Knowledge Management develops systems and processes to acquire and share intellectual assets and collective knowledge. It increases the amount of useful, actionable, and meaningful information available, and seeks to increase both individual and team learning.
In addition, Knowledge Management can maximize the value of an organization’s intellectual base, across diverse functions and disparate locations.
What Will You Learn?
- internal and external support networks
- empowerment and engagement
- trust and reputation
- wider geographical reach
- a stronger and united voice, given that nowadays every member of an organization is also an ambassador
About the instructor
Chapter 1 FUNDAMENTALS
Chapter 2 THE FRAMEWORK
Chapter 3 EXPLORING KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT AT DOD
Chapter 4 EMBRACING CHANGE