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Developing a Knowledge Management Strategy Map | Peyman Akhavan, Reza Hosnavi Atashgah

Developing a Knowledge Management Strategy Map | Peyman Akhavan, Reza Hosnavi Atashgah | Future Knowledge Management | Scoop.it

"This paper is to discuss a knowledge management strategy map based on Kaplan and Norton’s strategy maps. In this way, KM strategies are reviewed first and then Kaplan and Norton’s strategy map concepts are introduced as an overall methodology for extracting KM strategy maps. The required context will be explored for deploying both knowledge creating and knowledge application strategies in the organization based on four balanced perspective of knowledge management considered in this paper. The authors determined these four issues as balanced dimensions in the knowledge management strategies. These balanced dimensions are intellectual capital, KM processes, value creating dimension and KM performance dimension. Finally, a list is determined that includes various measures for each perspective. The identified critical success factors of the four balanced dimension can also act as a guideline for KM experts in the organizations. This helps to ensure that the essential issues are covered during design and implementation phase of knowledge management strategies."


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Put Learning Into Hyperdrive by Having a Knowledge Management Strategy

Put Learning Into Hyperdrive by Having a Knowledge Management Strategy | Future Knowledge Management | Scoop.it
Through learning we extend our capacity to create, to be part of the generative process of life” ―Peter Senge

 

For businesses the complexity of providing quality service is increasing. Not only are customers becoming more sophisticated in their expectations but also competition has increased. The reality of this situation is that organizations must be nimble and able to learn at a very rapid pace. This need goes beyond relying on a training program to address gaps in knowledge or capability. To stay competitive organizations need to look at ways to make capturing and sharing knowledge a part of everything it does."

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