Knowledge Management processes in organizations - Coggle Diagram
Knowledge Management processes in organizations
Stages of KM
The second stage of KM can be described simply as adding the recognition of the importance of
the human and cultural dimensions.
The third stage was the awareness of the importance of content, and, in particular, an awareness of the importance of the retrievability
The initial stage of KM was driven primarily by information technology, or IT
Fourth stage can be characterized by the awareness of the importance of information and knowledge external to the organization.
Characteristics related to the information environment and information flow
Free flow of information both into and out of the organizations
Rewards for sharing, seeking, and using “new” externally developed
easy access to information by individuals
Knowledge Management in Practice
Sharing Information and Knowledge
Development of Knowledge
Finding Information and Knowledge
RESEARCH PRODUCTIVITY AND KNOWLEDGE
The chemical novelty of the drug
The filing company’s patent position in regard to the drug, an indicator of where the bulk of the research was done
Whether or not the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) judged the drug to be an “important therapeutic advance"
Knowledge Management Issues
Training and User Education in KM
Trust in KM
Explicit & Tacit; but Better: Explicit, Implicit, & Tacit
Posting Content to Repositories
Question Asking and Answering
KM in Practice - Procedures and Practices
Tags, Taxonomies, and Content Management
Lessons Learned Databases
Knowledge Audit .
Theorizing Knowledge in Organizations
Knowledge as Resource and Process
Interactions for Knowledge Creation