Posts tagged "Knowledge Management"

Knowledge Management Cycles

What are the different approaches to the knowledge management cycle? Third deck of lecture slides on knowledge management from 2008 course will show processes from acquisition to presentation and back.

If you have any questions, suggestions, additions or corrections, do not hesitate to put them in the comments.

Next slide deck will be about Knowledge Management Models.

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Knowledge Management - Individuals, Communities and Organisations

Who are the beneficiaries of knowledge management and how they can benefit? Second deck of lecture slides on knowledge management from 2008 course. If you missed the introduction, you can find it here.

If you have any questions, suggestions, additions or corrections, do not hesitate to put them in the comments.

How do you think you can benefit from knowledge management? What about your organization?

_Next slide deck: Knowledge Management Cycle_

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Knowledge Management - Introduction

Browsing through my files, I’ve found my lectures slides from Knowledge Management course at City University in 2008. They are just sitting there in folders, collecting digital dust, being read by no-one. So I decided I will share them with you. There are going to be 9 lectures:

  1. Definition, history and presence
  2. Individuals, Communities and Organisations
  3. Knowledge Management Cycle
  4. Knowledge Management Models
  5. Capture and Codification of Knowledge
  6. Knowledge Communities
  7. Organisational Culture
  8. Tools and Strategy
  9. Knowledge Management Team

The lectures are mostly based on the very nicely written book by Kimiz Dalkir: Knowledge Management in Theory and Pracite. In the book the author draws knowledge from multiple sources and creates good overview and coparison of approaches.

Here is the first one - an introducton to the knowledge management:

If you have any questions, suggestions, additions or corrections, do not hesitate to put them in the comments.

Enjoy! :-)

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