Knowledge Management Systems for Business

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6-2 From Executive Visioning to Corporate Objectives and Measurable Goals to Critical Success Factors to Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and Financial Ratios Within a KMS Environment 195
6-3 Relationship of Company Long-Range Strategies to Allocation ofCompany Resources, Including Their Measurement and Analysis Using Key Performance Indicators and Financial Ratios 203
6-4 Relationship of External to Internal Environmental Factors for Short-Range to Long-Range Strategic Planning for a Typical Company (Operating at the Corporate Level Within a KMS Environment) 206
6-5 Typical Short-Range Planning Analysis (Forthcoming Six Months) to Answer ‘‘What-If’’ Questions During the Budgetary Process About the Profitability of New Products 211
6-6 Tree Diagram Showing the Results of Environmental Awareness Analysis: Output from KnowledgeSEEKER 216
7-1 Marketing Principles Based on Knowledge of Customers 228
7-2 Tree Diagram About Customers for a Telemarketing and Direct Mail Campaign Using KnowledgeSEEKER 239
7-3 Proposed Product 2 Out of Five Products Gives the Highest Return on Investment Over the Next Five Years 243
8-1 Manufacturing Principles Based on Knowledge of the Total Supply Chain 257
8-2 Multidimensional Analysis of Buyer Performance for Three Buyers 268
8-3 A Manufacturing Planning and Execution System on a Monthly Basis at the Corporate Level and a Daily Basis at the Plant Level 278
8-4 Analysis of Overheating Exception Code at the (a) First, (b) Second, and (c) Third Levels Using KnowledgeSEEKER 281
9-1 Financial Principles Based on Knowledge of a Company’s Overall Operations 294
9-2 A Comparison of a Company’s Five Principal Products Using Direct Costing 306
9-3 A Comparison of Sales to Net Profit Before Federal Income Taxes over a Five-Year Period (the Current Year versus the Past Four Years) for a Typical Company 308
9-4 Tree Diagram That Shows the Results of ‘‘Cash Cow’’ Investments Using KnowledgeSEEKER 312
10-1 Human Resource Principles Based on Knowledge of Organization Personnel 325
10-2 Forecasted Personnel Needs for a Typical Company over a Five-Year Period 335
10-3 (a) Tree Diagram About the Hourly Rate of Pay for Females and Males Using KnowledgeSEEKER and (b) Tree Diagram About Hourly Pay in Terms of Education for Females and by Region for Males Using KnowledgeSEEKER 341

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