At the similar, IT infrastructure that supports commerce has grown quickly in a scope and extensiveness, becoming more and more difficulty than ever and before. More highly, IT enters into a new era where operational fineness counts, IT organization are focusing labors on humanizing IT service levels as also reducing the service release and service support cost as a key driver for delivering IT value. Value added by put into practice control approach, jointly with IT service management, it will benefit the commerce world and enter into a new commerce world. This paper emphasize two well practice IT supremacy, which is control approach labor closer with the organization goal. ITIL, IT service management, which value added to the organization for advantage the Islamic Bank of Britain from civilizing customer approval. This paper also exemplify how risk and control subject on map COBIT control approach, also how ITIL advantage the organization from the service support and service release that been careful as the heart of the ITIL structure for IT service management (Alpar, P. and Kalmring, D. 2001, pp.730-742).
"Knowledge" is a set of beliefs, expertise, experie...
ssumptions that the human mind uses to form casual relationships between phenomena, and assign meaning to data in order to generate information." (Sanchez and Heene 1997). Research in knowledge management classically classifies knowledge into two essential forms: 'tacit' and 'explicit' knowledge. No doubt, explicit knowledge is knowledge that is clearly articulated and in businesses, such knowledge is often collected, stored and discrete as management information of Islamic Bank of Britain (Bose, R. 2004, pp. 457-468).
As a wide-ranging rule of thumb, open knowledge consists of anything that can be recognized, archived and codified, often by means of the help of Information Technology Islamic Bank of Britain.
Tacit knowledge is the individual knowledge of a personality that is typically not obviously expressed. It is based on taught skills and experience, and covers personal belief, viewpoint and values. Tacit knowledge consists of know-how's or experiences restricted in people's heads and it is "subconsciously understood and applied, difficult to articulate, developed from direct experience and action, and usually shared through highly interactive conversation, storytelling and shared experience." (Zack 1999)
Tacit knowledge, so, has little value, if it remains dormant and not used for competitive advantage. We ought to aim to transfer additional of the tacit knowledge to explicit knowledge from side to side knowledge management (Clarke, T. & Rollo, C. 2001, pp. 206-214).
Knowledge management has two characteristic tasks: 'to make easy the creation of knowledge and to administer the way people split and apply it.' (Marchand, Davenport & Dickson 2000) I have the same opinion with Sveiby (2000) that knowledge is an individual faculty; it is not impressive that can be