Appendix B. Alternative Schemes for Structuring the KM System Front End

Web-based front ends for knowledge management systems, such as intranets, need not be arranged in hierarchical structures as they have traditionally been arranged. This appendix provides examples of several alternative arrangement schemes both for site content and maps. Each style is followed by an example and a location URL that you can investigate further.

Alternative Structures

The key point is that there are many other ways of organizing content when you are creating a Web-based front end for your knowledge management system, so do not just limit your choices without taking a look at these alternatives. The structures are presented in the order of popularity of use and perceived ...

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