Definitions for "Knowledge Management"
the strategies and processes of identifying, capturing, and leveraging knowledge to enhance competitiveness (adapted from the American Productivity & Quality Center.) View records related to this term
The process of capturing, storing, transforming and dissemination information, knowledge and experiences of individual workers and groups within an organization and make that information, knowledge and experiences available to others in the organization in order to improve am organization's efficiency, responsiveness, competency and innovation.
A business process that formalizes management and leverage of a firm's intellectual assets. KM is an enterprise discipline that promotes a collaborative and integrative approach to the creation, capture, organization, access and use of information assets, including the tacit, uncaptured knowledge of people. [Go to source
Explicitly or implicitly affecting the processes an agent or collective of agents use to discover, create, use, change, transfer, store, or replace their internal and external validated rule sets.
KM is concerned with "delivering the information and data people need to be effective in their jobs". Well designed intranets therefore play a crucial role in KM.
Capability to diagnose knowledge based needs, and to provide resource to satisfy those needs.
Systems and processes that help people capture, find, share, and transfer knowledge so they can work more effectively.
BPM component that allows users to share tasks, content, documents, and notifications through knowledge communities.
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