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  1. A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge: (Pmbok Guide)
  2. Knowledge Management by Carl Frappaolo, 2006-03-31
  3. The Knowledge Management Toolkit: Orchestrating IT, Strategy, and Knowledge Platforms (2nd Edition) by Amrit Tiwana, 2002-08-29
  4. A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide): 2000 Edition by Project Management Institute, 2001-02
  5. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Knowledge Management by Melissie Clemmons Rumizen, 2001-08-09
  6. Knowledge Management in Theory and Practice by Kimiz Dalkir, 2005-06-30
  7. Knowledge Management Basics (ASTD Training Basics Series) by Christee Atwood, 2009-09-25
  8. Compensation Management in a Knowledge-Based World (10th Edition) by Richard I Henderson, 2005-06-24
  9. Knowledge Management: Updated 2nd Edition (2010 Second Edition) by Elias M Awad, Hassan Ghaziri, 2010
  10. Knowledge Management: Systems and Processes by Irma Becerra-Fernandez, Rajiv Sabherwal, 2010-01-31

1. Knowledge Management - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
knowledge management ( KM ) comprises a range of practices used by organisations to identify, create, represent, and distribute knowledge.
Knowledge Management
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(Redirected from Knowledge management Jump to: navigation search Knowledge Management ('KM') comprises a range of practices used by organisations to identify, create, represent, and distribute knowledge . It has been an established discipline since with a body of university courses and both professional and academic journals dedicated to it. Most large companies have resources dedicated to Knowledge Management, often as a part of ' Information Technology ' or ' Human Resource Management ' departments, and sometimes reporting directly to the head of the organisation. As effectively managing information is a must in any business, and knowledge and information are intertwined, Knowledge Management is a multi-billion dollar world wide market. Knowledge Management programs are typically tied to organisational objectives and are intended to achieve specific outcomes; these can include improved performance, competitive advantage innovation, lessons learnt transfer (for example between projects) and the general development of collaborative practices. One aspect of Knowledge Management

2. Knowledge Management
Yes, knowledge management is the hottest subject of the day. The question is what is this activity called knowledge management, and why is it so important
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Implementation of a knowledge management approach is of course a complex undertaking. However, resources have emerged to
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The most complete is perhaps the Knowledge Management Toolkit This contains a selection of templates, guides and presentations covering most aspects, and can also serve as an introduction and learning aid. It is published by W3J.
The content on this website was produced by Gene Bellinger. Knowledge Management: Emerging Perspectives
Yes, knowledge management is the hottest subject of the day. The question is: what is this activity called knowledge management, and why is it so important to each and every one of us? The following writings, articles, and links offer some emerging perspectives in response to these questions. As you read on, you can determine whether it all makes any sense or not.
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Like water, this rising tide of data can be viewed as an abundant, vital and necessary resource. With enough preparation, we should be able to tap into that reservoir and ride the wave by utilizing new ways to channel raw data into meaningful information. That information, in turn, can then become the knowledge that leads to wisdom. Les Alberthal[

3. ABC: An Introduction To Knowledge Management (KM) - - Business Technolog
Defines KM and its application in the workplace. By Megan Santosus and Jon Surmacz, in CIO Magazine.
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4. Knowledge Management
Short summary. A discussion of knowledge management’s importance in today’s climate of shrinking staff and budgets, and looks at how Knowledge Management is
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Knowledge Management ( KM ) provides the processes and structures to create, capture, analyze, and act on information. It highlights both the conduits to knowledge, as well as the bottlenecks. The emphasis in Knowledge Management is on human know-how and how to exploit it to bring maximum return for an organization.
Why is KM Important to Government?
A recent Government Accounting Office ( GAO ) report indicated that a substantial portion of the federal workforce will become eligible to retire or will retire over the next five to ten years. Workforce and knowledge planning are critical to ensure that agencies have sufficient and appropriate staff to account for these retirements. In addition, high staff turnover, lack of adequate training, and a tendency toward preserving the status quo can further impact and impede opportunities for knowledge retention and growth. Oftentimes, when people leave an organization, they take a wealth of knowledge about their jobs with them. Knowledge Management seeks to secure the learning experiences, as well as the work products, of the individuals who comprise an organization.

5. ITtoolbox Knowledge Management Knowledge Base
ITtoolbox knowledge management Knowledge Base provides the latest communitygenerated content from the IT market. Share knowledge with your peers and work
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6. What Is Knowledge Management? - A Definition From - See Also: KM, K-b
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- Knowledge management is the name of a concept in which an enterprise consciously and comprehensively gathers, organizes, shares, and analyzes its knowledge in terms of resources, documents, and people skills. In early 1998, it was believed that few enterprises actually had a comprehensive knowledge management practice (by any name) in operation. Advances in technology and the way we access and share information have changed that; many enterprises now have some kind of knowledge management framework in place. Knowledge management involves data mining and some method of operation to push information to users. Some vendors are offering products to help an enterprise inventory and access knowledge resources. IBM's Lotus Discovery Server and K-Station, for example, are products advertised as providing the ability to organize and locate relevant content and expertise required to address specific business tasks and projects. They are said to be able to analyze the relationships between content, people, topics, and activity, and produce a knowledge map report. In an Information Week article, Jeff Angus and Jeetu Patel describe a four-process view of knowledge management that we have put into a table:

