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...Knowledge Management Affiliation: Organizational success is deeply rooted in the strategic practices that an organization seeks to employ in the line of pursuing its business goals and objectives. This implies that an organization ought to be knowledgeable about the course of action it should take in order to reach its desired operational heights. In the process of pursuing the set organizational goals and objectives, knowledge management comes in handy. Knowledge management encompasses the creation, representation, distribution, and adoption of organizational insights and/or experiences that are highly informed by individual and/or organizational knowledge (Gloet, 2006, p.409). Essentially... ?Topic:...
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...Knowledge Management Knowledge Management [Institute’s Knowledge Management Introduction and Executive Summary The main purpose of this paper is to present the main advantages and uses of knowledge management, when applied to the world of business and corporations. It will in presentation in the form of an executive report, which will first address why corporate world, especially companies, which are operating in competitive industries might need to make use of this resource. It will first present a small summary of the concept of knowledge management (Stary, 2007). This will include the definition of knowledge management, and the reason for this concept receiving so much importance... ?Running Head:...
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...Knowledge Management Knowledge Management Insert Insert Insert 20 December Knowledge Management According to (Awad 26), knowledge management is the solution for realigning the firm's technical capabilities to create the knowledge that drives the firm forward The knowledge manager is attached with the task of maintenance and creation of knowledge repositories through guiding and motivating the organization in general towards upholding learning, sharing of knowledge, innovation and reuse of knowledge. Knowledge management involves a number of practices and strategies used by companies to identify, represent, create, distribute, and enable assimilation of experiences and insights... . Such...
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...Knowledge Management KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT Interdisciplinary Roots of Knowledge Management Organization science Organization science, historically, has focused on the processes of organizational change from several perspectives. Some of the most essential impacts on knowledge management are from organizational change and change management, organizational development with emphasis on organizational memory and organizational learning, organizational culture, organizational intelligence, the organizational evolution theory. HR...
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...KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT Knowledge Management Knowledge management is a popular topic of scholarly and empirical analysis. Knowledge is rightly considered as the main source of organizations’ competitive advantage. This paper is the analysis of the Siemens case study and its knowledge management practices. Two questions are analyzed: (1) knowledge management as human resource management; and (2) the effects of the wrong organizational culture on knowledge sharing. Recommendations to create a perfect knowledge culture are provided. Keywords: knowledge management, organizations, Siemens, organizational culture. Knowledge Management Knowledge management is one of the most popular objects... ?Running head:...
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...KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT INTRODUCTION: Where is wisdom we have lost in knowledge Where is the knowledge we have lost in information" (T.S. Eliot) T.S.Eliot, the renowned, English editor, playwright and poet of the late nineteenth and half of the twentieth century, has very tactfully tried to realize the people of the importance of knowledge management. Right from the evolution of the mankind, human beings have found themselves in the search of knowledge. The purpose for this may however differ from person to person and generation to generation. In the pre-historic era, the mankind had the thirst for knowledge in order to make their daily affairs convenient and satisfy their desire to do... THE CONCEPT OF...
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...Knowledge management Differences between information management and knowledge management There exist several differences between information management and knowledge management. Information management denotes the ways in which organizations plan, collect, organize, use, control and disseminate information. Organizations also use these ways to identify and fully exploit the value of the said information. On the other hand, knowledge management is a way in which organizations, teams and individuals collectively and systematically create, share, and apply knowledge in order to achieve their objectives effectively. Information management views information as an object, explicit and factual... ...
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...KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT ………………………….. College ……………………………… ……………….. Knowledge Management Knowledge management, which is relatively a young academic discipline with well established theoretical underpinning, has been in practice by various firms in Singapore and other countries for several years. This paper examines KM practices of Bumrungrad Hospital PLC and explains how various theories can be applied to the company practices. Bumrungrad Hospital as an example for Organizational Learning Boxall and Macky (2009, p. 10) described that knowledge management...
