ABSTRACT

The expanding application of Concept Mapping includes its role in knowledge elicitation, institutional memory preservation, and ideation. With the advent of the CmapTools knowledge modeling software kit, Concept Mapping is being applied with increased frequency and success to address a variety of problems in the workplace.Supported by business appl

chapter 1|20 pages

Applying Educational Tools and Ideas in the Corporate World

ByJoseph D. Novak, Alberto J. Cañas

chapter 2|24 pages

Skills in Applied Concept Mapping

ByBrian M. Moon, Robert R. Hoffman, Thomas C. Eskridge, John W. Coffey

chapter 3|20 pages

Concept Mapping in the Analysis and Design of Cognitive Systems: A Historical Review

ByMichael D. McNeese, Phillip J. Ayoub

chapter 4|26 pages

Concept Maps: Tools to Enhance Executive and Team Effectiveness

ByBarbara L. Bowen

chapter 6|22 pages

Using Concept Maps to Improve the Practice and Organization of Intelligence in Canada

ByNatalia Derbentseva, David R. Mandel

chapter 7|20 pages

Common Lexicon Initiative: A Concept Mapping Approach to Semiautomated Definition Integration

ByAndrew G. Harter, Brian M. Moon

chapter 9|24 pages

Inf luencing the Business Model and Innovations of a Research Organization through Concept Mapping

ByRobert R. Hoffman, Jan Maarten Schraagen, Josine van de Ven, and Brian M. Moon

chapter 10|22 pages

Concept Mapping Ecosystem Goods and Services

BySusan H. Yee, John E. Rogers, Jim Harvey, William Fisher, Marc Russell, Patricia Bradley

chapter 11|14 pages

Concept Mapping in Corporate Education: Experiences at Petrobrás University

ByAcacia Z. Kuenzer, Wilson L. Lanzarini, Eleonora B. Taveira

chapter 12|24 pages

Using Concept Maps within the Product Design Process in Engineering: A Case Study

ByBarbara J. Daley, Michael R. Lovell, Ronald A. Perez, Nathaniel E. Stern

chapter 13|24 pages

Improving Organizational Learning with Concept Maps: A Business Case Study

ByDavid Barberá-Tomás, Mónica Elizabeth Edwards Schachter, and Ernesto de los Reyes-López

chapter 14|16 pages

Conceptual Mapping as a First Step in Data Modeling

ByHector Gómez-Gauchía, Ron McFadyen

chapter 15|24 pages

Concept Mapping in Virtual Collaboration Environments

ByBrian M. Moon, Jeffery T. Hansberger, Austin Tate

chapter 16|10 pages

Vying for the Use of CmapTools in Corporate Training

ByCarrie Ann Desnoyers