June 24, 2013
This has vast ripples throughout the organisation, some of which include: decreased productivity due to time wasted searching for already known information or information that is hard to access; lack of understanding of organisational knowledge reducing performance and motivation; enhanced silo effect due to lack of understanding between departments; slower initiation process of new employees.
The ultimate KM practices result in all employees understanding the positive impacts that KM has on the organisation and employee, and continually practicing KM. To enable such an outcome, KM practices need to incorporate all aspects of the business through a process of planning and managing the KM strategy. The strategy must be aligned with business goals and deliver applicable benefits. Practices combine internal and external knowledge and knowledge is continually captured through a range of mediums.
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My name is Jessica Bearzatto and I am a recent RMIT MBA graduate, in which i was the 2012/13 scholarship holder and Student Association president. I am eager to continue my learning, enhance my networks and gain further insight into KM.