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- 08/27/18--00:14: _Knowledge engagemen...
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- 10/12/18--05:51: _Chief Knowledge Off...
- 10/14/18--06:50: _Alternatives to Off...
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- 10/31/18--03:21: _Chief learning offi...
- 11/27/18--00:02: _Qualities of an Eff...
- 12/01/18--02:13: _Chief Knowledge Off...
- 08/27/18--00:14: Knowledge engagement specialists’ competencies
- 09/20/18--04:05: Knowledge Management Sponsor Characteristics
- 09/23/18--01:44: Knowledge Management PhD Programs, Supervisors & Examiners
- 10/05/18--04:21: Roles of librarians as knowledge professionals
- 10/12/18--05:51: Chief Knowledge Officer’s Raison d’Être
- 10/14/18--06:50: Alternatives to Officers and Chiefs of Knowledge
- 10/15/18--00:01: Part-time Rotating Chief Knowledge Officer
- 10/31/18--03:21: Chief learning officers build learning organizations
- 11/27/18--00:02: Qualities of an Effective Knowledge Manager
- 12/01/18--02:13: Chief Knowledge Officer (Team)’s Job
[hide for="!logged"]Abstract: Introduction. The role of library and information science professionals as knowledge facilitators is solidly grounded in the profession's theoretical foundations as much as connected with its social relevance. Knowledge science is presented in this paper as a convenient theoretical framework for this mission, and knowledge engagement services –knowledge brokering, knowledge readiness and knowledge
[hide for="!logged"]Abstract: I've been thinking recently about the role of sponsorship in enabling knowledge management, and it took me back to some Change Management principles which I learned from ChangeFirst, when I was responsible for Change Management as well as Knowledge Management at Centrica.The ChangeFirst model was based on Darryl Connor's "Managing at the speed
On its website the International Association for Knowledge Management (IAKM) is providing a Section "PhD in KM" (Knowledge Management). On three seperate pages you can find information about PhD Programs in Knowledge Management and related fields, PhD Supervisors in Knowledge Management and related fields, and PhD Examiners/Reviewers
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[hide for="!logged"]Abstract: Knowledge and Knowledge Management have emerged as a current 'hot issue' for many organizations. This paper starts by exploring the definition of knowledge and knowledge management. It then considers the partnership for knowledge management, and especially how librarians as knowledge professionals, users, and technology experts can contribute to effective knowledge management. It is
[hide for="!logged"]Abstract: The three cases in this chapter were selected for illustration and discussion about the key roles and accountabilities of the CKO. All names, dates, places and organizations have been disguised at the request of the authors and/or organizations. Each case is presented from both a practitioner's and academic's perspective. Our main content ion
[hide for="!logged"]Abstract: In October 2001, I submitted a paper titled “Musings on Corporate Myths – CKO and Knowledge-Sharing in the World of Real Business” (Berner, 2001). In the paper I argued that the role of Chief Knowledge Officer CKO was “inimical” and that its creation did not suit the current organizational culture and politics in
[hide for="!logged"]Abstract: I had to write a report today, a longish process. As a part of that I was looking at the organisation of the knowledge management function in an organisation. I was aware that one of the larger consultancies had produced the normal boiler plate report with the usual stuff about strategic focus, appoint
[hide for="!logged"]Abstract: Purpose: This study aims to identify how and why chief learning officers (CLOs) build the learning organization. The study was undertaken in the conceptual framework of leadership and change by using the lens of the Marquardt Systems Model. Design/methodology/approach: This exploratory study used semi-structured interviews with 20 participants. The purpose
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[hide for="!logged"]Abstract: When introducing knowledge management (km) strategy to an organisation, overcoming hurdles and helping people understand km is just the first step. What are the other key qualities of an effective Knowledge Manager? With the help of our km guru, Paul Whiffen, we explore some common km challenges and 7
[hide for="!logged"]Abstract: At the highest level, Chief Knowledge Officer job, or CKO job, includes managing the processes, practices and technical specifications for the capture, retention and use/reuse of an organization’s knowledge. Many organizations infuse knowledge management into content creation and collaboration, distributing Chief Knowledge Officer job through content leaders, marketing, and line-of-business