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...Knowledge Management Affiliation: Examine knowledge management systems and provide corporate examples of technologies that support knowledge sharing today. Knowledge management systems are the information systems that are developed in order to store, retrieve and organize information in any organization effectively. They also ensure that information about an organization or corporation is accessible to others. In order to facilitate this sharing of knowledge, several technologies are employed by different corporates. These technologies include using social computing like blogs and even bookmarks; the other is groupware system technologies which enables sharing of information among workers... ...
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...Knowledge Management. The success of the knowledge Management was successful because of the engagement of the managers from various sectors in the knowledge process. ` The improvement of the inventory led to the process improvements and the quality improvement on the final products. Knowledge management helped shape the process management. The changing of the pricing policy the company was facilitated by the change implemented by the Knowledge Management. The success of the pricing process is based on the changes instituted by the company with the focus being... The positives on the success of the KM concepts The KM concept led to improvement in several sectors of production with the main focus of the...
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...Knowledge Management Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Significance of Knowledge Management in the Organisational Context 4 Effects of Wrong Organisational Culture on Knowledge Management 10 Conclusion 12 References 13 Introduction Knowledge has emerged to be one of the crucial driving forces for the modern day business organisations. The organisations are increasingly recognising the significant benefits that can be leveraged through proper management of knowledge. Knowledge management...
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...KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT: LAHTINEN 3 2 KEY POINTS 3 2.2. VALUE TO KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT PRACTITIONERS4 2.3. AUTHORITY 4 2.4. ACCESSIBILITY 5 3.0. THE INTERACTIVE RELATIONSHIP OF CORPORATE CULTURE AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT: A REVIEW – JULIA MUELLER (2011) 5 3.1. KEY POINTS 5 3.2. VALUE TO KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT PRACTITIONERS 6 3.3. AUTHORITY 7 3.4. ACCESSIBILITY 7 4. DEVELOPING A CORPORATE KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT STRATEGY: PAUL OLUIKPE, (2012) 8 4.1. KEY POINTS 8 4.2. VALUE TO KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT PRACTITIONERS 8 4.3. AUTHORITY 9 4.4. ACCESSIBILITY 10 5. CONCLUSION AND SUMMARY 10 5.1. COMPARISON AND CONTRAST 10 5.2. RELATION TO THE MODULE 14 6.0. REFERENCE LIST 16 1... ?Contents INTRODUCTION 2 2. LOCAL SOCIAL...
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...Knowledge Management Knowledge Management Knowledge is by far the most valuable resource, but the most difficult to manage A major question that one may ask him or herself is what knowledge is. Over the years, scholars and academicians have argued over the exact definition of knowledge without coming to a conclusive answer. Nevertheless, in all of these arguments, the main point or idea that stands out on the definition of knowledge is that it involves known truths, and experiences by an individual or a group of individuals. Hence, if all of them are in agreement with the said known, then that can be regarded as knowledge. However, the question is, where do the individual or individuals gain... ...
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...knowledge across different location, projects and practices. At MindTree, the role of communities is to reflect the socio-technical approach of Knowledge Management. There have been some theories and models behind the successful implementation of knowledge sharing and collaboration at MindTree. One of them is the Community Maturity Model. Brief description of Community Maturity Model is mentioned in subsequent paragraphs. Community Maturity Model This model has been developed by Raj Dutta. Dutta has established this model to create a unified vision for communities in order to pursue collaboration and knowledge sharing. Therefore, the primary purpose of this model is sharing among people... In your own...
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...Knowledge Management Introduction This paper will serve as an executive report to the senior management of Bobco and the aim is to shed some light on the dynamics, benefits, implementation, feasibility, and execution of knowledge management in the organization. Bobco is a banking company having many of the banks of its network in New York. It has been in the market for the past five decades with good and impressive figures. Recently, the company has been facing many competitive pressures from macro environmental factors that are political, social, legal, and technological. Furthermore, forces inside the...
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...KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENET …………………. College/ ………….. …………. Discuss the use of games and simulations in Knowledge Management? What techniques and technologies might be most important? Knowledge Management, one of the most significant interdisciplinary to HRM involves people, process and technology within an organization. Its fundamental objective is to create knowledge, share it or transfer among the people and use it for the benefits of the organization (Noe, 2002, p. 168). In creating, sharing and making use of it, gaming, simulation, calculations, data base and many other information-managing strategies have been found to be extremely important. Knowledge management theorists categorize tacit... ...