7. IBM Systems Journal - Vol. 40, No. 4, 2001 - Knowledge Management
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The business environment is rapidly changing, and intellectual capital is a key asset of the enterprise. By managing its knowledge assets, an enterprise can improve its adaptability and increase its chances for survival. The papers in this issue of the IBM Systems Journal deal with various aspects of knowledge management: supporting technologies, products, and social aspects. click to enlarge PDF ASCII Papers may be viewed by clicking on the title of interest Preface John J. Ritsko and Alex Birman p. 812 Knowledge management technology p. 814 Communities of practice and organizational performance p. 831 Evolving communities of practice: IBM Global Services experience p. 842 The knowledge management puzzle: Human and social factors in knowledge management p. 863 Views of knowledge are human views G. Dueck p. 885

8. The Nonsense Of 'knowledge Management'
Examines critically the origins and basis of knowledge management , its components and its development as a field of consultancy practice.
Information Research, Vol. 8 No. 1, October 2002
The nonsense of 'knowledge management'
T.D. Wilson
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University of Sheffield, UK
Abstract Examines critically the origins and basis of 'knowledge management', its components and its development as a field of consultancy practice. Problems in the distinction between 'knowledge' and 'information' are explored, as well as Polanyi's concept of 'tacit knowing'. The concept is examined in the journal literature, the Web sites of consultancy companies, and in the presentation of business schools. The conclusion is reached that 'knowledge management' is an umbrella term for a variety of organizational activities, none of which are concerned with the management of knowledge. Those activities that are not concerned with the management of information are concerned with the management of work practices, in the expectation that changes in such areas as communication practice will enable information sharing.
The growth of 'knowledge management' as a strategy of consultancy companies is one of a series of such strategies dating from Taylor's (1911) 'scientific management' of the early part of the last century. 'Time and motion study' developed directly out of scientific management and continued into the 1970s as a widespread industrial engineering technique. In the late 1930s, the 'human relations school' emerged out of research between 1927 and 1932 at the Western Electric Hawthorne Works in Chicago (

9. Gotcha - About KM
KM is a newly emerging, interdisciplinary business model dealing with all aspects of knowledge within the context of the firm, including knowledge creation,
What is Knowledge Management (KM)? KM is a newly emerging, interdisciplinary business model dealing with all aspects of knowledge within the context of the firm, including knowledge creation, codification, sharing, and how these activities promote learning and innovation. In practice, KM encompasses both technological tools and organizational routines in overlapping parts. Rudy Ruggles, a leading KM thinker/practitioners, has identified the following items as integral components of KM:
  • Generating new knowledge Accessing valuable knowledge from outside sources Using accessible knowledge in decision making Embedding knowledge in processes, products, and/or services Representing knowledge in documents, databases, and software Facilitating knowledge growth through culture and incentives Transferring existing knowledge into other parts of the organization Measuring the value of knowledge assets and/or impact of knowledge management
Here are some additional overviews on the character of KM:

10. The Library - Knowledge Management - Sveiby Knowledge Management
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11. Knowledge Management
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"Knowledge management is a relatively new and developing area which has introduced a methodology for the planned capture and re-use of organisational knowledge. ... Our analyses have concentrated on how [AI] techniques can enable a more efficient access, sharing and usage of accumulated knowledge as a means of enabling different functions within the organisation to perform their tasks more effectively."
The Road Ahead for Knowledge Management: An AI Perspective
. By Reid G. Smith and Adam Farquhar. AI Magazine 21(4): Winter 2000, 17-40. "Enabling organizations to capture, share, and apply the collective experience and know-how of their people is seen as fundamental to competing in the knowledge economy. As a result, there has been a wave of enthusiasm and activity centered on knowledge management. To make progress in this area, issues of technology, process, people, and content must be addressed. In this article, we develop a road map for knowledge management. It begins with an assessment of the current state of the practice, using examples drawn from our experience at Schlumberger. It then sketches the possible evolution of technology and practice over a 10-year period. Along the way, we highlight ways in which AI technology, present and future, can be applied in knowledge management systems."

12. Features - Knowledge Management: A Bibliographic Resource |
knowledge management A Bibliographic Resource By John Hokkanen, Esq. and Tricia Bond.
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13. Knowledge Management Benchmarking Association
Brings together knowledge management professionals from a variety of companies. Conducting benchmarking studies to identify practices that improve the
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To identify "Best in Class" business processes, which, when implemented, will lead member companies to exceptional performance.
  • To conduct benchmarking studies of important knowledge management processes.
  • To create a cooperative environment where full understanding of the performance and enablers of "best in class" knowledge management process can be obtained and shared at reasonable cost.
  • To use the efficiency of the association to obtain process performance data and related best practices regarding knowledge management.

