Knowledge management emerged from the convergence of globalisation and the nexus of organisational and technological change; the developments have resulted in fundamental changes both to economies and organisations.
Central to such changes is recognising knowledge as the most valuable resource available to organisations and as the most likely source of competitive advantage.
• Module I – Consist of 6 classroom-based sessions
• Module II – An educational tour of the national archives centre, headquarters.
- Knowledge management in organisations
- The knowledge management paradigm and life cycle
- Knowledge management models
- Building knowledge management rational
- Vision and search within and outside your organisation
- Generation, acquisition and capture for your organisation
- Application/ implementation of KM in your organisation
- Examine the various human, organisational and technological components that together combine to produce knowledge management
- Demonstrate a broad, critical and practical understanding of knowledge management theories and practices in the real world
- Develop an informed practice by understanding the ethical and legal implications in
- Reflect upon different knowledge management paradigms and their value
- Design and facilitate a smooth transition of knowledge