Knowledge Management Definition. Based on the discussion in the previous section, my knowledge management definition is as follows: Knowledge management is the systematic management of an organization's knowledge assets for the purpose of creating value and meeting tactical & strategic requirements; it consists of the initiatives, processes, strategies, and systems that sustain and enhance the storage, assessment, sharing, refinement, and creation of knowledge.
Knowledge management (KM) therefore implies a strong tie to organizational goals and strategy, and it involves the management of knowledge that is useful for some purpose and which creates value for the organization. Expanding upon the previous knowledge management definition, KM involves the understanding of: From this knowledge management definition we can see that it depends upon the management of the organization's knowledge creation and conversion mechanisms; organizational memory and retrieval facilities; organizational learning; and organizational culture. Km an overview. CyTA. Autor: Ramón Sanguino Galván “ La riqueza de un pueblo no es la del suelo, sino la del cerebro” Emilio Lledó En la presente lección se pretende analizar la importancia de las nuevas técnicas de gestión del conocimiento como recursos estratégico.
Se pretender aclarar los conceptos relacionados con esta nueva área de estudio para los investigadores, y comprender las tendencias y los modelos que están surgiendo a nivel mundial. What is KM? Knowledge Management Explained. Knowledge Management, (KM) is a concept and a term that arose approximately two decades ago, roughly in 1990.
Quite simply one might say that it means organizing an organization's information and knowledge holistically, but that sounds a bit wooly, and surprisingly enough, even though it sounds overbroad, it is not the whole picture. Very early on in the KM movement, Davenport (1994) offered the still widely quoted definition: "Knowledge management is the process of capturing, distributing, and effectively using knowledge. " This definition has the virtue of being simple, stark, and to the point. A few years later, the Gartner Group created another second definition of KM, which is perhaps the most frequently cited one (Duhon, 1998): What is KM? Knowledge Management Explained. KM dissent2. What Is Knowledge Management.
In this portion of the Knowledge Management Forum we have provided a summaries of various descriptions of knowledge management.
Authors were encouraged to include links to more complete remarks or to referenced works. The contents of this page were last updated March 31, 1996. Intelligent Decision Technologies: Proceedings of the 5th KES International ... - R. Neves-Silva. AAMJ%209 1 3. Knowledge Management Foundations. Knowledge-based Strategy. Article for Journal of Intellectual Capital vol 2, Nr4.
Journal of Intellectual Capital Highly Commended Paper Award for 2001. Internet version Karl-Erik Sveiby 2001 www.sveiby.com email@example.com (wordcount 5,393) In the last two decades of the 20th century a resource-based theory of the firm (Hamel G. & Prahalad C.K, 1990), (Blackler, 1995), (Wernerfelt, 1995) has received attention as an alternative to the traditional product-based or competitive advantage (, 1980) view. (Venzin, Krogh&Roos,1998) make a distinction between three epistemologies that may guide practice and research under an epistemological perspective: the cognitivist, (represented by 1982), the connectionist represented by (Zander & Kogut, 1995) and the autopoietic introduced by (Maturana & Varela, 1980).
According to the connectionist epistemology the organisation still "represents" its outside world, but the process of representation of reality is different. A Knowledge-Based Theory for Strategy Formulation. KM Concept: Characteristics of Knowledge. When we talk of managing knowledge, what are we really managing?
A strict definition of knowledge might imply we are managing only that in people's heads. But that suggests that knowledge management is an oxymoron (see this article). However, our broader definition includes all levels of the knowledge hierarchy, including explicit knowledge or information. Information vs. Knowledge Let's first consider some distinctions between explicit and tacit knowledge So it is apparent that some differences in approach are needed according to the type of knowledge we are managing/ Characteristics We often talk of knowledge as an asset. Non-depleting: unlike other resources that are managed because of their scarcity value, the more knowledge is used, the more is generated; we all know about 'information overload'! Naturally, some of these characteristics are more evident with explicit knowledge, e.g. ease of transfer and mobility.
Gestión documental en las organizaciones - Patricia Russo Gallo. Document management system. A document management system (DMS) is a computer system (or set of computer programs) used to track and store electronic documents.
It is usually also capable of keeping track of the different versions modified by different users (history tracking). The term has some overlap with the concepts of content management systems. It is often viewed as a component of enterprise content management (ECM) systems and related to digital asset management, document imaging, workflow systems and records management systems. History Beginning in the 1980s, a number of vendors began developing software systems to manage paper-based documents.
Later developers began to write a second type of system which could manage electronic documents, i.e., all those documents, or files, created on computers, and often stored on users' local file-systems. Gestión documental. La gestión documental es el conjunto de normas técnicas y prácticas usadas para administrar el flujo de documentos de todo tipo en una organización, permitir la recuperación de información desde ellos, determinar el tiempo que los documentos deben guardarse, eliminar los que ya no sirven y asegurar la conservación indefinida de los documentos más valiosos, aplicando principios de racionalización y economía.
Es una actividad casi tan antigua como la escritura, que nació debido a la necesidad de "documentar" o fijar actos administrativos y transacciones legales y comerciales por escrito para dar fe de los hechos. Este tipo de documentos se plasmaron sucesivamente en tablillas de arcilla, hojas de papiro, pergaminos y papel, cuya gestión se fue haciendo cada vez más compleja a medida que crecía el tamaño de los fondos documentales. Desarrollo de la gestión documental[editar] Diferencias de terminología entre el inglés y el español[editar] Flujo del Sistema de Gestión Documental[editar] Qué es un sistema de gestión documental. Mayo 1993 Qué es un sistema de gestión documental Por Lluís Codina.