May 29, 2012
Costly. Without proper knowledge management practices there can be wastage - reinventing the wheel, not being able to find information when it is needed and available to decision makers. Without tacit knowledge transfer activities and capture mechanisms, an organisation's knowledge can too easily leave with the people.
Identifying the important knowledge sources and implementing targetted methods to manage that. Letting the business needs guide where KM efforts are to be concentrated and tailoring solutions to provide the best outcomes. Working towards a knowledge sharing culture and letting the benefits speak for themselves to help embed KM practices in the organisation.
As a Records Manager with a State Govt department I introduced many KM tools and principles with a particular emphasis on knowledge sharing and corporate memory retention. After a career change to horticulture industry continue to use and promote KM.
Well organised. Enjoy the opportunity of meeting so many like minded people.