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We believe that this is a fair compromise. oVeRVieW of KnoWleDge ManageMent fRaMeWoRKs Despite the above, ongoing debate, it seems that the potential benefits of standardization are already widely accepted, as there have been several efforts at developing more or less structured frameworks trying to understand and describe the Knowledge Management phenomenon. This section aims to identify the major approaches in the field, analyze them and bring to light, based on that analysis, existing shortcomings and limitations that restrain Knowledge Management application in contemporary enterprises.
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Approaches do exist that while focusing on a specific component they do so in a complete and thus “holistic” way taking into consideration most of the related organizational aspects. However, such approaches are not Table 2. A categorization of kKnowledge management frameworks Framework Category 1. The Framework of Knowledge Management stages (van der Spek & Spijkervet, 1997) Holistic 2. The Framework of Core Capabilities and Knowledge Building (Barton, 1995) Holistic 3. The Process Oriented KM approach (Remus, 2002) Holistic 4.
Complete Prosthodontics: Diagnosis and Management by Alan A. Grant, J.R. Heath, O.F. McCord