A presentation file for TIIM conference 2010 Pattaya Thailand,
In the age of social collaboration and sharing that enables by Web 2.0 and Linked Data, many organizations adapt themselves into advantages of interactive, sharing, reusing, interoperability and collaboration on World Wide Web. Organizational learning which is sub of knowledge management also greatly gains benefit from this emerging collaboration culture too. It provides abilities to share valuable insights, to reduce redundant work, to avoid reinventing the wheel, to reduce training time for new employees, to retain intellectual capital as employee turnover in an organization, and to adapt to changing environments and markets.
However, user created content from Web 2.0 multiplying with published structure of data according to Linked Data concept will be a massive amount of data. It is inevitable facing the overwhelming of data. Traditional knowledge management is not designed to extract knowledge from social collaboration. We need a framework that fit for knowledge transfer in highly interaction environment.
SECI model which is a knowledge management based on collaborative knowledge transfer in organization seem to be the best candidate for navigating knowledge creation in this case. This study attempts to address how to apply SECI model to knowledge management system in collaborative organization.