October 24, 2011
I'm no expert in Knowledge Management - which is why I'd like to join this MeetUp Group - however my assumptions in response to this question are as follows: * unnecessary duplication * loss of valuable organisational knowledge * unnecessary inefficiency * negative impact on innovation * negative impact on level of competitiveness * higher costs
Again, I'm no expert in Knowledge Management however I assume good Knowledge Management practice means: * information is easily accessible * information is stored in a systematic way * there's always at least two people (and two people in training) in the organisation who are experts in the organisation's Knowledge Management system / process and these people are available to help others in the organisation access information
Hi, I'm Katrina! This is me in a nutshell...Passionate, curious, philanthropic, creative, positive, thankful, action-oriented lover of life!!