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The evolution of Knowledge Management in organizations
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Knowledge Management Strategy: vision, purpose and value generation in an era of social learning - YouTube

Jose Carlos Tenorio Favero:

"Knowledge Management Implementation: Things you should be aware of; How to align KM with business strategy and innovation in order to enhance performance and long term value generation; 
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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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A Knowledge Management Framework enhances the learning in an organization!

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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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The importance of a strategic workforce plan!

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A few thoughts about country Knowledge Management strategies, by Ian Thorpe

A few thoughts about country Knowledge Management strategies, by Ian Thorpe | Future Knowledge Management | Scoop.it

by Ian Thorpe:

 

"I was recently invited to participate (virtually of course) in a discussion of the UN country team in Mozambique on developing a UN Knowledge Management Strategy/Plan for the country.

They had already done a good bit of preparatory work in looking at how to develop a strategy and how others had done it, and they look to already be on a good path (with I hope more that can be shared soon). I was asked to give a few general pointers and thoughts to help them in their discussions. These are fairly generic so I’m also sharing an abbreviated version of them here in case they are of use to anyone else. There are many other sources of good information on developing KM strategies in general so these are just a few specific thoughts on doing this in a country context"

Karen du Toit's insight:

Tips on KM for a country, in this case Mozambique. Interesting!

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