June 16, 2016

KM challenge

Knowledge Mangement is not a new term for todays organization.

it, howeve, is not many organization is sucess in knwledge maangement.

Therefore, senior managers often looking for fancy tools and techniques to improve knwledge management in an organization. My first understand as well as assume the key problem should be something that is much complicated, but the research turns out that the common obstacles is good ideas and best practices are often nt shared. Lets guess and find the answer to this challenge. I, myself have one answer, it is perhaps "FEAR". I means, sometime people fear of mistake, fear of losing authority , hence the knowldge has not been shared. If my assumption is likely to be true..hw can we fix this issue??

YOUR THOUGHT?


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  1. I totally agree with you Aya. During this study week we experienced how important is to work in an environment where you can feel appreciated and there is not fear of making mistakes. I think that the most important lesson of KBAM comes from the time that we spent together in preparing the presentation and not from the presentation itself. We built a strong team where everyone was engaged and considered important for the creation of the presentation. Probably I could forget the definition of some key words but for sure I CANNOT forget how important is to work in a climate of trust and respect, I believe that if we reflect about this week we can realise that we learned much more than we can imagine. I will miss you guys see you tomorrow and good luck to everyone for the presentation.

    16 Jun 2016, 23:51

  2. I believe that everything comes from the top management (leadership). If these people cannot create a challenging, fun and comfortable working environment with values like trust, respect, honesty, dignity, the knowledge is not going to be shared. Leaders/managers need to lead by example and start to share their knowledge first so this can go through all the employees like a chain reaction. Unfortunately, what I have experienced so far is that only a few company can do this, especially a familiar SME-s…the larger the company, the worse is the situation. What do you think guys?

    19 Jun 2016, 16:38

  3. I agree with you Kate. Large companies feel that such interaction and unnecessary for the organisation. As long as they’re making profits, they want nothing more. What I think should be done in these organisations is that the middle management be given more authority and responsibility, and make them feel they are a part of the organisation, rather than just salary eaters. Once the middle management feel they play a big role for the organisation, they would do the same for the lower management and so on.
    I feel this is the way they should start thinking, because the culture of business’ are going to play a huge role in the success of organisations.

    23 Jun 2016, 22:33

  4. Thank for all comments. “Culture” and “Leadership” seem to be the solution. Then, it is our journey and responsibility to make it better. :)

    26 Jun 2016, 12:16


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