The misunderstandings of Knowledge Management
1. Knowledge management is about knowledge. Knowledge management system should focus on rapid growth, improve operations and increase profit space.
2. Knowledge management is about technology. Knowledge management is not a pure technology project, it must be able to adapt to rapidly changing business environment.
3. Knowledge management is the capable. Knowledge management cannot solve all of the information on the issue, should start small and gradually achieve results.
4. The objective of knowledge management is to create a document library. Knowledge management is not only to save the information; the more important thing is to make use of knowledge to help companies make better decisions.
5. Can buy ready-made tools for knowledge management system. The core question is how these tools integrate the growth of the enterprise, actual operations and technology strategy.
6. Knowledge management is to control the knowledge. Knowledge management is not to control knowledge, but should strive to cultivate a culture of knowledge sharing.
7. They will use it when it finished. The successful application of knowledge management must be strong supported by the top leader and encourage knowledge sharing within the enterprise system.
I believe the misunderstandings are first sentences of each number and second sentences are answers to those misunderstandings.
I would like to express some answers to those points with my opinions;
1. KM is about Wisdom and Synergy.
2. KM may be easier to progress with technological improvements.
3. KM needs patience and commitment to be effective.
4. KM is to break barriers to release information flow.
5. KM Systems must be optimised for different organisations.
6. KM needs an environment which is suitable for knowledge sharing.
7. KM can not be finished even the business is closed. (There is much to learn from mistakes, even more than successes)
06 Jun 2010, 07:59
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