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[SA KM Survey] Is Knowledge Management Making the Difference SA needs today? « 2016 Southern African Knowledge Management Summit

With the South African economy taking strain amidst ever increasing competition, it is an ideal time for Knowledge Management to be making a real difference.

 

Through Knoco South Africa we have the opportunity to run the survey ahead of the 2016 SA KM Summit. Please participate in this survey. With your help we would like to build a picture of what KM in Southern Africa looks like today and share and discuss the results with you at the Summit.

It would be extremely useful if you can answer on behalf of an organisation (not a single person) of any size, sector or geography, which;
• Is currently implementing Knowledge Management,
• Has already implemented Knowledge Management
• Is currently planning to implement Knowledge Management,
• Has reviewed Knowledge Management and decided against it, or
• Has tried to implement Knowledge Management in the past, but given up.

Help us understand how KM is shaping up! It will take you approximately 30 minutes to complete.  Contributors will receive a report on the results.

 

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/6G98PSW

 

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Measuring knowledge management: survey report for the KM4Dev innovation fund - knowledge management for development

Measuring knowledge management: survey report for the KM4Dev innovation fund - knowledge management for development | Future Knowledge Management | Scoop.it

Walter Mansfield:

Earlier this year, with support from the KM4Dev Innovation Fund, we circulated a survey on The use of indicators for the monitoring and evaluation of knowledge management and knowledge brokering in international development  (see project proposal

 

Thank you to all those who took the time to respond to this survey and to send us materials.

 

We are now presenting the survey report which explores the challenges and current practices in the monitoring and evaluation of knowledge management and knowledge brokering.  It collates and presents the responses of 68 knowledge and evaluation practitioners. Please find below a link to this survey report: KM4dev%20indicator%20survey%20report.pdf

 

This survey was produced in support of a workshop that was held at the Institute for Development Studies (IDS), Brighton, UK on 8th March 2013 (find the workshop report here) 

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Knowledge management underutilized by money managers - Thao Hua

BY THAO HUA:

"Money managers are hard-pressed to apply knowledge management, despite professing its importance in an era of intense competition and difficult market conditions, a survey sponsored by Pensions & Investments and the University of Oxford shows.

“Most respondents believe themselves to be more familiar with the concept of knowledge management compared to their organization,” said Gordon Clark, director of the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, Oxford University, Oxford, England. “When you broaden that question to the asset management industry, the majority (of those surveyed) believes that the industry isn't really familiar with it at all, suggesting that while there are certain asset managers who are good at it, the overall industry is probably not taking (knowledge management) seriously enough.”

Knowledge management is defined loosely as the systematic process of identifying, creating and sharing intellectual capital within a firm to gain a competitive advantage.

Implementing a knowledge management system could achieve a more stable business model for firms that don't yet have a process in place, according to 56% of respondents to the survey."


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