Abstract: On 16 August 2000, the Department of the Navy (DON) Chief Information Officer, Mr. Dan Porter signed a Memorandum for Distribution releasing the final draft of the Department of Navy Civilian Career Path Guide for Management of Technology, Information, and Knowledge. The final version will be released in early 2001, and will be
Abstract: For those who grasp the potential of their organizations’ knowledge assets and want to develop strategies for leveraging them, inculdes must-read instructions for every KM executive who approves or oversees the KM process. “You could not have a better guide to the future,” said Robert H. Buckman, former president of Buckman Laboratories International
Abstract: Objectives: A KM (Knowledge Management) certificate sets a standard in the field. As such, it has to address a network of knowledge claims about a domain of practice that has emerged with consensus support from those communities driving the development of the field. Those claims comprise Conceptual frameworks, such
Abstract: A Chief Knowledge Officer is a senior executive who is responsible for ensuring that an organization maximises the value it achieves through one of its most important assets – knowledge. Although only a few companies have people with this explicit title, those with similar responsibilities include Director of Intellectual Capital, Director of Innovation.