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Knowledge Management in 87 Seconds - YouTube

An introduction to what we do in 87 seconds. Feedback welcome and please feel free to get in touch
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LAUNCH: Practice of Knowledge-Creation

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My research is focused on a practice-based approach to emergent innovative knowledge-creation through collaboration – the endless cycle of mutually interactive processes that create new outcomes, n...
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Rethinking knowledge work: A strategic approach | McKinsey & Company

Rethinking knowledge work: A strategic approach | McKinsey & Company | Knowledge Management Principles | Scoop.it
Knowledge workers’ information needs vary. The key to better productivity is applying technology more precisely. A McKinsey Quarterly article.
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The One Thing That Makes Collaboration Work - Larry Prusak - Harvard Business Review

The One Thing That Makes Collaboration Work - Larry Prusak - Harvard Business Review | Knowledge Management Principles | Scoop.it

Business bloggers at Harvard Business Review discuss a variety of business topics including managing people, innovation, leadership, and more.


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Library Grits: Knowledge Management

Library Grits: Knowledge Management | Knowledge Management Principles | Scoop.it
Our current team leader will be leaving the facility at the end of this academic year, and with leaving she will take 8 years of knowledge and history with her. Seeing she was an integral part of the set of the library, being able to ...
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What is Knowledge Management?

Knowledge Management Consultant, Chris Collison defines knowledge management, and explains the breadth of tools and techniques which underpin this discipline...
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Our Nation’s GateKeeper to Knowledge Creation and Individual Empowerment | National Forum on Information Literacy

Our Nation’s GateKeeper to Knowledge Creation and Individual Empowerment | National Forum on Information Literacy | Knowledge Management Principles | Scoop.it
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At the Intersection of People: Knowledge Creation

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How do we create knowledge?  That was the subject of two conversations I had recently with Knowledge Management experts. According to both, new knowledge happens when people get together.  Both are...
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The Collaborative Enterprise

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In management, words come and go. Quality is up, then it's down, then it rises again. Same with knowledge, teamwork, and many many other words and phrases. One word that is now enjoying some time i...
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Patterns in the knowledge management discourse : an analysis of selected knowledge management theorists - Master's Thesis by Elmi Bester

"...thesis for the MPhil (Information and Knowledge Management) degree at the University of Stellenbosch.I The full text is available from the SUNScholar repository – http://scholar.sun.ac.za/handle/10019.1/80329.

 

Abstract: 

"Knowledge management is a fragmented and ambiguous management practice. This is evident from the plethora of definitions available for this field. The premise of this study is that different discourse patterns in knowledge management also contribute to the ambiguity. Four theoretical lenses describe the typical discourses that are associated with the formation of management practices, namely management innovation, umbrella construction, management fashion cycles and institutionalisation of management practice.

The following propositions are indicative of the types of discourses involved – the rationale, business outcome, management niche, solution definitions and the means provided for the enactment of the practice. The discourses of seven proponents were analysed according to the above, viz. Verna Allee, Nancy Dixon, Leif Edvinsson, Ikujiro Nonaka, Laurence Prusak, David Snowden and Mathieu Weggeman. Three main patterns were identified based on the manner in which the discourses associated with the four theoretical lenses manifest in the analysed discourses. These patterns represent three different conceptualisations of knowledge management, namely -

(i) Knowledge management as a meta-practice framework

(ii) Knowledge management as a platform and catalyst for systemic management innovation

(iii) Knowledge management as a master idea or master narrative


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Three different conceptualisations of KM!