KCKM: Knowledge Capture and Knowledge Management
Knowledge management makes it possible to capture, store, share and utilize the knowledge and experience of an organization or individuals. This includes capturing tacit knowledge that resides in peoples heads, and packaging it for sharing. Learn about the different types of knowledge and how knowledge management is implemented to provide evidence for improvement.
Grow professionals who become advocates for effective knowledge capture and sharing while fostering an enabling environment within organisations that encourages knowledge sharing. Learners should also be able to conduct a knowledge management assessment of their organisations and individuals, applying knowledge sharing tools and techniques in practice. They should also be able to develop a knowledge management strategy to institutionalise KM practices within any organization.
Course Duration: 2 months (four hours a day, three days a week)
Targeted market: Communications practitioners and information officers, researchers
|KCKM: Pure KM tools and supporting practices||FREE||02:00:00|
|KCKM: Key Fundamentals in Knowledge capture and Knowledge Management||FREE||03:00:00|
|KCKM: Understanding context and taking stock||FREE||02:00:00|
|KCKM: Key steps in knowledge capture and management||FREE||03:30:00|
|KCKM: How to effectively share your knowledge||FREE||04:30:00|
|Creating a knowledge sharing culture in your organization|
|KCKM: KM best practices||FREE||03:00:00|
|KCKM: Developing a Knowledge management strategy||FREE||04:00:00|
|Although culture eats strategy for breakfast, defining a strategy is a requirement for implementing a successful knowledge management (KM) program|
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