Daniel Glauber

Dr. Daniel Glauber has extensive experience within the fields of knowledge management, application design and development, software development, and system architecture. The lack of information sharing between personnel may create knowledge transfer gaps while restricting the decision-making processes. Developing a knowledge management strategy acceptable at all levels of the organization requires cooperation in support of a common organizational goal. Glauber has worked around the world helping organizations improve overall performance by fine tuning existing infrastructure, process improvement capabilities, and knowledge management strategies. Working with management and executive members to develop a protocol where knowledge transfer becomes a standard practice in multiple tiers of the organization. The organization studied in this research acknowledged the need for improved knowledge management activities within the organization to help organize, retain, and distribute information throughout the workforce. The organization studied in this research acknowledged the need for improved knowledge management activities within the organization to help organize, retain, and distribute information throughout the workforce. The lack of information sharing between personnel could create knowledge transfer gaps while restricting the decision-making processes. 

Knowledge transfer between personnel can potentially improve information sharing based on an implemented knowledge management strategy. Knowledge transfer between personnel can potentially improve information sharing based on an implemented knowledge management strategy. An organization’s capacity to gain more knowledge is aligned with the organization’s prior or existing captured knowledge. Glauber has a doctorate in management and organizational leadership specializing in information systems and technology. These themes indicate a possible connection between an organizations KMS, the organizations culture, knowledge sharing, and knowledge transfer.View150 ReadsInternational Journal of Social, Behavioral, Educational, Economic, Business and Industrial EngineeringArticleFull-text availableJan 2016Daniel GlauberKnowledge transfer between personnel could benefit an organization’s improved competitive advantage in the marketplace from a strategic approach to knowledge management. This case study attempted to understand the overall influence of a KMS within the corporate environment and knowledge exchange between personnel. A qualitative descriptive case study was the research design selected for this study. The significance of this study was to help understand how organizations can improve the Return on Investment (ROI) of a knowledge management strategy within a knowledge-centric organization. The lack of information sharing between personnel could create knowledge transfer gaps while restricting the decision-making processes. The significance of this study was to help understand how organizations can improve the Return on Investment (ROI) of a knowledge management strategy within a knowledge-centric organization. ResearchResearch Items Knowledge Management Strategies within a Corporate EnvironmentConference PaperFull-text availableFeb 2016ICIKM 2016 : 18th International Conference on Information and Knowledge ManagementDaniel GlauberKnowledge transfer between personnel could benefit an organization’s improved competitive advantage in the marketplace from a strategic approach to knowledge management. This case study attempted to understand the overall influence of a KMS within the corporate environment and knowledge exchange between personnel. Knowledge Management Strategies within a Corporate EnvironmentConference PaperFull-text availableFeb 2016ICIKM 2016 : 18th International Conference on Information and Knowledge ManagementDaniel GlauberKnowledge transfer between personnel could benefit an organization’s improved competitive advantage in the marketplace from a strategic approach to knowledge management. An organization’s capacity to gain more knowledge is aligned with the organization’s prior or existing captured knowledge. The significance of this study was to help understand how organizations can improve the Return on Investment (ROI) of a knowledge management strategy within a knowledge-centric organization. The lack of information sharing between personnel may create knowledge transfer gaps while restricting the decision-making processes. A qualitative descriptive case study was the research design selected for this study. The lack of information sharing between personnel may create knowledge transfer gaps while restricting the decision-making processes. A qualitative descriptive case study was the research design selected for this study. Data produced from the study indicate three main themes including information management, organizational culture, and knowledge sharing within the workforce by the participants. Working with management and executive members to develop a protocol where knowledge transfer becomes a standard practice in multiple tiers of the organization. Developing a knowledge management strategy acceptable at all levels of the organization requires cooperation in support of a common organizational goal. Working with management and executive members to develop a protocol where knowledge transfer becomes a standard practice in multiple tiers of the organization. The lack of information sharing between personnel may create knowledge transfer gaps while restricting the decision-making processes. The knowledge transfer process could be measurable when focusing on specific elements of the organizational process, including personnel transition to help reduce time required understanding the job. Developing a knowledge management strategy acceptable at all levels of the organization requires cooperation in support of a common organizational goal. The organization studied in this research acknowledged the need for improved knowledge management activities within the organization to help organize, retain, and distribute information throughout the workforce. The organization studied in this research acknowledged the need for improved knowledge management activities within the organization to help organize, retain, and distribute information throughout the workforce. These themes indicate a possible connection between an organizations KMS, the organizations culture, knowledge sharing, and knowledge transfer.View150 Reads. The knowledge transfer process could be measurable when focusing on specific elements of the organizational process, including personnel transition to help reduce time required understanding the job. The knowledge transfer process could be measurable when focusing on specific elements of the organizational process, including personnel transition to help reduce time required understanding the job. The lack of information sharing between personnel could create knowledge transfer gaps while restricting the decision-making processes. These themes indicate a possible connection between an organizations KMS, the organizations culture, knowledge sharing, and knowledge transfer. The lack of information sharing between personnel could create knowledge transfer gaps while restricting the decision-making processes. An organization’s capacity to gain more knowledge is aligned with the organization’s prior or existing captured knowledge. This case study attempted to understand the overall influence of a KMS within the corporate environment and knowledge exchange between personnel. Knowledge transfer between personnel can potentially improve information sharing based on an implemented knowledge management strategy. International Journal of Social, Behavioral, Educational, Economic, Business and Industrial EngineeringArticleFull-text availableJan 2016Daniel GlauberKnowledge transfer between personnel could benefit an organization’s improved competitive advantage in the marketplace from a strategic approach to knowledge management. Working with management and executive members to develop a protocol where knowledge transfer becomes a standard practice in multiple tiers of the organization. The knowledge transfer process could be measurable when focusing on specific elements of the organizational process, including personnel transition to help reduce time required understanding the job. The organization studied in this research acknowledged the need for improved knowledge management activities within the organization to help organize, retain, and distribute information throughout the workforce. An organization’s capacity to gain more knowledge is aligned with the organization’s prior or existing captured knowledge. A qualitative descriptive case study was the research design selected for this study. These themes indicate a possible connection between an organizations KMS, the organizations culture, knowledge sharing, and knowledge transfer.View1,089 Reads. 