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...Knowledge Management Knowledge management is nowadays regarded as one of the most important aspect of innovation, creation of wealth, improved performance and also an added advantage of sustainable competition to organizations. It is a new emerging; interdisciplinary model of business whereby knowledge is the main focus of an organization. According to Awad and Ghaziri (2007, 27), knowledge management can be described as a process by which a firm makes use of its collective expertise and this can be on paper, in documents, in databases which are known as explicit...
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KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
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...Knowledge management Knowledge management refers to the process that organizations often use to capture, develop, share, and utilize the employees’ knowledge capital at all levels of the organization effectively (Bhojaraju 2005, p.37: Dalkir 2005, p.3). Organizational learning through knowledge management is a significant source of organizational competitive advantage since multinational corporates must compete within complex and constantly shifting business environments (Jackson, Hitt, & Denisi 2003, p.3). Organizations can leverage knowledge management in their strategic operations, to make more informed decisions concerning how to organize their value chain operations to maximize customer... ...
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...KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT Knowledge Management Introduction It is always the pleasure of any organization to dominate the market through producing quality services that are readily accepted by the consumers. This has been a great challenge to many companies as their products have not been able to penetrate the corporate market to reach the consumers. This has been as a result of the competitive nature of the business sector that the organizations are dealing in. However, some organizations have managed to achieve this domination of the market and managed to enjoy a competitive advantage at the expense of other companies. Companies which have been able to enjoy the competitive advantage... ? Running head:...
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...Knowledge Management Submitted by: XXXXX XXXXXX Number: XXXXXXXX of XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX Code: XXXXXXX Date of Submission: XX – XX – 2009 Introduction: Since ages there has been an extremely important and true saying, ‘Knowledge is Power’. Knowledge plays a backbone for almost every activity in everyday life. Knowledge Management has been in use for a very long period of time and has a strong and distinguished history. The first term related to the knowledge management was first coined in 1960, when Peter Drucker first introduced the term ‘Knowledge Worker’. Over the years there has been a significant growth in this field and various authors and scholars have brought about a number... ...
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...Knowledge Management Knowledge management incorporates the knowledge cycle that consists of knowledge creation, knowledge transfer and knowledge utilization. As given in the case, the knowledge management strategy employed by the company has several positive and negative aspects. Positive Knowledge Management Concepts Employed by Company Utilization of the Business intelligent system that help the company to collect and use information about the pricing of products and demand of the product. Utilization of the OLAP in order to enhance the economic security, productivity of the through generating general policies and customer oriented policies. The utilization of the customer feedback system...
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...Knowledge Management ID] [Lecturer] To start with, even though knowledge is a widely recognized source of achieving competitive advantage there seems to be very little and at times unsanctioned understanding of how people actually create and manage knowledge in a resolute manner, so much so that it is transferred through observation alone. Talking from an organizational standpoint, the role of the top management employees is quintessential as their astuteness is chalked out with respect to the company’s mission and vision on a long-term basis. Middle management levels also...
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...Knowledge Management – Annotated Bibliography Knowledge Management (KM) has been in the industry for a long time now and the concept has a major and strong history. Peter Drucker introduced the first related term ‘Knowledge Worker’ in 1960. Over the years, there have been a number of improvements and growth in this field and there have been a number of different areas that have been covered by the authors which touch upon different aspects of the subject. There have been several theories which were developed to manage the intellectual capital in the 21st century. Graham and Thomas (2008) believed that KM is supported... Submitted by: XXXXXXXXX Number: XXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXX of XXXXXXXX...
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...Knowledge Management of According to Dalkir, knowledge can be tactic or explicit .Tactic knowledge is mental and difficult to be noted, but it can be put into practical use through sharing so as to become an important part of an organization management. There are three generations of knowledge management to date that reflect it‘s revolution. In the first generation, the focus was on the source of knowledge and documentation of that knowledge borrowed from individuals within an organization. These documents were then digitalized in...
