October 11, 2013
Lack of appropriate knowledge management in organisations can result in: - Poor decision making - Increased risk exposure - Reduced quality of products and services - Lack of organisational learning and innovation
Good knowledge management is built on a strong foundation of information management. KM supports the acquisition, identification, capture, utilisation and development of knowledge across the organisation. KM practice should always support the organisation's strategic objectives and addresses people, process and technology dimensions.
I'm currently a Senior Consultant at Votar Partners, specialising in Information, Records and Knowledge Management. I have previously worked in mining, higher education, state and local government. I also completed a research masters in KM in 2009.