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An Introduction to Managing Knowledge, 3rd Ed.

Managing Knowledge -- Unit 1

The Open University

Publisher: The Open University, 2001 , 56 pages

ISBN: 0-7492-7739-4

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  1. Introduction
    • 1.1 Welcome to Managing Knowledge
    • 1.2 Structure of Unit 1
    • 1.3 Aims
    • 1.4 Learning Objectives
  2. Managing Knowledge for Individuals
  3. Why Knowledge Management Now?
  4. Managing Knowledge in Practice
    • 4.1 Some Examples
    • 4.2 Managing Knowledge: Activities and Issues
  5. Themes and Scope of Knowledge Management
    • 5.1 Knowledge Resources and Capabilities
    • 5.2 Knowledge and Intellectual Capital
    • 5.3 Managing Knowledge and Information Management
    • 5.4 Managing Knowledge and the Learning Organization
  6. Talking About Knowledge
    • 6.1 Data, Information and Knowledge
    • 6.2 Typologies of Knowledge
      • Knowing that, knowing how, knowing why
      • Formal and informal knowledge
      • Explicit (codified) and tacit knowledge
      • Karl Wiig's classification of knowledge
      • Other types of knowledge
  7. The B823 Approach and Themes
    • 7.1 Resources and Capabilities
    • 7.2 Knowledge Creation and Application
    • 7.3 The Reflective Practitioner
    • 7.4 Communication
    • 7.5 Technology and Knowledge Management
    • 7.6 Knowledge and Management
    • 7.7 The Importance of Context
    • 7.8 Managing Knowledge as a Collective Enterprise
    • 7.9 Uncertainty and Complexity

Reviews:

An Introduction to Managing Knowledge

by Roland Buresund last modified 2014-01-26 00:45

Rating: ***** (OK)

A decent introduction to a diverse and confusing subject.


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