Abstract: There are pockets of effort around the world to begin to develop a Knowledge Management Body of Knowledge (KMBOK) but it doesn’t yet exist. The closest we have to real codification may be the 2015 version of ISO 9001 which has clause, 7.1.6, on organizational knowledge and its management. You
Abstract: Quite often the Knowledge Management related posts that flow through online forums focus on how KM can be effective, how to “do it,” as well as focusing on the concepts, strategies, and implementing practices that comprise the discipline. By itself, these discussions are often inadequate beyond answering specific questions related to these focus
Abstract: Success requires a guiding strategy to enable individuals, teams, and the organization, to become more knowledge enabled by complementing and supporting both operational and infrastructure components in their everyday work, providing tools and techniques that make work easier, the leadership and workforce more productive and effective, all resulting in improved overall organizational performance.
Abstract: Knowledge is one of the primary assets of an organization. The flow of knowledge, into, within, and out of an organization, and the embedding of critical knowledge into the organization, is a process that can be optimized through resourcing a Knowledge Manager as a full-time (preferred) or part-time role. The following competencies and