ideas to re-specify the future role of KM research and practice in a changing and increasingly dynamic world. One such new idea is presented in this paper by proposing the concept of Spiritual Knowledge Management. There is strong empirical evidence that the topics of purpose, spirituality, and self are more important than ever - for both individuals and organizations. At the same time a vast number of authors from very different fields all come to the same conclusion, that a fulfilling and successful life and work seeks to move from a current version of a self to a best version of oneself. Based on this the purpose of this paper is to define and conceptualize the concept of Spiritual Knowledge Management. We argue that the core process of Spiritual Knowledge Management is to enable, manage and organize the deep learning process in order to develop the best version of oneself (individual) or itself (organization). This paper is conceptual and its results should contribute to theory building in the field.