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Knowledge Management…What do you think it’s about?

This is your chance to influence the latest piece of ALKaME research.  We are currently looking into how people view the field and your response is invaluable.  This poll will be used as a second data set for comparison against a primary analysis of KM discourse.

Thank you and we’ll let you know the results.


2 comments on “Knowledge Management…What do you think it’s about?

  1. Md Santo
    May 25, 2010

    From my reply on discussion forum at the following link :

    MOBEE KNOWLEDGE version on KM Definition ( from :… ) :

    1. Contextually – driven KM Definition : Knowledge Management (KM) essentially is not management technique but behaving more as an access mechanisms that can be used across any management tool type such as Total Quality Management, Learning Organization, Benchmarking, Process Classification Framework, Business Process Reengineering, Balanced Scorecard, Business Intelligence including Social Media platforms etc. wherein each with their specific functions to be orchestrated under KM’s consciousness. So, here we put KM in incredibly broad meaning as subject with higher level than any other management tool type which is treated only as object (… ) From eastern concept, Knowledge with broad meaning also known as Noor or “Light”

    2. Content based – driven KM Definition : KM described as “Human Enlightenment Process-based KM Definition” through the link and… in which KM defined as follow :
    1. KM is the staging of Human Enlightenment Process
    2. The process is to managing the transformation of Information content as object into Knowledge and beyond as subject (KW concept noted as narrow meaning)
    3. The goals are towards Learning, Growth and Innovation
    4. The management should leveraged by KM Standards, KM Tools and KM Process Frameworks

  2. iqu, llc
    July 14, 2011

    Prior to implementing KM there has to be an acceptance of the value KM adds to sustainability of the organization. Knowledge works have to understand what knowledge is, how it drives from information and the role it has in the lively hood of the business. Employees have to believe that KM does not create a threat to “job security”.

    -Stephanie Quick

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