Martin J. Eppler spends much of his time researching Business studies, Knowledge management, Information visualization, Information quality and Management science. The concepts of his Business studies study are interwoven with issues in Context, Management, Marketing, Strategic management and Risk analysis. His study in Knowledge integration, Domain knowledge, Knowledge engineering, Information management and Personal knowledge management are all subfields of Knowledge management.
Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Visual analytics under Information visualization, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Knowledge transfer. Martin J. Eppler has included themes like Information technology consulting, Information Quality Management, Quality policy and Personal information management in his Information quality study. His Conceptual framework research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Information explosion, Marketing research, Accounting and Information overload.
Martin J. Eppler mostly deals with Business studies, Knowledge management, Visualization, Humanities and Human–computer interaction. His research investigates the connection with Business studies and areas like Information quality which intersect with concerns in Process management. His study in Personal knowledge management, Organizational learning, Knowledge integration, Domain knowledge and Information management is carried out as part of his studies in Knowledge management.
Martin J. Eppler has researched Personal knowledge management in several fields, including Procedural knowledge and Body of knowledge. His study connects Data science and Visualization. Martin J. Eppler frequently studies issues relating to Multimedia and Human–computer interaction.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Business studies, Information management, Humanities, Knowledge management and Context. His study in Business studies is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Economic growth, Organizational strategy, Multiple stakeholder, Human–computer interaction and Visualization. His studies in Visualization integrate themes in fields like Mechanism, Annotation and Representation.
His work carried out in the field of Information management brings together such families of science as Data integration, Multimethodology, Management science and Data science. His Knowledge management research includes elements of Illusion and Leverage. His work in Context addresses subjects such as Stakeholder, which are connected to disciplines such as Process management, Complex network, Humanitarian aid and Stakeholder engagement.
His primary areas of study are Business studies, Human–computer interaction, Information management, Humanities and Typology. His study deals with a combination of Business studies and Professionalization. His Human–computer interaction research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Multimethodology, Conversation, Data integration and Communication in small groups.
His Data integration research includes themes of Data visualization and Communication. Martin J. Eppler interconnects Visualization and Behavior change, Transtheoretical model in the investigation of issues within Information management. His Humanities study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Art history.
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The Concept of Information Overload: A Review of Literature from Organization Science, Accounting, Marketing, MIS, and Related Disciplines
Martin J. Eppler;Jeanne Mengis.
The Information Society (2004)
Harvesting project knowledge: a review of project learning methods and success factors
Martin Schindler;Martin J Eppler.
International Journal of Project Management (2003)
A Comparison between Concept Maps, Mind Maps, Conceptual Diagrams, and Visual Metaphors as Complementary Tools for Knowledge Construction and Sharing
Martin J Eppler.
Information Visualization (2006)
Managing Information Quality
Martin J. Eppler.
Visual Strategizing: The Systematic Use of Visualization in the Strategic-Planning Process
Martin J. Eppler;Ken W. Platts.
Long Range Planning (2009)
Visual representations in knowledge management: framework and cases
Martin J. Eppler;Remo Aslak Burkhard.
Journal of Knowledge Management (2007)
Managing team knowledge: core processes, tools and enabling factors
Martin J Eppler;Oliver Sukowski.
European Management Journal (2000)
Making strategy work: A literature review on the factors influencing strategy implementation
Yang Li;Sun Guo-hui;Martin J. Eppler.
Making knowledge visible through intranet knowledge maps: concepts, elements, cases
hawaii international conference on system sciences (2001)
Improving knowledge intensive processes through an enterprise knowledge medium
Martin J. Eppler;Patrick M. Seifried;Axel Röpnack.
special interest group on computer personnel research annual conference (1999)
Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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