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,
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Abstract: The knowledge economy has become a reality for many enterprises. In the knowledge economy, it is not products and services that give enterprises a competitive advantage, but how well they manage their knowledge, in other words, what they know and whether they know how to do new things quickly. Bontis (2002:1) states that knowledge
In the Knowledge Management (kneme) LinkedIn Group Rosanna S. asks: Hello! I’m interested in moving my career towards knowledge management. I am a trained librarian and have worked in the software development industry for about 10 years. I’m thinking to get certified. What is the best organization for this?
Abstract: This paper focuses on the role of the departments of Library and / or Information Science (L/IS) in South African universities in the training of Knowledge Management (KM) competencies. A questionnaire was e-mailed to thirteen L/IS departments, of which 9 (69%) responded. All respondents showed great interest in KM as an L/IS competency. They