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Collaborative Portal Model For Intercultural Teams Knowledge Management


  • Claudiu Brandas

    (Vest University of Timisoara)


In the multinational organizations, more groups of individuals are being involved in the process of knowledge creation in a collaborative manner, of sharing knowledge and learning from it. These individuals can have heterogeneous cultures and they must use a common language. IT has created and is developing the infrastructure for cross-cultural communications and intercultural knowledge management. Nowadays, intercultural knowledge management can be realized with support of Collaborative Technologies and Knowledge Management Support Systems (KMSS). In this respect Collaborative Technologies and Intercultural Knowledge Management Support Systems (IKMSS) will be the appropriate way for supporting intercultural communication, learning and collaborative knowledge management in organizations. In this paper we present a conceptual model of a collaborative portal for Intercultural Team Knowledge Management as a powerful support for increasing team’s performance.

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  • Claudiu Brandas, 2010. "Collaborative Portal Model For Intercultural Teams Knowledge Management," Romanian Economic Business Review, Romanian-American University, vol. 4(2), pages 63-71, December.
  • Handle: RePEc:rau:journl:v:4:y:2010:i:2:p:63-71

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