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The Case For KM

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Poetic Praise for KM

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The Case For KM

  1. 1. The Case for KM Poetic praise for Knowledge Management (KM) © Nirmala Palaniappan, nirmala (dot) pal (at) gmail (dot) com http://nirmala-km.blogspot.com By Nirmala Palaniappan
  2. 2. Organizations add to the revenue they earn, When they provide an environment for their employees to learn ! http://www.internettime.com/images/forman1.gif
  3. 3. Decisions that have the greatest edge, Are those that are made with the backing of collective knowledge !
  4. 4. Learning from the organization’s past … Makes progress a lot more easy and fast! *After Action Reviews, Lessons Learned
  5. 5. Capturing those seemingly simple thoughts , Sows the seed for many idea pots! *Blogs, Discussion Forums
  6. 6. Circulation of knowledge in the organization… Is a key factor in new knowledge creation ! *Repositories, Expertise Utilization
  7. 7. Working together to pool all perspectives is cool! Because what else could be a better innovation tool?
  8. 8. The simple practices of documentation, mentoring and teaching , For spreading the light of knowledge, can be far-reaching!
  9. 9. The obvious practice of best practice transfer … Can make organizational performance look simpler! http://www.state.sc.us/dmh/best_practices/assets/hierarchy_of_bp.gif
  10. 10. The routine act of knowledge sharing , Can be made fascinating through storytelling !
  11. 11. Well-designed portals and workspaces are a great melting pot of knowledge… For the challenge of information-glut, there is perhaps no better hedge!
  12. 12. But the bedrock of KM lies in listening, questioning and learning , And people practices that promote an attitude of win-win !  
  13. 13. In summary, knowledge-oriented business management is KM , And, in the long-run, the lack of a knowledge perspective is asking for mayhem! This, folks, is the long and short of the case for KM!
  14. 14. KM Begins Here… By Nirmala Palaniappan © Nirmala Palaniappan, nirmala (dot) pal (at) gmail (dot) com http://nirmala-km.blogspot.com Note: Images have been borrowed from Google Image search results. In case of models and frameworks, the source URL has been provided at the bottom of the slide

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