Managing Organisational Knowledge

Effective management of Organisational Knowledge
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Students will learn various forms of organisational knowledge. They will also acquire various knowledge management skills to enable them apply the knowledge obtained. In addition, learners will be equipped with skills to analyse and deal with their current and future state of knowledge management issues

Requirements

  • Computer
  • Internet connectivity
  • No experience required

Description

While the importance of knowledge in organisations is widely recognized, managers and workers tend to ignore various knowledge management processes. In this course, you will learn about these processes and how they should be institutionalized in systems and practices. Such process include conceptual understanding of knowledge management, knowledge generation, documentation, storage, sharing and utilization

Who this course is for:

  • Knowledge managers, Line Managers, Public sector Personnel, NGOs, Profit oriented organisations, All employees
  • Human Resource Managers
  • Records Specialists
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Researchers

Course content

1 section30 lectures1h 54m total length
  • Definitions
    00:27
  • Knowledge generation
    00:35
  • Lecture 2: What is organisational knowledge?
    05:03
  • What is explicit Knowledge?
    03:16
  • Lecture 4: Tacit Knowledge in organisations
    03:03
  • Lecture 5: Overview of Knowledge generation in firms
    02:08
  • Lecture 6: Creating Explicit Knowledge
    03:07
  • Lecture 7: Creating Tacit Knowledge in Organisations
    04:12
  • Lecture 8 IT Tools used in generating organisational Knowledge
    04:24
  • Lecture 9: Stakeholders in creating organisational Knowledge
    03:46
  • Lecture 10: Best Practices in Knowledge Creation
    04:41
  • Challenges facing knowledge generation and solutions
    06:34
  • Overview of Knowledge Documentation
    04:46
  • Knowledge Mapping in Organisation
    08:23
  • Capturing and documenting explicit knowledge
    03:17
  • Capturing Tacit Knowledge in Firms
    04:12
  • Challenges facing Knowledge documentation
    04:23
  • Knowledge Storage in Organisations
    02:52
  • Managing Knowledge Repositories
    03:35
  • Best Practices in Storing Explicit Knowledge
    07:35
  • Overview of Knowledge Sharing
    04:36
  • Knowledge sharing tools
    01:58
  • Factors Favouring Knowledge sharing
    02:58
  • Sharing Tacit knowledge in Organisations
    03:20
  • Knowledge sharing challenges
    03:32
  • Strategies for Knowledge Sharing
    02:40
  • Utilising Knowledge in organisations
    03:53
  • Importance of Knowledge utilisation in firms
    03:24
  • Factors influencing knowledge utilisation
    04:01
  • Challenges facing knowledge utilisation and solutions
    03:24

Instructor

Academic Registrar at Law Development Centre
Everest Turyahikayo
  • 4.3 Instructor Rating
  • 8 Reviews
  • 924 Students
  • 1 Course

I hold a PhD in Knowledge management. Over the years, I have held leadership positions in government and the private sector including lecturing, research and publications. I have participated in nurturing talent through skills development of young and senior managers. I have created and shared expert knowledge through pedagogy training in areas such as management consulting, Leadership, HR, Knowledge management, scholarly writing and research.