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Knowledge Management and Organizational Learning
Organizational learning (OL) is complementary to KM. An early ... To understand KM and OL, one must understand knowledge, KM processes and goals and.

Archived from the original on March 19, 2007 Nonaka, Ikujiro; von Krogh, Georg (2009). If the sales rep illuminated the physician that the therapy should be conveyed to the caregiver as the pill and a glass of orange juice taken simultaneously first thing in the morning, then there was no dissatisfaction and sales were fine. Looked at in this light, KM extends into environmental scanning and competitive intelligence.

This characterization is however rather too simple, but a more important point, and a criticism, is that it is misleading. The latter approach is typically based on email traffic but can include other social networking electronic communications such as Twitter and Facebook. How long do items stay in the system? Who decides when an item is no longer salient and timely? Most successful lessons learned systems have an active weeding or stratification process.

KM methodologies, and tacit knowledge, which calls for "connecting" KM methodologies, and to overlook the fact that, in many cases, what may be needed is to convert implicit tacit knowledge to explicit knowledge, for example the after action reports and debriefings described below. The concept is very simple: don't rely on someone to make a report. The Information Environment and the Productivity of Research. Implicit: information or knowledge that is not set out in tangible form but could be made explicit.

Knowledge management - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Knowledge management (KM) is the process of capturing, developing, sharing, and effectively using organizational knowledge. It refers to a multi-disciplinary ...

Knowledge Management Definition Knowledge for Development - Knowledge Management - World Bank What Is Knowledge Management

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    4 May 2012 ... KM, historically at least, is primarily about managing the knowledge of and in organizations. The operational origin of KM, as the term is ...

    The basic function of an expertise locator system is straightforward: it is to identify and locate those persons within an organization who have expertise in a particular area. Navy Submarine Service, after an embarrassingly lengthy fiasco of torpedoes that failed to detonate properly and an even more embarrassing failure to follow up on sub captains' consistent torpedo failure reports, instituted a system of widely disseminated "Captain's Patrol Reports" with the intent of avoiding any such fiasco in the future. They realized quickly that they had a compelling new product.

    Scheduling and planning tools automate the creation and maintenance of an organization's schedule: scheduling meetings,notifying people of a meeting, etc. Exploitation, and Knowledge Management Strategies in Multi-Tier Hierarchical Organizations Experiencing Environmental Turbulence by David Bray" Benbasat, Izak; Zmud, Robert (1999). The concept is very simple: don't rely on someone to make a report.

    Without a clearly designed process for weeding, the proportion of new and crisp items inevitably declines, the system begins to look stale and usage and utility falls. For a CoP some questions that need to be thought about are: Who looks for new members or suggests that the CoP may have outlived its usefulness? Looking at KM historically through the stages of its development tells us not only about the history of KM, but it also reveals a great deal about what constitutes KM. As the discipline matures, academic debates have increased regarding both the with a focus on how an organisation can be designed to facilitate knowledge processes best. The second was Nonaka’s work on “tacit” knowledge and how to discover and cultivate it (Nonaka, Ikujiro & Takeuchi, Hirotaka, 1995 The Knowledge-Creating Company: How Japanese Companies Create the Dynamics of Innovation.