Knowledge; Places and Answers

When looking towards how knowledge works, it is sometimes best to look at how it is utilised to fully understand why it is vital to capitalise on it. Today’s blog aims to look at this through an organisational lens. Cynefin: Decision Making A huge aspect of knowledge is that people use information and assign their […]

Knowledge Management Tools

A few weeks ago we have delved into what knowledge management means, especially in terms of personal knowledge management. This week we will be delving into what knowledge management can be utilised for. Organisational Learning, Business Intelligence, Information Management, Analytics and Big Data Before analysing the usefulness of these tools with real-life examples, I will […]

Personal Knowledge Management

PKM Personal Knowledge Management (PKM), is the process of assimilating information for their own gain using their acquired learning, experience and cognitive abilities. In particular, it is about personal self-enrichment or the betterment of an individual for their personal and/or work-life. Differences between PKM and KM There are a number of differences directed by Jarche […]

Knowledge Managament

Knowledge Management Koenig (2012), states in their article that the most common definition was created by Duhon in 1998. Essentially it involved the ‘process of capturing, distributing and effectively using knowledge.’ Although this definition is simplistic, it captures what the essence of knowledge management entails. Resource-based View and Knowledge-Based View As a further addition to […]

A Start to Knowledge

What is knowledge? Before going in depth into what knowledge is, we have been tasked to find, what is involved in the creation of it. Data, Information, Knowledge, Wisdom Data At the very core of information is data, or a collection of letters, numbers, symbols, pictures, and sounds. These are typically associated with facts or observations. […]