1.What is knowledge management? at least 2 definition
2.what the forces are that drive KM?
3.Explain knowledge management systems (KMS), and their role in the organization?
4.What is the difference between the Tacit knowledge versus Explicit knowledge?
Bertin, & Kaplan, 2011). Smith et al. (2011) found, however, that about 60% of experts consider blue as hot, compared to 20% of non-experts. In astrophysics, scientists classify stars using Planck’s law of black body radiation, wherein middle-range stars such as our Sun with surface temperatures around 9,000 degrees F appear yellow, cooler stars around 6,000 degrees F appear red, and hotter stars around 18,000 degrees F appear blue (Gaensler, 2011). Figure x.x. NGC 4696 X-ray/infrared/radio image in blue (left) versus red (right). Credit: X-ray: NASA/CXC/KIPAC/S.Allen et al; Radio: NRAO/VLA/G.Taylor; Infrared: NASA/ESA/McMaster Univ./W.Harris The question arises, therefore, when creating an astronomical image that shows super-heated material around a galaxy, whether to color it blue or red for non-expert audiences. The primarily red image might actually convey the heat of the object better than blue (see Figure x.x), even though its color mapping would be considered non-standard for a physicist or astronomer. Furthermore, Smith et al. (2011) reported that there was little difference in the aesthetic appreciation or scientific comprehension for red versus blue versions of astronomical images presented. Viewing Time A study of visitors to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City (Smith & Smith, 2001) indicated that the average amount of time spent before great works of art was 27.2 seconds. A replication of that study (Smith, Smith, & Tinio, 2017) at The Art Institute of Chicago showed not much change, with the average time spent reported as 28.63 seconds. Comparatively, viewers of astronomical images on a computer screen (Smith et al, 2011) were shown to take about the same amount of time on average as the results from the museum studies, although with a fair amount of variability. However, when a scale or gauge was added to the image to provide a sen>GET ANSWER