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Hometown: Melbourne

Member since:

August 23, 2012

How do you feel a lack of knowledge management impacts the organisation?

It affects a lot, as leads to lot of confusion, too many back-n-fro emails, late nights due to no knowledge sharing...

What constitutes good Knowledge Management practice in your eyes?

I think wiki, share point are good tools to get started on knowledge management, but unless the company and the people dont understand the value of knowledge management, all these tools are useless. So I would say good practice would be to make people share their knowledge in any way, even use notepad, and send it to some one responsible of putting it in these tools who is passionate about knowledge management

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