How To Improve Knowledge Management
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How To Improve Knowledge Management

Lear How to implement knowledge management in your organization, no matter what the size of the company or the budget
3.5 (1 rating)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
14 students enrolled
Created by Adam Karsh
Last updated 2/2017
English
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Includes:
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • 30 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Define and explain the concept of knowledge management
  • Know the best practices of Knowledge management
  • Understand the Knowledge management live cycle
  • Know the new Knkowledge management paradigm
  • Master the Knowledge management models
  • Learn how to create a Knowledge management rational for your organization
  • Learn how to customize Knowledge management definitions
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Requirements
  • Students need have a basic understanding of information systems within a business environment
Description

Knowledge management can be defined as the organization of intellectual resources and information systems within a business environment. As simple as this sounds, there is a lot that goes into effective and efficient knowledge management.

The terms knowledge and management very broad concepts when considered separately. When the two concepts are combined, it refers to the idea of organizing information in a way that leads to a competitive advantage for a company. While anyone would think that making use & controlling the knowledge of an organization is a smart thing to do, there are many who do not realize the value of knowledge management. They may consider it as a waste of time and resources. This is also the case other disciplines such as project management. Many see planning and assessing risk as time consuming. Consequently, they do not support initiatives that lead to change. In all honesty, change is the real issue.

This course will give participants the tools to present the concept of knowledge management to your company's board of directors and senior management in the most productive way in order to gain the right support for it. The more information you can share with your management team about knowledge management the more likely they are in accepting it. This online training goes through the principles, history, and application of knowledge management in a business environment. 

The Knowledge Management Udemy training will give you all the necessary tools to help you implement knowledge management in your company, regardless of the size of the organization or the budget. Wherever there are people working as a team for a shared goal, there is knowledge to be managed, stored, and distributed as required.


Who is the target audience?
  • This course is ideal for professionals responsible for the organization of intellectual resources and information systems within a business environment.
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Curriculum For This Course
23 Lectures
01:15:12
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First Things First
23 Lectures 01:15:12


  • Workshop Objectives
Preview 02:13

  • What is Knowledge
  • What is Knowledge Management
  • A Brief History
  • Applications in the Workplace
Preview 05:59


  • Data, Information, and Knowledge
  • The Tacit Mode
Best Practices of Knowledge Management
05:17

Module 3 case study
00:36

  • Understanding Episodes
  • Acquisition
  • Knowledge
  • Integration
The Life Cycle of A Typical Knowledge Management Process
06:10

Module 4 case study
00:34

  • Paradigms of the Past
  • The New Paradigm
  • Implications and Applications
  • The Knowledge Management Endgame
The New KM Paradigm
06:07

Module 5 case study
00:37

  • The Nonaka and Takeuchi Model (SECI)
  • Wiig Model
  • Kakabadse Model
  • Boisot Model
Main Models of Knowledge Management
06:34

Module 6 case study
00:40

  • Why Rationale is Necessary
  • Building a Business Case
  • Finding Success Stories
  • The Commodization/Customization Model


Creating A Knowledge Management Rationale
06:24

Module 7 case study
00:32

  • Components of a Knowledge Management Definition
  • Customizing the Components
  • Creating a KMBOK
Customizing Definitions
06:24

Module 8 case study
00:38

  • Gathering Support
  • Identifying Opportunities for Revenue Streams
  • Key Knowledge Management Techniques
  • A Map for Success
  • The No-Budget Scenario
Implementing Knowledge Management in Your Company
09:50

Module 9 case study
00:38

  • About the Chief Knowledge Officer
  • Knowledge Management Skill Checklist
  • The Knowledge Management Imperative
  • The Hype Curve
  • Barriers and Helpers to Success
Tips for a Successful Knowledge Management Process
06:45

Module 10 case study
00:38

  • The Knowledge Management Maturity Model
  • Absorptive Capacity
  • Rustiness
  • Process Model Types
Advanced Knowledge Management Concepts
03:49

Module 11 case study
00:35

Words from the Wise

Lessons Learned

  • Wrap Up
    01:07
    About the Instructor
    Adam Karsh
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    Qualified Psychologist | Personal Development Coach

    Adam Karsh is a qualified psychologist. Before he changed career to psychology and personal development Adam worked for 10 years training and coaching employees in some of the largest global financial institutions in the world. His mission is to deliver maximum learning value to students interested in improving or acquiring key soft skills such as communication, leadership, management, productivity, emotional intelligence, well-being, problem solving, creativity, conflict resolution and other intangible skills.