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Corporate Memory

Strategies for Knowledge Management

Annie Brooking

Publisher: Thomson, 1999 , 181 pages

ISBN: 1-86152-268-1

Synopsis:

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Knowledge is a corporate asset which needs to be identified, guarded and shared. Corporate Memory: Strategies for Knowledge Management shows the innovative manager how to explore his company's intangible asset, identify knowledge within his organization culture and looks towards knowledge sharing.

This book will help you:

  • identify whether your company is a 'knowledge-based company'
  • understand the context for knowledge management within your organization
  • determine he culture of your organization and determine to what extent it will support knowledge sharing
  • understand the ways your company generates knowledge, thus determining whether you are using it to its potential or losing it
  • survey, elicit and capture knowledge
  • design and mount a campaign to identify critical knowledge functions
  • design a collaborative knowledge generating venture
  • put together an action plan to build the right infrastructure to support knowledge sharing in your organization

Table of Contents:

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  1. The Knowledge Based Company
  2. Intellectual Capital — The Context for Knowledge Management
  3. Dream On —Knowing What You Need to Know
  4. Dimensions of Knowledge
  5. Capturing Knowledge Within the Organization
  6. Aspects of Corporate Memory
  7. Generating Knowledge Within the Organization
  8. Corporate Culture and Knowledge Management
  9. Establishing an Infrastructure for Knowledge Management
  10. Human Centered Knowledge Management
  11. Guarding and Growing Corporate Memory
  12. What to Do on Monday Morning
  • Summary of KM Concepts

Reviews:

Corporate Memory

by Roland Buresund last modified 2007-11-25 18:43

Rating: ******** (Very good)

A very good (probably the best) introductionary text on the subject  of Knowledge Management.

It is extremely low on academic details (in contrast to other KM books) and very high on practicalities and extremely straightforward!

Recommended reading if you want to understand what KM is (and isn't).

 


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