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Learn insights about the benefits of proactive retraining and reskilling, and how you can better understand the economics of learning. The main goal of knowledge management is to improve an organization's efficiency and save knowledge within the company. Often it is referring to training and learning in an organization or of its customers. The goal is to enable organizational learning and create a learning culture, where the sharing of knowledge is encouraged and those who seek to learn to better themselves find it easy to do so. When thinking about knowledge management, it is helpful to consider the types of knowledge and how possible it is to share that knowledge within an organization.
The term "knowledge management" arose in the s. The most important goal of knowledge management is ensuring that an organization's data and information are collected and stored in such a way that makes it effective and efficient for employees or customers to find and use the necessary data. The primary focus of knowledge management is to ensure that necessary information is captured, stored and distributed in a way that makes it easy for people within an organization to access and use it. Knowledge management is a discipline described by industry expert Duhon described as one "that promotes an integrated approach to identifying, capturing, evaluating, retrieving, and sharing all of an enterprise's information assets. An organization has different types of information assets. They can include things like policies, procedures, documents, and information that certain employees know but isn't written down anywhere.
Knowledge Management KM has become the key factor for the success of all organizations. ICTs are technologies which facilitate the management to share knowledge and information. In the current business environment, the implementation of Knowledge Management projects has become easier with the help of technological tools. The value of Knowledge Management is more when made available to the right people at the right time. Thus, knowledge sharing is facilitated through information and communication technologies including computers, telephones, e-mail, databases, data-mining systems, search engines, video-conferencing equipment and many more. The purpose of this study is to identify the significant role of information and communication technologies ICTs in Knowledge Management KM initiatives that lead to organizational effectiveness. This paper moves towards an understanding of the overall importance of ICTs to knowledge management that paves way to achieve organizational effectiveness.
Knowledge management KM is the process of creating, sharing, using and managing the knowledge and information of an organization. An established discipline since ,  KM includes courses taught in the fields of business administration , information systems , management, library, and information sciences. Many large companies, public institutions and non-profit organisations have resources dedicated to internal KM efforts, often as a part of their business strategy , IT , or human resource management departments. Knowledge management efforts typically focus on organisational objectives such as improved performance, competitive advantage , innovation , the sharing of lessons learned , integration and continuous improvement of the organisation. Knowledge management efforts have a long history, including on-the-job discussions, formal apprenticeship , discussion forums , corporate libraries, professional training, and mentoring programs. In , the term personal knowledge management was introduced; it refers to the management of knowledge at the individual level. In the enterprise, early collections of case studies recognised the importance of knowledge management dimensions of strategy, process and measurement.
Knowledge Management KM is a subject that has aroused the interest of many researchers in the last decade, being great part of contributions driven by steps, named KM process. Because it is an embracing theme, publications about KM process have multidisciplinary contributions and, thus, this research aims to conceptualize this process, analyzing the main approach that guides the study of each stage, and also, to raise the main publications on the subject, classifying them as to their contribution area. To reach these goals, this article is oriented by a theoretical-conceptual research, in which 71 articles were studied. The results indicate that the KM process consists of four stages: acquisition, storage, distribution, and use of knowledge. In the acquisition phase, the studied themes are organizational learning, knowledge inception, creative process and knowledge transformation.
Information focuses on organizing, analyzing, and retrieving data that deals with facts and figures. It is relevant data that has a purpose but does not in and of itself convey knowledge. Knowledge is more difficult to define.
Knowledge, Information, and Data are key words and also fundamental concepts in knowledge management, intellectual capital, and organizational learning. This paper includes the reasons for vagueness and confusion commonly associated with those key terms, proposed definitions of the key terms, and two models of their transformations and interactions.
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