Sunday 21st of January 2018

Analyzing the Benefits of Blog for Enhancing Knowledge Management among Bloggers

Pinkie Anggia and Dana Indra Sensuse

With the development of information and communication technology (ICT), peoples ways to share ideas between communities are changed from time to time. The common issue that will be explained clearly in this research is about the exchanging ideas of tacit to explicit way. In order to solve this problem, a model based on blog is constructed. The emergence of blog as a part of Web 2.0 brings a right way to manage knowledge appropriately. In many industries, the exchange idea between people who have certain expertise might definitely become success with an appropriate model of knowledge management system. In the knowledge management based on blog, both of blog writers and readers will be getting the important information such as professional blogging tips, monetizing blog and strategy to work with brands, writing tips in sharing contents appropriately and so forth. Afterwards, the knowledge will be then managed in platform called blog, where users can access the updated contents with the latest technology without entering the blog page. Therefore, the real time information transfer can be obtained easily. This paper will assess the benefits of blog for enhancing the knowledge management among bloggers then analyze the results obtained from questionnaire and interview with some bloggers and readers.

Keywords: Knowledge Management, Tacit, Explicit, Blog, Benefits of Blog.

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Pinkie Anggia
Pinkie Anggia received her B.Sc in Computer Science (Binus University, Indonesia, 2011). She is currently taking her M.Sc in Computer Science (University of Indonesia). During her study, she works as a teaching assistant at Faculty of Computer Science, University of Indonesia and a research assistant at e-Government Laboratory, Faculty of Computer Science, University of Indonesia.

Dana Indra Sensuse
Dana Indra Sensuse received his B.Sc in Soil Science (Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia, 1985), M.LIS from Dalhousie University (Canada, 1994), and Ph.D in Information Studies from University of Toronto (Canada, 2004). Now he works as a teaching staff in Faculty of Computer Science, University of Indonesia, and Head of e-Government Laboratory. His research interests include E-Government, Knowledge Management, and Information Systems.

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