April 09, 2011


KBAM module, like all the MBE modules has been a knowledge development journey. During the module, we have been able to look at different approaches for asset and knowledge management and have got to know about their importance. There has been an effective development of knowledge through learning from different people within the group. Although all were allocated specific parts to prepare because of the depth of the material in hand but still we got learn a lot through our group members working at different other parts. For instance, I was concentrating on the security part but still now I have learned a great deal about other parts as the facility management, health and care, environmental management etc through my colleagues. We also got to learn through other group’s presentations on the presentation day and all of this is the bits of knowledge that we have been able to develop during this module.

The structure of the module played an important role in the learning process because there was a vast amount of literature to cover and we had to go about it in ourselves without even knowing the basic concepts. So, while preparing for the presentation, we learned a lot in the process. 

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