Knowledge Management Principles

Benjamin Franklin
Knowledge Management Principles
Knowledge Management is often treated as a very complex and arcane topic. There is perhaps a great deal of complexity that disguises what should be a fairly straightforward set of principles. While technology will continue to advance and push the boundaries of what can be accomplished with knowledge management, the principles will stay relatively constant. Below is what I think are the bedrock Knowledge Management Principles:
  • Knowledge Management is not a separate function
  • Knowledge Management must support the organization's strategy, processes, and execution
  • Knowledge sharing must be ingrained in the organization's culture
  • If Knowledge Management doesn't help users to do their jobs better and make effective decisions based on accurate situational awareness it is a waste of time and resources

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