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In this paper, based on stakeholder theory and value chain concept integration, a new approach to the corporate knowledge management in a Ramp-up is introduced. With set theory use, the types of knowledge the development of which is in the interest of the stakeholders are conceptually defined. The paper also includes the description of the approach to definition of responsibility centers for knowledge management, highlights their functionality, provides examples of specific practices and knowledge management tools.
Conclusion and discussion
The relatively small part of literature devoted to knowledge management in the implementation of Ramp-up makes this area especially attractive for research. The attempt to conceptually describe the knowledge management issue and show the practical experience of improving the system in terms of Ramp-up made in this article could be one of the starting points for further more detailed studies. The approach proposed in this paper aims to enhance the effectivness of corporate knowledge management by building an appropriate structure and consolidation of the centers of responsibility functions of collecting, processing, generation and transfer of knowledge on specific to them types of knowledge. Total corporate knowledge management system in this case should be a unified information infrastructure to provide interconnection of individual responsibility centers for knowledge management and organizational platform to enable stakeholders to participate in this process.
Discussion component of this study is to initiate the debates on specific organizational knowledge management activities within the allocated responsibility centers. In particular, very promising are the issues of development of specific methods of collecting, processing, generation and transfer of knowledge with regard to the individual responsibility centers, as well as issues of assessing the effectiveness of their operation. Also, the proposed category of “technological capital” offers a vast field for research. It is obvious that the development of specific managerial tools for this type of capital is an actual scientific and practicaltask for today and for the foreseeable future, which means that research in this area will be successfully continued.