Knowledge Management Standard ISO 30401 Being an Information and Knowledge Management practitioner I received an email regarding ISO Standard for Knowledge Management and available for public feedback in the last month of 2017.
I did desk research along with literature review and summarize my opinion as it is more management oriented ,whereas epistemology of KM is broad it cover all aspect of information optimisation –behaviour,archive,record,content,technology,practice,learned lesson etc. . Therefore it is childish step to restrict KM only management perspective
1. What is Current Scenario? Prior to 2015 there was three predominately KM Standards; there was British Standard Institute Guide for KM since 2001, an Australian standard for KM published in 2005, and an Israeli standard published in 2013.
International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001: 2015 quality management systems places an obligation on organizations to consider the role of organizational knowledge as a re…
Knowledge Management for an Organisation Organisation oAn organisation is a structure
or machinery manned by group of individuals who are working together towards a
common goal. oCharacteristics oOrganisation as a Process oOrganisation as a Framework of
Relationship oOrganisation as a Group of
persons oOrganisation as a System Information and knowledge as essential
assets for any organization's Knowledge Management oThe purpose of Knowledge
Management is to deliver value to organization. The basic goal of knowledge
management is to harness the knowledge resources and knowledge capabilities of
the organization in order to enable the organization to learn and adapt to its
changing environment oKnowledge management is a
discipline that promotes an integrated approach to identifying, capturing,
evaluating, retrieving, and sharing all of an enterprise's information assets.
These assets may include databases, documents, policies, procedures, and
previously un-captured expertise and experi…
This Section aims to understand the various dimensions of KM and how they are being implemented in public sector organizations in India.
11th Administrative Reform Committee report says that Union and State Governments should take proactive measures for
establishing Knowledge Management systems as a pivotal step for
administrative reforms in general and e-Governance in particular.
Digital India Program envisions to ‘Transform India into a Digitally Empowered Society and Knowledge Economy’. To spearhead this vision, Knowledge Management Portal has been created to establish a culture where knowledge is captured, shared, created and reused. It provides a platform to leverage the transformation of data to knowledge by systematically aligning with the organizational goals and strategy.
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