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...Knowledge Management The study critically explores two major issues faced by the Ministry of Regional Municipalities & Water Resources in its training centers. The first issue generally defines that the training path of the Ministry does not link the functional path which is anticipated to create severe impact on the organization to meet its strategic objectives. The second issue primarily details about the lower investment decisions of the Ministry to improve the training programs that can enable employees to improve their functional capabilities. In order to critically assess the issues, questionnaire survey was conducted by integrating 30 fulltime...
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...KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT 2007 Knowledge Management Introduction Knowledge Management (KM) is a very broad discipline that integrates a number of organisational endeavours and practices used by different organisations in a variety of ways in order to identify, create, represent, and distribute knowledge and thus ensure competitive advantage of the competitors. KM represents one of the most recent developments in the long line of organisational tools and techniques such as 'the scientific management', X and Y' theory', 'T-groups', 'total quality...
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...knowledge management and how the success of implementing knowledge management hinges on the organizational culture. For some knowledge management is a new concept, although it has been around for years just not yet formalized. Knowledge management helps in securing the most important asset of an organization: the knowledge its human resource possess. The knowledge is stored, used and shared for numerous advantages that last for decades. The organizational culture has to be conducive enough for the implementation to work otherwise it’s just an added cost and proves to be a failure. Body: Knowledge management... ? Word count (2994 words) Introduction: This paper discusses in detail the importance of...
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...Knowledge Management Systems Knowledge Management Systems Introduction The aim of this paper is to discuss and present an overview of knowledge management in the lights of broad and diverse academic resources. Furthermore, the paper would concentrate on identifying the factors, which are necessary for knowledge management system. Based on those factors, questions and criteria needed to address those questions would be discussed extensively. Background Knowledge management is considered to be a set of broad and diverse...
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...KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT Introduction Knowledge Management is relatively a new a academic discipline that has emerged to be one of the top priority of business managers as that they find it extremely important for organizational success. The business-experts and management people will be able to enhance high performance working and outstanding business results when they understand the various perspectives and theoretical concepts of knowledge management and its applicability to the business. This piece of research paper examines the roles that documents and technologies played in the development of the science of knowledge management and explain the three knowledge... ? …………………. College/ ………….. …………....
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...KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT ID Lecturer Talking about changing the culture of an organization is indeed quite a significant undertaking. This is because the culture does not change overnight. It takes an unprecedented amount of time before incremental changes can take place. It talks about aligning the strategy and finding new ways to tackle the processes which are on-going within the organization. The cultural regimes within an organization are not easy to build. They require immense amount of time to be deemed as a success. In the same way, when cultures change, it needs people to understand what the top management has decided about them and how they shall be experiencing the organizational... Running Head:...
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...Knowledge Management Knowledge Management [Institute’s Knowledge Management Introduction Peter F Drucker, an influential management expert, wrote in the year 1995, “There is immense need for systematic efforts on the quality of knowledge and productivity of knowledge. Unfortunately, neither of them even defined so far. If not the very survival of companies and individuals, then at least their performance capacity would be directly impacted by these two factors in the knowledge society” (Mishra, 2009, p. 280). It was indeed, Peter Drucker who first coined the term “knowledge worker” in the year 1959. There are no doubts in the fact that the business environment of this globalised world... ?Running Head:...
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...Knowledge Management In understanding what knowledge management is we first have to understand the basic meaning of the word “knowledge”, many people are often fond of confusing “knowledge” and “information”. Whereas knowledge refers to basic raw facts or data, information is data in its contextual form (Binney, 2001, p. 33). It can also be said that information is knowledge that has been processed to give out a particular meaning. Bolloju, Khalifa and Turban (2002, p. 163) asserts that knowledge management is the full...
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...Knowledge Management Knowledge Management Learning, innovation, and knowledge management are very important tools of organizations in gaining competitive advantage, and for the overall success. Nevertheless, in spite of the determinations that have been applied in this area, there are still challenges facing it, particularly with firms with branches all over the world. These challenges range from adoption, utilization, and dissemination of the information to the entire stakeholders of the organization, those directly and indirectly affected. In addition, this is also a challenge to...
