Fujitsu, a Tokyo based technology company introduced a knowledge management or exchange system so its engineers could buy and sell knowledge. The system, called FIND2, allowed the knowledge provider to register information in the system and set a price on the knowledge. When a knowledge seeker sought knowledge he/she chose from the menu and was provided with the price. Once a purchase decision was made, the fee, plus a shipping and handling fee, was charged to the purchaser’s department. The k...

BPIR Categories

9.7.1 Encourage employee involvement and feedback
10.2.1 Establish info/knowledge management systems
10.4.4 Manage internal information & knowledge sharing

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