Your knowledge loss is someone else's gain
As we approach the end of this masters, all of us have gained significant knowledge, not only technical, but personal as well. I believe that we have been learning organisms, we created and shared knowledge in various ways, we have been open to new learning and so on. Knowledge management has been part and parcel of this year. But how each one of us handled this knowledge is a completely different thing.
Undoubdtly, we all have learned, but in various paces and levels. Thus, now that we are going to find a job (luckily) in a company, this knowledge has to be retrieved, so that we can prove that we are the right people for that position. If we fail to do so, someone else with the similar knowledge more of less can easily replace us. On the other hand, if we do use that knowledge and prove our value, but the company fails to recognise it, then the employer will lose the knowledge we brought into that company.
Consequently, since we have experienced almost every aspect of knowledge management in our learning, it is time to enact upon it and utilise it accordingly. Also, we should keep practicing the KM principles, since if we rest in our laurels our knowledge loss will definitely be someone else's gain. Therefore, we are exactly as any company when it comes to manage our knowledge...