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...Knowledge Management Although leaders can formulate and implement various strategies to optimize the organizational environment, and thereby enrich the workers’ knowledge and career, in some or most circumstances, the leaders in turn can be aided by certain knowledge based ‘systems’. Among the many ‘systems’ that can be implemented or established inside the organization, the Knowledge Management System (KMS) is a crucial one. KM is normally referred to a system, which is established for managing the knowledge needed for the functioning of the...
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...knowledge. This has caused the knowledge management system (KMS) to be redefined. Through information technology, KMS has been able to capture the explicit knowledge but the knowledge embedded in the organization process and embodied in the people remains untapped (Bhardwaj & Monin, 2006). Tacit knowledge resides in the innermost recesses of human mind and is the source of inspiration of human actions in the workplace. This has led to the focus on informal social processes that make tacit knowledge explicit. The corporate environment emphasizes... Globalization and internationalization have brought about a revolution in communications and organizations are finding it difficult to capture and retain...
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...Knowledge Management Plan A personal knowledge management plan as outlinedby Wright has four dimensions to it: (1) a social dimension; (2) an information dimension; (3) a learning dimension; and (4) an analytical dimension (Wright, 2). This knowledge outline and journal is from my employment perspective as a Human Resources Generalist in a telecommunications outsourcing company. By first stating a personal knowledge management plan, and next making journal entries against the four dimensions as outlined above over a period of approximately three weeks, I hope to improve in my awareness of knowledge management on a personal level. My... Ron Steele John Smith Business 500 2 November Personal...
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...Knowledge Management al Affiliation The question asks the requirements needed for knowledge creation in an organization. The best way to ask this question would be to ask an individual to outline the requirements of knowledge creation in an organization. 2. The second question requires an individual to give the type of decisions made by the management in his firm or department to facilitate knowledge creation. The best way to ask this question would be to ask an individual to give the measures taken by his firm to enhance knowledge creation, 3. The third question requires...
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...Knowledge Management How technology-related limitations keep the expert system technology from becoming a source of competitive advantage. The emergence of new technologies and the field of expert systems have brought about new ways of distributing and sharing knowledge. However, Successful applications of expert systems are limited by a number of difficulties (challenges) related to the technology itself, nature of the domain, and knowledge acquisition. The system is beneficial in that, it makes knowledge management in the domain expert to be achieved at a distance, and at the same time...
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...knowledge, i.e., the ability to create, organize, leverage and protect intellectual and capital resources and to achieve value creation outputs represents a core competency of policy makers, government officials, business leaders and managers'. (Menkhoff - Introduction P 1) The present critic expected a few more words from this very competent researcher as to how knowledge management and sharing could be improved... Article Critique: Case studies on knowledge sharing across cultural boundaries. The article 'Case studies on knowledge sharing across cultural boundaries' by Mohammed F. Dulaimi (2007) of the British University in ...
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...KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT Assignment One Today, there a lot of companies which have much to offer when it comes tothe smart phones production and their technology: for instance, Research in Motion is one of the major companies in mobile phones production and manufacturing plus it was among the first companies to manufacture these phones which it popular trademark ‘Blackberry’ (Sean 2013). However, RIM has been experiencing a lot of problems and challenges since the production of the first I-Phone by the Apple Company that introduced a whole new perspective to people who put so much in cell phones but particularly smart phones. Reflectively, after the release...
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...Management Knowledge and Knowledge Management Management Knowledge and Knowledge Management Whereas knowledge refers to both the theoretical and practical comprehension of the subject, Knowledge management (KM) is the act of capturing, enhancing, sharing and adequately using the organizational knowledge effectively. Knowledge management may also refer to a multi-disciplinary means to achieving the objectives of the organization through efficient use of...
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...KNOWLEDGE The modern day management is faced by many challenges and those in the helm of company's management are faced with many dilemmas when it comes to designing and implementing company strategy. Many managerial consultant firms are also faced with the same dilemma since their consultancy seems incomplete, inconsistent and contradictory to the outcomes. There is lack of coherence in the field of management and the problem seems to be growing day by day. According to Sanchez Ron (1997), organization management is a task that involves clear understanding of the organization and its... UNDERSTANDING OF STRATEGY IN PRACTICE BY VIRTUE OF THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TACIT AND EXPLICT FORMS OF ORGANIZATIONAL...
