Knowledge Management Process The Organization

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Introduction

The process of collecting, transferring, storing and making information useful is also known as knowledge management. In this, the organization is enabled to grow, adapt to changes and meet customer demands. The information age has a most certain influence on how the organization manages knowledge. This is true of whether that knowledge is unique to the organization, or shared to external organizations. Today there are various ways to collect and compile data and turn that data into useful information; however, without the use of knowledge management, then data, information, and knowledge is lost or misused. Through the knowledge management process the organization has the ability to learn as an organization. This is extremely important because even if an organization’s personnel grows in knowledge this pertains to the growth of that individual and does not immediately affect the overall organization. If the organization is considered to be an ecology of some type then how does this impact the knowledge management process? In considering information as an ecology, the following report will examine whether this is an accurate or noteworthy consideration, as well as, shed light on what are the keystone species of such a system of operation. Keywords: keystone species, knowledge management

Information Keystone Species

If there is some kind of generic keystone species for information ecologies it would have to be in the form of the people behind the…
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