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Special Report on

Organizational Learning and Knowledge Management

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2. J.-C. Spender (1996), ‘Organizational Knowledge, Learning and Memory: Three Concepts in Search of a Theory’ 3. James B. Thomas, Stephanie Watts Sussman and John C. Henderson (2001), ‘Understanding “Strategic Learning”: Linking Organizational Learning, Knowledge Management, and Sensemaking’ PART II LEARNING ORGANIZATIONS 4. Michael E. McGill, John W. Slocum, Jr. and David Lei (1992), ‘Management Practices in Learning Organizations’ 5. Bernard L. Simonin (1997), ‘The Importance of Collaborative Know-How: An Empirical Test of the Learning Organization’ 6. Eric W.K. ...
comprises a range of strategies and practices used in an organization to identify, create, represent, distribute, and enable adoption of insights and experiences . Such insights and experiences comprise knowledge , either embodied in individuals or embedded in organizational processes or practice. An established discipline since 1991 (see Nonaka 1991 ), KM includes courses taught in the fields of business administration , information systems , management , and library and information sciences . More recently, other fields have started contributing to KM research; these include information and media, computer science , public health
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Knowledge repository is defined as online computer-based storehouse of expertise, knowledge, experience and documentation about a particular domain of expertise. In creating a knowledge repository, knowledge is collected, summarized, and integrated across sources. (Liebowitz and Beckman, 1998) The key features of an effective knowledge repository which are link users and core knowledge single point of entry codify explicit knowledge in a logical manner direct the user to enabling sources vehicle for contributing new knowledge provide personalized knowledge services Knowledge mapping can improve recall and precision by providing ... market research, surveys and trends
Inter-organizational learning and competence development: Web 2.0 ...
This symposium provides a unique opportunity to come into touch, discuss with peers and experience firsthand the impact of Web 2.0 concepts and trends in the area of organizational learning and knowledge management. Contributions include experiences and insights from innovative Web 2.0 enhanced learning within large corporations, in inter-organizational contexts and in broader learning networks. This 1� day event will feature top-level plenary presentations, panels, discussions, workshops and direct experiences with Web 2.0 collaborative platforms illustrating the extensive use of videos and new ways to navigate through social ... market research, surveys and trends

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ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT

6.5. Integrating Goals and Objectives with Corporate Social ...
See how corporate social responsibility, like other goals and objectives, can be incorporated using the Balanced Scorecard. Understand that corporate social responsibility, like any other goal and objective, helps the firm only when aligned with its strategy, vision, and mission. One of the overarching lessons of this chapter is that goals and objectives are only effective to the extent that they reinforce the organization’s strategy and therefore the realization of its vision and mission. This section is somewhat integrative in that it provides knowledge about the ways that goals and objectives related to social and ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Enter the Chief Knowledge Officer | Training & Development | Find ...
Have you ever spent weeks working for a solution, only to discover that the same problem has been solved elsewhere in your organization? Or perhaps your search for vital information is frustrated when you learn that the most expert employee on the topic left the company last year. Or maybe your HR department is searching for ways to better align their databases of employees' skills with internal job vacancies. Those are just three examples of the wake-up call in organizations to manage their knowledge resources and knowledge workers better. We're well into the knowledge era, in which there's an explosion of easy ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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If Only BP Knew Now What it Knew Then
that the Gulf oil spill "has come out of nowhere" for the company. Maybe not. Perhaps it was coming for quite a while. In the mid-nineties BP was all the rage in management circles, in part because it was one of the very first firms to take the notion of " knowledge management " seriously. John Browne, its then-new managing director, was a very smart and experienced executive who seemed to "get" knowledge. We had interviewed him for a project and found him both enthusiastic and alert about what changes might allow his people to make better decisions based on insight and experience BP had already ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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From Organizational Learning to Knowledge Management
Both the literature on organizational learning and knowledge management has been growing over the past years. While organizational learning primarily aims ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Collaborative Knowledge Management, Social Networks, and ...
Knowledge management and organizational learning are related. The management of knowledge includes creation and sharing of knowledge, which is a constituent ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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How do knowledge management and organizational learning relate .... driver, organizational learning and knowledge management are examples, ...
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What would be, according to you, the link and linkages between ...
Organizational Development (6), Change Management (3), Career Management (3), Staffing and Recruiting (2), Ethics (2), Using LinkedIn (2), Job Search (1), Mentoring (1), Corporate Governance (1), Labor Relations (1), Planning (1), Quality Management and Standards (1) Hmmm...interesting one :) I define "organizational learning" as the ability of an organization to develop knowledge and grow as a part of it (which means that a lot of the knowledge is in the mind of individual people) and "knowledge management" as the ability of transitioning from having knowledge in the heads of people to having knowledge in the organization (so ...
Hiring Employees: Management, what is knowledge management, what ...
1) Define professionalisam and state the differences between profession and occupation. Describe the steps being taken to make HRD as a profession in your organization or any organization you are familiar with. Briefly describe the organization you are referring to. 2) Explain how HRD is being used for health and family welfare programmes in your area or any area you are aware of. Discuss the importance of developing the competencies of field workers in social and family welfare programmes. 3) What is knowledge management? How knowledge management has been useful to the HRD personnel, explain with the help of examples from the ...