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APO Knowledge Management Facilitators’ Guide

Books, Proceedings, etc. | Knowledge Management education & training worldwide

Abstract: The objective of this guide, developed by representatives from India, Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines, UK, and the APO Secretariat, is to help KM trainers and consultants in NPOs to understand KM and provide guidance for its implementation. This Knowledge Management: Facilitators’ Guide provides easy-to-follow instructions on delivering training in

Knowledge Management Implementation Team

Articles | Knowledge Management education & training worldwide

Abstract: Creating a knowledge management organisation should be considered in two phases; an implementation phase (the phase of organisational change; transforming the organisation to one which is fully knowledge-enabled) and the steady state phase (once the transformation has been completed). This document describes some issues concerned with selecting an implementation working

Knowledge management roles and responsibilities in Australia

Abstract: Most of the studies in knowledge management (KM) argue for leadership as a vital success factor for any initiative. Top management leadership enables the effective promotion of knowledge sharing by creating an appropriate organisational culture, and making arrangements for corresponding policies and procedures across the organisation to facilitate management of knowledge resources and