Skibaserl - Knowledge management in high-performance sports
|Skibaserl - Knowledge management in high-performance sports|
|Author(s)||Richter A., Vogel G.|
|Published in||Proceedings of I-KNOW 2009 - 9th International Conference on Knowledge Management and Knowledge Technologies and Proceedings of I-SEMANTICS 2009 - 5th International Conference on Semantic Systems|
|Keyword(s)||High-performance sports, Knowledge management, Social software, Wiki (Extra: Development process, Development project, High-performance sports, Idea management systems, Innovation network, Social software, Web 2.0 Technologies, Wiki, Semantics, SportS, Web services, Knowledge management)|
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Skibaserl - Knowledge management in high-performance sports is a 2009 conference paper written in English by Richter A., Vogel G. and published in Proceedings of I-KNOW 2009 - 9th International Conference on Knowledge Management and Knowledge Technologies and Proceedings of I-SEMANTICS 2009 - 5th International Conference on Semantic Systems.
Bringing together knowledge bearers is a crucial factor for innovation in highperformance sports. Since the capabilities of a growing amount of nations are converging, every detail counts to win a competition. To harness the competence, experience and knowledge of various stakeholders, the Innovation Network Alpine Skiing has developed a custom-designed knowledge and idea management system. Having adapted Web 2.0 technologies to the requirements of innovation in the special environment of high-performance sports, the knowledge workers are enabled to easily contribute to the innovation process. The Wiki-based solution called "SkiBaserl"1 is successfully used in several development projects within the German Skiing Association. This article delivers an outline of the development process, the implementation and an evaluation of the tool.
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