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Knowledge Management in Practice, 2nd Ed.

Managing Knowledge -- Unit 12

The Open University

Publisher: The Open University, 2001 , 64 pages

ISBN: 0-7492-7774-2

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  1. Introduction
    • 1.1 The Case for Knowledge Management
    • 1.2 The Essence of Knowledge Management
    • 1.3 Aims
    • 1.4 Learning Objectives
  2. The Practitioner’s Perspective
    • 2.1 Trends in Knowledge Management
    • 2.2 Principal Practices
    • 2.3 Knowledge Management Initiatives
    • 2.4 Delivering the Benefits
    • 2.5 Typical Starting-Points
    • 2.6 Summary
  3. Preparing the Plan
    • 3.1 Factors in Planning
    • 3.2 Knowledge Assessments and Audits
      • Knowledge management assessment tools
      • Conducting a knowledge audit
      • Identify existing knowledge management practices
      • Aligning with suitable initiatives
    • 3.3 Developing the Plan
      • Enablers
      • Levers
      • Foundations
      • Common pitfalls
    • 3.4 Justifying Knowledge Management
    • 3.5 Summary
  4. Implementing the Plan
    • 4.1 Implementation as Evolution
    • 4.2 Selecting a Pilot
    • 4.3 Mobilizing Resources
    • 4.4 Developing the Processes
      • The innovation cycle
      • The development cycle
    • 4.5 Knowledge Transfer Processes
    • 4.6 Sustaining the Effort
    • 4.7 Why Knowledge Management Succeeds or Fails
    • 4.8 Critical Success Factors
    • 4.9 Summary
  5. Conclusion

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Knowledge Management in Practice

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MBA material, what do you expect?


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