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This presentation summarizes the discussions and thinking of 4 students in Sport Management about Knowledge Sharing in Sports Organization. It presents why developing and using an integrated web …

This presentation summarizes the discussions and thinking of 4 students in Sport Management about Knowledge Sharing in Sports Organization. It presents why developing and using an integrated web platform for sport events organizer could support knowledge and experience management and sharing.

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  • Good afternoon everyone, My name is Thierry Fontannaz and together with my MSA (*) colleagues Benoît Ammann, Tania Teoh and Murielle Willy we had the pleasure to spend a couple of hours thinking and discussing about knowledge management in sport organizations. To manage expectations we will not present an academic research project… … but rather the results of our thoughts and discussions and in particular a tool which we named ‘integrated web platform for sport events organizer’ and why we think that such a platform could support and facilitate KM and sharing. (*) Master of Advanced Studies in Sport Administration and Technology – International Academy of Sports Science and Technology, Lausanne, Switzerland (http://www.aists.org)
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    • 1. Knowledge Management: integrated web platform for sport events organizers May 8, 2009 - Lausanne MSA 2009 students: Murielle Willi Tania Teoh Benoît Ammann Thierry Fontannaz Presentation held during the “2009 INTERNATIONAL SPORTS MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE”, held in Lausanne, Switzerland - May 6-8, 2009
    • 2. What is knowledge ?
      • Knowledge is defined by the Oxford English Dictionary as (i) expertise , and skills acquired by a person through experience or education; the theoretical or practical understanding of a subject, (ii) what is known in a particular field or in total; facts and information or (iii) awareness or familiarity gained by experience of a fact or situation .
    • 3. What is knowledge ?
      • Knowledge is defined by the Oxford English Dictionary as (i) expertise , and skills acquired by a person through experience or education; the theoretical or practical understanding of a subject, (ii) what is known in a particular field or in total; facts and information or (iii) awareness or familiarity gained by experience of a fact or situation .
      expertise skills understanding facts information what is known awareness experience of a fact/situation
    • 4. What do the experts say ?
      • Explicit – Tacit ; Individual - Collective
      • Codified – Uncodified ; Concrete – Abstract ; Diffused – Undiffused
      • Data – Information – Knowledge – Wisdom
      • Artefacts – Skills – Heuristics – Experience – Natural talent
      [Nonaka & Tekeuchi: matrix of knowledge types] [Boisot: I-Space model] [Les Alberthal] [Snowden: knowledge types] “ Information is not knowledge.“ “ The only source of knowledge is experience.“ “ Imagination is more important than knowledge.“
    • 5. What do the experts say ?
      • Explicit – Tacit ; Individual - Collective
      • Codified – Uncodified ; Concrete – Abstract ; Diffused – Undiffused
      • Data – Information – Knowledge – Wisdom
      • Artefacts – Skills – Heuristics – Experience – Natural talent
      [Nonaka & Tekeuchi: matrix of knowledge types] [Boisot: I-Space model] [Les Alberthal] [Snowden: knowledge types] “ Information is not knowledge.“ “ The only source of knowledge is experience.“ “ Imagination is more important than knowledge.“ explicit knowledge tacit knowledge …
    • 6. Knowledge management process Identify / Capture Codify Store Diffuse [Furrer, Knowledge Transfer in Sports Events, 2009]
    • 7. How to make it happen… or not
      • « You must write your knowledge in a document / database… … you can decide the level of detail . It might be used by somebody in future. »
    • 8. How to make it happen… or not
      • « You must write your knowledge in a document / database… … you can decide the level of detail . It might be used by somebody in future. »
      • Key success factors for effective knowledge sharing:
        • Must be voluntary
        • Requires an audience
        • Ideally integrated with daily business/work
      [Wolf et al. – 2009]
    • 9. Technology + Sport = winning team ?
      • Sport
        • Similar management processes in different sports/events organizations not competing against each others
          • huge potential for collaboration if people come together
      • Technology
        • Capture
        • Code
        • Store
        • Diffuse
        • Bring people together
    • 10. Integrated Web Platform all-in-one web platform Knowledge Management (KM) + Event Management (EM) - integration of daily management - integration from the beginning - smaller time investment !!! Identify / Capture Codify Store Diffuse Event Management
    • 11.
      • Share knowledge through specific ‘online workshops’
      • Documents / Templates / Links / etc.
        • Case studies
        • Generic statutes, masterplan, budget, check lists, contracts, etc.
      • Blogs from experts
      • Discussion forums
      • FAQ – Ask the expert
      • RSS
      • COMMUNITY SECTION
      • EVENT PRIVATE SECTION
      • Manage the events and store information: masterplan / status reports
      • Documents storage: - Jobs/Positions descriptions - Minutes from meetings - Technical manuals - Org. Chart (staff list) - News
      • Access to all the previous event organizers ‘knowledge’ (= virtual observer)
      Clients : all sport events managers Clients: IFs, Independent sport events organizers Bring OC together Bring all the sport managers together profile
    • 12. Integrated web platform for events org. Track & Field Meeting Ice-Hockey World Champ. Football Tournament Sport Org. XYZ COMMUNITY SECTION
    • 13. Integrated web platform for events org. OC 2007 OC 2009 OC 20xx OC 2008 Event Organizer Sport Governing Body EVENT PRIVATE SECTION
    • 14. Integrated Web Platform
      • Services provided and issues:
      • Event Management Tools (for OC):
        • Masterplan related to each specific area (transportation, …)
        • Capture knowledge before, during and after event
        • Content: daily management processes to be updated by project managers or other key people of the OC
        • Secured access (login), only for current OC or next OC (= virtual observer)
        • Database of the last Event OC (past masterplans and docs)
        • Comparing with previous OC
      Help the Knowledge transfer between the OC within the same sport organisation / event
    • 15. Integrated web platform for events org.
      • Connecting people with people
      • Using web technologies to link documents with documents and people with documents
      • And make it part of daily business !
      Conclusion :
    • 16. References
      • Wikipedia
      • Nonaka & Tekeuchi. 1995
      • Boisot. 1998
      • Institute of Knowledge Transfer, http://www.ikt.org.uk/resources.aspx
      • Alberthal, Les. Remarks to the Financial Executives Institute . Dallas. 2005
      • Snowden
      • Furrer, Philippe. Knowledge Transfer in Sports Events . MSA presentation. 2009
      • Wolf, Happ, Rauhut. Enterprise 2.0 Knowledge Management – a revolution of knowledge. T Systems. 2009
    • 17. Contacts
      • MSA 2009 students
        • Tania Teoh [email_address]
        • Murielle Willi [email_address]
        • Benoît Ammann [email_address]
        • Thierry Fontannaz [email_address]

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