Implementing a KM Program for the U.S. Army
Abstract: The Secretary of the Army and Army Chief of Staff signed a memorandum titled Army Knowledge Management Principles on July 23, 2008. The memorandum clearly states that KM principles have implications for all Commands and Army organizations. All soldiers (including National Guard, reserve, and civilians) will now have to understand KM competencies and how to apply them. The first of the 12 Army KM principles is to train and educate KM leaders, managers, and champions, but on what body of knowledge do you base KM training and education?
Art Schlussel: Implementing a Knowledge Management Program for the U.S. Army. NCC-AIIM Newsletter, September 2009, p. 2.
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