Abstract: The article is devoted to the identification of key features of training specialists in knowledge management and systematization of information sources available to them. The relevance of the subject is related to the growing need for managerial personnel, capable of organizing work with knowledge at the enterprise in order to achieve competitive advantages.
Abstract: This collection offers guidance on training employees to participate in, leverage, and promote knowledge management. The best practices focus on four segments of the workforce: Learners who access, absorb, and use organizational knowledge Contributors who submit tips and lessons, answer questions, and otherwise share know-how
Abstract: This paper describes knowledge management teaching and dissemination concepts to support the training of professionals in an organization to manage their knowledge assets. They are based on AIAI’s experience of working with large organizations to establish a technical knowledge management framework and to support their personnel in implementing the framework.
Abstract: As knowledge management (KM) is considered a multifaceted discipline in Malaysia, KM is still evolving. In fact, the transformation in the Malaysian government’s agenda on the Knowledge-economy has been reflected in the development of the Knowledge-based Economy Master Plan in the year 2001. From the social constructionist philosophical stance, this interpretive study uses