September 12, 2013
From my own experience, the lack of knowledge management means a big loss in intellectual assets, poor knowledge transfer between teams, heavy reliance on SMEs which means higher risks and loss opportunity to gain an edge on the competition.
A good knowledge management practice encompasses the three aspects of a team/company: people, process, team. Managing people's knowledge transfers, behaviours and culture to ensure that collaboration and sharing are embedded in their processes. Ensuring that technology complements and supports the processes that are needed to transfer and share knowledge is also part of a good KM practice.
Hi, I am a relative newcomer to the concept of knowledge management. I would like to know more through those who have developed and experienced it. Hopefully, also be able to contribute to the discussions in this group.
I thank Helen Palmer for finally introducing me to Melbourne KMLF. I've heard about these meet ups, but was too shy to attend. It really helped that someone who's already known in the group has invited me and encouraged me to attend. I believe the group had a great vibe and were full of open-ness and ideas. Looking forward to going to more meet-ups and contributing more!