Abstract: As evident in Fig. 1 above [Roles of a Competent Knowledge Manager], making a successful knowledge manager requires training and understanding of the taxonomy of information and knowledge. The society in which information is utilized has witnessed remarkable changes in recent years. This has affected the way information is created, handled, packaged, organized,
Abstract: Recent efforts by CILIP to create a globally accepted Chartered Knowledge Manager accreditation are timely and tap into a latent demand. Last year, I was asked to become a knowledge and information management ambassador for library and information association CILIP, to help inter alia promote CILIP in the wider world.
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Abstract: Knowledge managers work for a wide variety of employers and could be based in a government, health, law or a commercial setting. Key responsibilities will include the development and management of complex information systems. Knowledge managers often have other management responsibilities which could including staff and budgets, the implementation of a KM policy
Abstract: Information Professionals and Knowledge Managers deal with significant career challenges for a number of reasons associated (for example) with common misperceptions of their expertise and roles. In environments where they must often justify their work and value over and over, those already in the profession and those just entering need to prepare for