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Title:Knowledge Management Techniques: Teaching & Dissemination Concepts
Authors: Ann Mackintosh ; John Kingston ; Ian Filby
Date:Sep 1999
Publication Title:International Journal on Human Computer Studies, Special Issue on Organizational Memory and Knowledge Management
Publication Type:Journal Article
Volume No:51(3)
This paper describes knowledge management teaching and dissemination concepts to support the training of professionals in an organisation to manage their knowledge assets. They are based on AIAIs experience of working with large organisations to establish a technical knowledge management framework and to support their personnel in implementing the framework. The concepts support organisations who embark on a knowledge management programme. They promote the importance of knowledge management and the awareness of how knowledge management can be accomplished within, and across, operational divisions; create an awareness of a framework to achieve knowledge management; and establish a group of personnel who have skills in knowledge management techniques to enable them to facilitate the development, maintenance, use and sharing of the organisations knowledge assets. The main objective is to ensure that knowledge management techniques are rolled out across the organisation. Importantly these concepts provide the organisation with the necessary training in the use of techniques to identify, analyse and manage knowledge assets.
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author = { Ann Mackintosh and John Kingston and Ian Filby },
title = {Knowledge Management Techniques: Teaching & Dissemination Concepts},
journal = {International Journal on Human Computer Studies, Special Issue on Organizational Memory and Knowledge Management},
year = 1999,
month = {Sep},
volume = {51(3)},

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