Complexity and Knowledge Management Navigators…
The KM M-Model has now been released with free access: Click this link for open access to the KM M-Model web page – it can also be downloaded as a pdf (Note, this is v1.0) here: The KM Meta-Model
The M-Model is presented using a concept mapping format; it sets out to examine what drives KM, the way in which those drivers impact an organisation and, from there, the constructs that a well designed KM function will need to consider
This tool has been designed by K3-Cubed and Perigean Technologies and is offered free of charge – the M-Model represents over 1,000 hours of research and design time, with much of the underpinning research published by the authors in academic and professional journals – to say nothing of the number of organisations, across sectors and geographic locations, that have contributed through their engagement with us.
The M-Model does not set out to provide a definitive solution for practice, the field is far too complex for that, and it will continue to evolve as part of an ongoing process.
We hope that the model stimulates your thinking and, maybe, changes your perception of what KM is actually about.
Please, get in touch and let us know what you think:
David Griffiths: email@example.com
Brian Moon: firstname.lastname@example.org
or just leave some feedback on this page.
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