Knowledge Centric Management

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Ecademy Press, 2011 - Business & Economics - 246 pages
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Knowledge Centric Management - urgent recommendations and a practical and pragmatic framework to become a knowledge centric organisation. This Book explains what Knowledge Management is and how it can benefit you and your organisation, describes real life situations where Knowledge Management has been applied, relates the lessons learned, sharing the do's and the don'ts with you, provides you with a pragmatic and usable framework to help your organisation get started with Knowledge Management and begin to see results, explains how to monitor and evaluate results so you can measure the success of the programme and adjust where necessary

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Preface i
The story of Alex and Benjamin 3
From an operational economy towards a knowledgedriven
Your information and expertise count 20
Knowledge issues 26
Opportunities for improvement 32
My lessons learned 37 On information and knowledge 38
Personal experiences and reflections 114
Results of growing Knowledge centric management 129
Personal experiences and reflections 135
Growth process 143
A growing process 150
Personal experiences and reflections 156
Personal experiences and reflections 165
Measuring value of Knowledge Management 171

A Knowledge Management framework 53
Knowledge organisation perspective 115
Personal experiences and reflections 127
Human competences 66
Parameters for success 75
The Knowledge Management building blocks 81
Too much information 106
External Knowledge Management 180
Knowledge Management made easy and quick 187
Overview 200
Personal experiences and reflections 208
Personal experiences and reflections 216

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