14. BeSpacific: Knowledge Management Archives
knowledge management tools are becoming a significant component in the development of learning management systems. This paper examines recent research in
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15. Knowledge Management Professional Society (KMPro)
Association that offers certification and networking opportunities. Provides details on certification and workshops. Discussion forum and further resources
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16. Knowledge Management Research & Practice
KMRP provides an outlet for high quality, peer reviewed articles on all aspects of managing knowledge, organisational learning, intellectual capital and
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KMRP is automatically included in all institutional rate subscriptions to the related Journal of the Operational Research Society KMRP is also available as a stand alone subscription journal.
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Deadline for submission: 30th August, 2008

17. Knowledge Management Section
The aim is to support the implementation of knowledge management culture in the libraries and information environment. The Section will provide an
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    The growing interest in KM by the IFLA community was confirmed by the approval of Knowledge Management as IFLA Section in December 2003. The KM Section is a unit in IFLA's Division IV (Bibliographic Control). With this growing interest in the implementation of Knowledge Management through out the library and information environment, LIS professionals have expressed a need for a deeper understanding of KM's many dimensions and its relevance to their work. The IFLA KM section endeavours to facilitate the application of KM in libraries by developing a program of activities that supports information professionals implement KM in their own organizations. WORKING DEFINITION OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT (KM)
    KM is a process of creating, storing, sharing, applying and re-using organisational knowledge to enable an organisation to achieve its goals and objectives. KM is extending the concept of "knowledge" beyond existing concepts like "memory", "storage", and "information". The term covers such areas as tacit knowledge (expertise), implicit knowledge, explicit knowledge and procedural knowledge. MISSION
    KM encompasses many dimensions of organisational management and the activities of the Section are intended to reflect this by providing a broad platform of integrated activities, through working co-operatively with other IFLA sections and divisions, and appropriate professional organisations.

18. Journal Of Knowledge Management Practice: Welcome
Ejournal brings together theory and case studies to provide organizations with an holistic understanding and practical insight.
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ISSN 1705-9232 Knowledge Management is the next logical step beyond organizational learning. The Journal of Knowledge Management Practice (JKMP) was the first journal in 1988 to bring together theory and case studies in this vital topic to provide progressive researchers, practitioners, and organizations with holistic understanding and practical insight. The JKMP began publishing its first articles in January, 1998 in a bold new free "open library" concept and this tradition has been maintained since that time. We're sure you'll appreciate the synergies this publishing approach promotes. Please go to our "About" page to gain an appreciation of JKMP’s publishing philosophy, purpose and scope, and to review membership lists of our Editorial Boards. Full-text current and back issues of JKMP are available through our "Library" page. You may access guidelines for submitting material for publication by visiting the "Submissions" page.
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19. Knowledge Management
The traditional view of knowledge management has treated knowledge in terms of prepackaged or takenfor-granted interpretations of information.
Knowledge Management
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Knowledge Typology Map
The traditional view of knowledge management has treated knowledge in terms of prepackaged or taken-for-granted interpretations of information. However, this static and contextual knowledge works against the generation of multiple and contradictory viewpoints that are necessary for meeting the challenge posed by wicked environments. - Dr. Yogesh Malhotra in Toward a Knowledge Ecology for Organizational White-Waters
Data is organized into information by combining data with prior knowledge and the person's self-system to create a knowledge representation. This is normally done to solve a problem or make sense of a phenomenon. This knowledge representation is consistently changing as we receive new inputs, such as learnings, feelings, and experiences. This causes the knowledge representation to change due to our brains being branched or interconnected to other representations, rather than layered Since our brains are branched, knowledge is dynamic, that is, our various knowledge representations change and grow with each new experience and learning.

20. KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT - Collecting, Leveraging, And Distributing Both Explicit An
Your firstever BUSINESS e-COACH While most managers agree that managing knowledge is important, few of them can articulate what the value is or how to
Knowledge: Knowledge-driven Enterprise Knowledge Management (KM) Collecting, Leveraging, and Distributing both Explicit and Tacit Knowledge Throughout Your Organization By Vadim Kotelnikov , Founder, Ten BUSINESS e-COACH - Innovation Unlimited!, "Knowledge is of two kinds. We know a subject ourselves, or we know where we can find information upon it." – Samuel Johnson 9 Signs of a Losing Organization
  • Poor Idea and Knowledge Management: cross-pollination of ideas is not facilitated; no idea management and knowledge management strategies and systems; "know-it-all" attitude; "not invented here" syndrome. More
  • The Process of Knowledge Conversion: Four Different Modes By Nonaka
  • Socialization (the conversion of tacit knowledge to tacit knowledge); Combination (the conversion of explicit knowledge to explicit knowledge); Externalization (the conversion of tacit to explicit knowledge); and Internalization (the conversion of explicit to tacit knowledge).
  • Distinguishing between Data, Information, and Knowledge

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