All entries for Wednesday 18 April 2012
April 18, 2012
KBAM KBAM KBAM
While going through topics of Asset Management and Knowledge Management, I found myself overwhlemed with information and that it's such a tedious work (i'm a type of person that learn best via listening).
yes, it is because I have no prior knowledge and I lost sense of direction and I do not know how to build my though because I lack foundation.
This may as well be the case for many organisations that do not have knowledge mangement in place. People might have potential to contribute, but there is nothing that could help them form their thought that can be translated into knowledge and share it.
Many ideas could be lost along the way. Also I feel that organisations without KM somehow send out a message to their people that knowleadge and learning is not important in this place.
and without knowledge, what would help organisation to trive for a betterment?, what is there to build upon?
physical asset, indeed, is important, and so does intangible asset like knowledge.
Chelsea FC forked out a substantial amount of money hiring a manager whom was believed to be capable of turning around the club's poor results in the previous season, only to be fired 8 months later after a series of defeat and jeopardizing unity among players.
I think the manger was hired based on his previous successes during his reign at his former club (bias), on a very nice cv has was possessing.
What about executive positions in a company, positions which are critical in making big decisions?
Is there any difference in the selection progress when it comes to hiring a clerk?
Of course there must be some differences but to my understanding, the criteria are based on the past success embedded in the curriculum vitae which does not always guarantee the same success.
Where would RDM fit into this?
what is a good decision-making tool for judging people?