June 08, 2014

Knowledge Sharing

Writing about web page #KBAM #knowledgemenagement

A really good point was brought up in class on friday. It was brought up that since every organisation is different and every organisation has their own culture it will be hard for there to be a specific "knowledge sharing" rules for every organisationto follow. An effective knowledge sharing environment and system must be designed by the organisation to tailor to their specific brand of business. Of course, there are broad knowledge management principles that should be applied by every organisation. However in order to effectively manage knowledge, the organisation must study its culture and implement policies to trigger motivation to share and create knowledge. This is much easier said than done.

For example, if I were looking at our MBE01 class I would consider the culture and atmosphere of our class and use this to create a strategy to encourage knowledge sharing. I would say our class culture is social, open, fun and competitive at times. Based on this culture, I would develop activities and games that would be revolved around sharing reflections in class. This would appeal to the fun, social and competitive nature of our class. This was just an example of how organizations can tailor their KM and motivation to their specific businesses.

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