Abstract: This poster reports the results of a preliminary investigation on the skills and educational requisites that appear in knowledge management (KM) job advertisements. KM is generally understood to encompass tactics and practices that enable organizations to identify, capture, represent, and make available understandings and insights that can be found within individuals and groups.
Abstract: Rationale of study – Most organisations in Kenya face challenges integrating the knowledge management function in their structures due to the lack of a clear understanding of what knowledge managers should do. Consequently, there currently exist varied, unpredictable and often shallow job descriptions associated with knowledge managers. Methodology – The researchers conducted
Abstract: As part of APQC’s second Knowledge Management (KM) Advanced Working Group, the APQC research team worked with KM practitioners from leading organizations to create job descriptions for some of the most important positions on an organization’s KM core team: KM leader, KM specialist, KM communication director, and KM IT/business analyst. This document contains
Abstract: This paper seeks to establish the state of knowledge of Knowledge Management (KM) among Library and Information Services (LIS) professionals, the extent to which they find positions in the KM sector, the extent to which they practise identifiable KM processes in their work and the adequacy of educational preparation and professional development opportunities.