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The evolution of Knowledge Management in organizations
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Knowledge You Need to Know - An Industry Perspective on Knowledge Management

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by Marty Lipa, Executive Director, Merck Manufacturing Division Knowledge Management and Learning Technologies COE

"To help organizations address the many complexities of capturing, converting and communicating existing and emerging knowledge, ISPE’s Pharmaceutical Engineering magazine has put together an electronic supplement on knowledge management that features a collection of thought-provoking articles developed by regulators, industry, service providers and academia.

Over the past several years, there has been a growing interest in the practice of knowledge management in the biopharmaceutical industry. This is evident through the increased internal and external attention biopharmaceutical companies have focused on knowledge management (KM), including discussion on KM strategies, attendance and presentations at KM-related conferences, KM publications and KM-focused workshops."

- See more at: http://blog.ispe.org/?p=1217&__scoop_post=303d75e0-79a0-11e4-c50b-90b11c3998fc&__scoop_topic=1334318#__scoop_post=303d75e0-79a0-11e4-c50b-90b11c3998fc&__scoop_topic=1334318

 

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The KM first step: Wait to react or act to prevent?

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by David Griffiths

Are you managing your sense making (feedback) processes? The KM first step: Wait to react or act to prevent? Basically whatever the organisational problem, whatever the recommended process of response, whatever the “3 step”, “5 step”, “10 step” or “ultimate step” process for “KM strategy”, “communities of practice”, “KM implementation” etc., they are built upon a premise of four basic phases: Identify problem; engage with community; act to resolve; gather feedback and let the cycle begin again. A generic process that can be adapted to fit the need. Choose the number of steps, stick to the formula and as sure as Bob is your uncle, you have your latest strategy/planning solution.

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Strategic Workforce Planning – Knowledge Management and Thinking Strategically about your Workforce over the Next Five Years - Human Capital Institute

Strategic Workforce Planning – Knowledge Management and Thinking Strategically about your Workforce over the Next Five Years - Human Capital Institute | Future Knowledge Management | Scoop.it

Ken Mall:

"Do you know what your company’s workforce is going to look like in 5 years? Do you know what skills you need to maintain your business today and guarantee sustainability in the future?
 
Never before in our history have we seen the workforce in the United States change as rapidly as it is changing today and it will continue to change over the next several years.  As employees retire, companies are struggling to capture the knowledge and experience of long time employees.  Failing to take advantage of this experience will have the direct effect on future organizational productivity.  Knowledge management includes strategies and practices used by an organization to identify, generate, collect, organize, preserve, disseminate, share, and apply critical knowledge in pursuit of the organization’s goals.  Leveraging a variety of practices and tools to help organizations capture and facilitate the sharing of knowledge before it is lost."


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