e-Knowledge: An Approach To Fostering Manufacturing Know-how At The Shop Floor

  • Tjahjono B
  • Bin W
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This paper presents an application of the web technology in promoting knowledge management at the shop floor, known as e-knowledge. The system is expected to promote sharing and reusing various levels of manufacturing information from assembly cell to testing area, and from documentation to training. The implementation of such a system has been made possible by utilising the web-programming environment. To investigate how the e-knowledge works, a case study involving a major cellular telecommunication industry is presented.

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Tjahjono, B., & Bin, W. (2001). e-Knowledge: An Approach To Fostering Manufacturing Know-how At The Shop Floor. Conference of the Production and Operations Management Society, 12. Retrieved from http://dspace.lib.cranfield.ac.uk/handle/1826/4716

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