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Building the Right Knowledge Management Team

Weblogs | Knowledge Management education & training worldwide

Abstract: At Enterprise Knowledge (EK), a lot of our knowledge management (KM) work in support of our clients surfaces the need for, and questions around, having a KM team in place. The right KM team – usually 2-5 core individuals who oversee KM initiatives and divide KM-related responsibilities between them – will combine the

Chief Knowledge Officer and Reward Structures

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

Abstract: There is only one way under high Heaven to get anybody to do anything. Knowledge sharing cannot be mandated. The whole notion of sharing what an employee knows is diametrically opposite to the way in which reward structures in most companies work. Why would anyone want to share his knowledge if that knowledge

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

Leadership styles & knowledge management

Abstract: Behavioural and interpersonal skills most often cited as essential for successful knowledge management (acquisition). Unfortunately, little is known about the roles played by leadership in the process of knowledge acquisition. A survey of 227 persons who are, or have been engaged in knowledge acquisition activities was undertaken to investigate the relationship between different