Abstract: Knowledge Management capabilities are essential stakeholder assets of a knowledge-based economy, in particular when addressed by standardization efforts, such as recently by ISO-9001:2015 – managing knowledge for achieving competitive edge. Effective organizational Knowledge Management requires competent work force with respect to generating, (re)presenting, and processing knowledge for shared and collective use in the
Abstract: As I have conducted workshops across Australia, New Zealand, Asia, and the United States over the past few years, it has become increasingly evident to me that while some information professionals have successfully embraced change and moved forward, many others are struggling to find their place in the knowledge management (KM) environments that
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.
Abstract: This paper surveys the formal KM courses currently offered in Australia. It is a part of a wider project by Charles Sturt University’s Community of Scholars, ‘Matching Users with Information’, which seeks to establish the state of knowledge of KM among LIS professionals, the extent to which they are finding positions in the
Abstract: As Malaysia aspires to move ahead into the K-based economy which is knowledge and technologically driven, the government have to focus more on the critical development and management of human capital. Despite the importance of traditional factors of production (labour, capital raw materials and entrepreneurship), knowledge is now considered as the most important