Learning Goal: I’m working on a management discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
|Q1: Interactive activity
3.1 Learning Outcomes:
Describe how valuable individual, group and organizational knowledge is managed throughout the knowledge management cycle.
3.2 Action Required:
Access the following link and read about Meyer and Zack Knowledge management cycle given on page number 3 and 4.
3.3 Test your Knowledge (Question):
Q. Briefly describe the Meyer and Zack knowledge management cycle.
|Q2: Interactive activity
4.1 Learning Outcomes:
Define the different Knowledge types and explain how they are addressed by knowledge management in different business environments.
4.2 Action Required:
Click on the following link to watch a short video. Listen to the video carefully to understand the concepts highlighted.
4.3 Test your Knowledge (Question):
Q. Write a brief paragraph based on your understanding about the concepts highlighted in video.
|Q3: Interactive activity
5.1 Learning Outcomes:
Recognize the overall knowledge management processes, concepts, goals and strategies within the context of organization.
Demonstrate effective knowledge management skills to utilise knowledge management tools for the benefits of the organization.
5.2 Action Required:
Click on the following link to watch a short video related to Peter Senge’s concept of learning organization.
5.3 Test your Knowledge (Question):
Q. Discuss the concept of learning organization as given by Peter Senge. What are the five important disciplines necessary for a true learning organization.
|Q4: Interactive activity
Identify and analyse role of communities of practice in knowledge management and the challenges and issues pertaining to community of practice.
6.2 Action Required:
Click on the following link to read about communities of practice, how they support the organization and different types of communities.
6.3 Test your Knowledge (Question):
Q. How communities of practice support organizations? Which type of community is best for the organization you work in?