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INFOTEC ICT MASTER’S DEGREE PROGRAM
Sponsored By: University of Texas at Dallas Accredited By: Mexican Federal Ministry of Education

STRATEGIC APPROACH AND A PROJECT PLAN FOR THE DEVELOPMENT, IMPLEMENTATION & LEADING A FUTURE KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY WITHIN THIS ORGANIZATION

Name of Instructor: Name of Student:

Edward G. Lewis Juan Manuel Ramírez Rivera jm.mdetic@gmail.com August July 20, 2009Individual Research Project Paper Outline

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This paper presents, analyzes and supports the need for social organizations to focus on capitalizing on the knowledge provided by people involved in them, enabling them to generate greater value to society, enhancing their competitiveness in the call "Knowledge Economy". This is done through the knowledge management that is basedon human capital, the coordination of the various business units (methods and procedures) and the adoption of appropriate technological tools.

"There is a gap between scientific advances and their application; between what we know and what is done in practice " "Action without knowledge and knowledge without action mean a waste of resources and opportunities " Dr. J. W. Lee Former Director ofthe World Health Organization

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Table of Contents

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1. 2. 2.1. 2.2. 2.3. 2.4. 2.5. 3. 4. 5. 6. Background ......................................................................................................................................................4 Identification of Major Knowledge Society Issues...........................................................................................8 Potential Issue Areas: Environment, Organization, Management, People, Culture ....................................8 Potential issue Areas: Data & Information Knowledge ..............................................................................9 Potential issue Areas: Knowledge...............................................................................................................9 Potential issue Areas: Knowledge Management ....................................................................................... 10 Potential issue Areas: Knowledge Society ................................................................................................ 10 Analysis of Issues........................................................................................................................................... 12 Conclusions .................................................................................................................................................... 12 Recommendations .......................................................................................................................................... 12 Bibliography................................................................................................................................................... 14

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Background

Consolidation in recent decades of globalization has brought a series of rapid transformations in all spheres of public life - economics, science, society, and politics. Specifically in the field of economics, the result of theactivity of some countries is now less than the transformation of the physical basis of production (ie objects, matter and energy transformed into manufactured products) and over the transformation of intellectual base of production, ie the representations of objects (Carrillo, 2005). This is the main feature in the evolution of an industrial economy to a "knowledge economy":

"As we enter thetwenty-first century we are entering a new phase of economic and social development, which we refer to as a knowledge economy in which knowledge will be a determining factor in the success or failure and economic organization. Organizations more effective in the knowledge economy will be those that recognize and exploit the crucial role that knowledge plays within and outside their organization. "...
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