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Thanks a lot Frank
On Tuesday, 15 January 2019, 20:22:40 GMT+4, Frank Guerino frank.guerino@... [sikmleaders] wrote:
You’ve received some good suggestions. I would add that there really is no one KM framework that will fit all spaces in a mid-sized to larger organization or that will solve all your problems. This being said, I would suggest you also look into areas such as but not limited to:
None of the above actually gets into areas such as Data Management or Business Intelligence (such as Analytics and Reporting), which also tie heavily into organizational KM, and need to always be explored/managed.
Attempting to address your documented concerns:
I hope this helps.
Frank Guerino, Principal Managing Partner
The International Foundation for Information Technology (IF4IT)
From: SIKM Leaders on behalf of SIKM Leaders
I am actually working on setting up a kind of a high level Knowledge Management framework/ Model to wrap up the how KM is managed in the organization.
We do actually have a Knowledge and Innovation Management Strategy. We also have some Procedures written for some initiatives For example:
- Managing internal Knowledge resources - Starting from Identifying knowledge resources (as some call it Explicit Knowledge) to be captured all through sharing them on the internal portal to be used and then assess the usage and utilization.
- Managing external Knowledge resources - Almost like the above initiative Procedure, but it is about knowledge resources brought in from external sources.
- Creating Employee profiling - Something like LinkedIN - to enable collaboration
Besides some other Knowledge sharing and learning activities (online and Physical)
what do you think could be a kind of a high level KM framework/ Model from the literature could be helpful to wrap these up.
Thanks and regards,