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Cartographie des connaissances et gestion des ressources humaines: exemple de l'ambiguïté cognitive des Systèmes de Gestion des Connaissances


  • Aurélie Dudezert

    (LGI - Laboratoire Génie Industriel - EA 2606 - CentraleSupélec)


This paper deals with Knowledge Maps usage in Human Resource Management context. It studies how those specific Knowledge Management Systems are used to take decisions on Knowledge Allocation. With a discourse analysis of ten Top-Managers in HR Departments of French companies this paper discusses the cognitive ambiguity of Knowledge Management Systems and how their usage could create illusions on Knowledge Allocation.

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  • Aurélie Dudezert, 2007. "Cartographie des connaissances et gestion des ressources humaines: exemple de l'ambiguïté cognitive des Systèmes de Gestion des Connaissances," Post-Print hal-00239370, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:hal-00239370
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    1. Mohamed Ali Abdelwahed & Mouna Guebsi, 2015. "Barriers to the use of competence mapping: case of Commercial Trains Service Agents of the SNCF
      [Les entraves à l'utilisation des cartographies des compétences : cas des Agents du Service Commercia
      ," Post-Print hal-01300258, HAL.


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