The assessment should cover the five core knowledge management components: people, processes, technology, structure and culture.
Thanks to the technological advancements as well as the availability of high-speed networks, your organization has a great opportunity to gather, store, distribute and utilize knowledge in a way you would have never imagined.
The reuse of knowledge in repositories allows decisions to be based on actual experience, large sample sizes, and practical lessons learned. We're glad to have you!
See how your performance has improved and continue to incorporate these improvements as you go ahead. Step 7: Link knowledge to people When your organization is faced with a certain business problem, then help of knowledge databases may be needed. Knowledge management helps gather the power from your entire organization and use it to incrementally improve your daily operations.
Through the use of tools such as communitiesexpertise locators, and repositoriesthe full power of a large enterprise can be exploited. Step 6: Build a Knowledge Management Implementation Roadmap With the current-state assessment in hand, it is time to build the implementation roadmap for your knowledge management program.
Storing and then processing of this data can help you make some important decisions in an easier manner. Providing methods, tools, templates, techniques, and examples Methodstools, templates, techniques, and examples are the building blocks supporting repeatable processes and procedures.