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Knowledge Management Training Course
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Knowledge Management includes a variety of strategies to identify, create, represent, distribute and enable adoption of insights and experiences. It comprises knowledge embodied either in organizations or individuals as processes or practices. Many large companies have resources dedicated to internal Knowledge Management as part of their business strategy, information technology or human resource management departments. There are also several consulting companies that exist to provide strategy and advice regarding Knowledge Management.
Knowledge Management typically focuses on objectives such as improved performance, competitive advantage, innovation, integration and the continuous improvement of the organization. It can be distinguished from organizational learning by the greater focus on the management of knowledge as a strategic asset and encouraging the sharing of knowledge. TBAE’s Knowledge Management workshop will give participants the right tools needed to implement Knowledge Management in their organization. No matter what the size of the company or budget, where there are people working together for one goal there is knowledge to be harvested, stored and dispensed as needed.
Subjects covered in the Knowledge Management course include Understanding Knowledge Management, Do’s and Don’ts, The Knowledge Management Life Cycle, The New Knowledge Management Paradigm, Knowledge Management Models, Building a Knowledge Management Rationale, Customizing Knowledge Management Definitions, Implementing Knowledge Management in Your Organization, Tips for Success, The Knowledge Management Maturity Model and Absorptive Capacity.