Sharing Environments in Knowledge Management

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Dilip Khanal, CEO, Nepal
Knowledge management (KM) is a dynamic process. Information comes from various stakeholders but is often lost before something is done. If an organization offers a 'sharing environment', then some of such knowledge may be captured and could be beneficial for the organization. Depending upon the size of the organization, there are several knowledge sharing environments possible: - Regular meetings - Sharing retreats - Reporting - Social net for organizational stakeholders. Such network is technically possible and many companies have benefited from the transmission of knowledge beyond hierarchical boundary. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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  KK Verma, Director, India
 

Choosing Wisdom Domains when Establishing Knowledge Sharing Environments

All information can not be termed as knowledge. So when we're considering establishing knowledge sharing environments, we must be careful not to be willing to capture all the knowledge. What I have seen, in many organization is that quite often all trivial information is being gathered, while real knowledge is left outside.
We need real wise people with a clear understanding of knowledge who can gather information and create a wisdom domain, as part of knowledge management.

  Dilip Khanal, CEO, Nepal
 

Sharing Promotes Wisdom

@: knowledge management is just a tool to promote (...)

  KK Verma, Director, India
 

Processing of Information is a Work of Expert

I may agree with you when you say that wisdom come (...)

  Jaap de Jonge, Editor, Netherlands
 

Considering the Wisdom Domain Before Creating a Knowledge Sharing Environment

@: I agree with your first reaction. In fact, that (...)

  Dilip Khanal, CEO, Nepal
 

Creating a Knowledge Sharing Environment: Reward for Contribution

@: many reasons could exist for sharing knowledge. (...)

  Jaap de Jonge, Editor, Netherlands
 

Rewards and Awards for Contributors in Knowledge Sharing

Thanks for bringing that up, Dhilip, I agree with (...)

 
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