A qualitative descriptive case study was the research design selected for this study. Data produced from the study indicate three main themes including information management, organizational culture, and knowledge sharing within the workforce by the participants. Developing a knowledge management strategy acceptable at all levels of the organization requires cooperation in support of a common organizational goal. Knowledge transfer between personnel could benefit an organization’s improved competitive advantage in the marketplace from a strategic approach to knowledge management. Knowledge transfer between personnel can potentially improve information sharing based on an implemented knowledge management strategy. 

An organization’s capacity to gain more knowledge is aligned with the organization’s prior or existing captured knowledge. This case study attempted to understand the overall influence of a KMS within the corporate environment and knowledge exchange between personnel. Data produced from the study indicate three main themes including information management, organizational culture, and knowledge sharing within the workforce by the participants. The lack of information sharing between personnel could create knowledge transfer gaps while restricting the decision-making processes. The lack of information sharing between personnel may create knowledge transfer gaps while restricting the decision-making processes. The significance of this study was to help understand how organizations can improve the Return on Investment (ROI) of a knowledge management strategy within a knowledge-centric organization. 

The knowledge transfer process could be measurable when focusing on specific elements of the organizational process, including personnel transition to help reduce time required understanding the job. Data produced from the study indicate three main themes including information management, organizational culture, and knowledge sharing within the workforce by the participants. Knowledge transfer between personnel can potentially improve information sharing based on an implemented knowledge management strategy. Data produced from the study indicate three main themes including information management, organizational culture, and knowledge sharing within the workforce by the participants. This case study attempted to understand the overall influence of a KMS within the corporate environment and knowledge exchange between personnel. Developing a knowledge management strategy acceptable at all levels of the organization requires cooperation in support of a common organizational goal. The significance of this study was to help understand how organizations can improve the Return on Investment (ROI) of a knowledge management strategy within a knowledge-centric organization. Working with management and executive members to develop a protocol where knowledge transfer becomes a standard practice in multiple tiers of the organization. These themes indicate a possible connection between an organizations KMS, the organizations culture, knowledge sharing, and knowledge transfer.

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Daniel Glauber | Doctor of management and organizational .... (2019). Retrieved on March 10, 2019, from https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Daniel_Glauber.