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...knowledge management and organizational culture case study Definition of the problem It is perceived that cultures affectindividual behaviors which are directly linked to knowledge, employees and teams in various organization units. Moreover, it is believed that culture influence the choice of when, where and who a specific knowledge ought to be exchanged. According to Allameh et al (1225), it is very clear that creation of new knowledge merely depend on organizational perspective. Despite of the perspectives that the main effects of culture on knowledge management which is reflected on the individual behaviors, there is a paradoxical outcome about the specific norms... that reinforce...
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...KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS/APPLICATIONS Knowledge Management Systems/Applications Affiliation Knowledge management hasbecome a very important business process of the organizations. For the management of business knowledge organizations make use of knowledge management systems. In this scenario, a knowledge management system is a kind of information system which is used to manage the knowledge within organization. This paper is aimed to discuss the role of knowledge management systems in collection, analysis and distribution of knowledge. This paper discusses how knowledge management systems help organizations to manage their useful knowledge. Introduction At the present, the decisive new... ...
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...Knowledge Management Introduction Knowledge management refers to the process which is used for the purpose of capturing, distributing and effectively using the knowledge. The major focus of the paper is to throw light on the concept of knowledge management. In order to explain the concept in detail, the paper constitutes of discussion on the definition of knowledge management, two knowledge management tools, their functioning pattern, uses and drawback of these methods. Knowledge...
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Knowledge Management in Healthcare
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...Knowledge Management Work in Healthcare Wendy Gann February 26, 2009 AL450 Knowledge Management Intoduction Healthcare is a vastly growing and fast evolving discipline, continuously creating, utilizing and mobilizing explicit knowledge traffic. As it develops, its attributes and operating system become more complex-posing both a trajectory to advanced medical processes, and at the same time, challenges in managing and controlling the knowledge assets it produces, all for making it more accessible and relevant to its practitioners and customers. Knowledge Management definitely makes the sense out of healthcare. Since healthcare comprises 6% - 12% of the OECD (Organization for Economic Co... ...
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Siemenss knowledge management strategy
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...Knowledge Management Strategy Introduction In order to achieve success in its mission, any government’s agency needs a strategic initiative, which can be described as knowledge management. The ability of the government to protect and make effective use of the intellectual capital of the workforce declines with an increase of the retirement rate among the federal workforce. The agency loses its timely decision making ability with the lack of critical knowledge. Where there is lack of knowledge management, agencies are neither able to execute their projects in a timely manner nor they able to complete the project within the estimated cost. Having assessed this dilemma, a representative... ?Siemens’s...
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Knowledge Management literature review
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...KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT AND ITS INTERNALIZATION WITHIN AN ORGANIZATION Literature Review on Knowledge Management and Its Internalization within an Organization Adnan Maachou Please put your university name here Abstract This paper is a literature review about the concept of knowledge management and its internalization in an organization. The organization that has been considered as part of this research is a company dealing in photocopier systems, both sales and service of the photocopier systems. The literature review focuses essentially on the aspects that are necessary for high quality field servicing which would in turn lead to higher levels of customer satisfaction having... LITERATURE REVIEW ON...
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Knowledge Management organizational practice
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...Knowledge Management 2008 Knowledge Management Introduction Knowledge Management (KM) is a very broad discipline that comprises a broad range of specific practices used in different organizational settings to produce, represent, and distribute knowledge. KM is one of the latest disciplines in the long line of organisational tools and techniques such as 'the scientific management', X and Y' theory', 'T-groups', 'total quality management', 'organizational learning' 'systems thinking', 'benchmarking', 'business process re-engineering' and...
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...Knowledge Management Techniques Inserts His/ Her Inserts Grade Inserts (04, 05, KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS INTRODUCTION This paper provides management solutions to two case studies. Information presented will identify knowledge preparedness and gaps in the organization and recommend knowledge solutions depending on the knowledge needs of the organization. Knowledge management refers to the process of delivering relevant information to the correct people with an aim of improving an organizations program through sharing...
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