Using a meta-modelling knowledge management layer – a new approach to designing the enterprise information architecture
As managers continue to use varied set of information technologies in this fast moving era of globalisation, electronic commerce, and mobile commerce, organisations should adopt an information technology architecture that manages knowledge and meta-knowledge, and enables decision-makers to use information systems on a business intelligence platform. Thus, there is a need for an integrated, adaptive, flexible enterprise information architecture that enforces knowledge sharing and meta-knowledge management in an organisation. This study proposes an enterprise information architecture model for business and technology framework that includes a meta-knowledge-modelling level to enable knowledge sharing besides data and information sharing through organisational information systems. Further, the model is illustrated through two applications of meta-knowledge management systems through the use of object-oriented paradigm.
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Volume (Year): 2 (2010)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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