Abstract: Knowledge managers work for a wide variety of employers and could be based in a government, health, law or a commercial setting. Key responsibilities will include the development and management of complex information systems. Knowledge managers often have other management responsibilities which could including staff and budgets, the implementation of a KM policy
Abstract: In recent years, the chief knowledge officer has found a home in the executive suite as companies have come to realize that often their single most important asset is their intellectual capital. The time may be ripe, though, for the CKO to be joined by the “CIO”—a manager not of information but of
Abstract: Executives and strategists have long recognized the value of knowledge as a primary driving source for a firm’s sustainable competitive advantage – hence the creation by many firms of a position called the chief knowledge officer (CKO). However, many people have proposed differing perspectives and models relating to the concept of knowledge management.