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May 04, 2012
Knowledge management is important as it can be used as a sustained competitive advantage which would not only be difficult by competitors to copy, but give the company a source to always rely upon for information.
Basically knowledge could be classified into three categories:
Impersonal knowledge which consists of ideas and information made explicit in documents and files (explicit knowledge). Personal knowledge which is tacit and stored in the brains (tacit knowledge). Inter personal knowledge which is communicated implicitly in the conversations and connections of people (implicit knowledge). (Boughzala et. al.)
I have found it real difficult to getthe tacit and implicit knowledge. In my company we are trying to capture the tacit knowledge through training, by making the holder of the knowledge responsible for training others. This approach has helped but people still continue to hold back some vital information ( i keep using knowledge and information - got to clear the difference between the two). Got lot of work to do to really make our company a company that knows how to manage knowledge !