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PROCESSES, PROCEDURES, AND PRACTICES MATRIX

If we create a matrix in which the rows are KM Processes and the columns KM Procedures and Practices, and in which the ordering, top to bottom and left to right is roughly in chronological or developmental order, and we check which process a practice or procedure is primarily designed to serve, the matrix looks like: 58 more words

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KM IN PRACTICE - PRACTICES AND PROCEDURES

KM is a complex topic, and in Attempting to write about its Various dimensions and to
address it from different perspectives, some overlap is unavoidable. Here are some of the practices and procedures of the KM: 641 more words

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KM IN PRACTICE - PROCESSES

Here are the stages of the KM:

1 FINDING INFORMATION AND KNOWLEDGE

Finding information and knowledge refers to processes that allow organizations to make sense and make use of data, information, and knowledge objects that may be present but are not codified, analyzed, nor accessible to members. 286 more words

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KNOWLEDGE-BASED DECISION MAKING

In general, decision making involves identifying alternatives, projecting probabilities and outcomes of alternatives, and evaluating outcomes according to known preferences and implications for stakeholders. Choo, C. 187 more words

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POSTING CONTENTTOREPOSITORIES

Contributing content such as lessons-learned, project experiences, and success stories is another approach to knowledge sharing. The capturing of best practice has often been highlighted as a form of externalized knowledge. 128 more words

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QUESTION ASKING AND ANSWERING

Question asking and answering is a foundational process by which what people know tacitly becomes expressed, and hence, externalized as knowledge. To support such a view, we borrow from speech acts theory that amongst others categorizes question asking as a form of a speech act. 184 more words

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