Certificate In Knowledge Management

£149.00

The Encarta Dictionary defines knowledge management as the organization of intellectual resources and information systems within a business environment. Sounds pretty simple, right? Take a moment, though, and think about all the information that each person has in their brain. That’s a lot of knowledge!

The Knowledge Management course will give you the tools that you will need to begin implementing knowledge management in your organization, no matter what the size of the company or the budget. Wherever there are humans working together for one goal, there is knowledge to be harvested, stored, and dispensed as needed.

The Encarta Dictionary defines knowledge management as the organization of intellectual resources and information systems within a business environment. Sounds pretty simple, right? Take a moment, though, and think about all the information that each person has in their brain. That’s a lot of knowledge!

The Knowledge Management course will give you the tools that you will need to begin implementing knowledge management in your organization, no matter what the size of the company or the budget. Wherever there are humans working together for one goal, there is knowledge to be harvested, stored, and dispensed as needed.

Only 6 to 8 hours of study is required per course.

What’s Included?

Wiki_tick  Unlimited  lifetime access
Wiki_tick  Access anywhere, any time
Wiki_tick  Fast effective training, written and designed by industry experts
Wiki_tick  Track your progress with our Learning Management System
Wiki_tick  Unlimited support
Wiki_tick  Save money, time and travel costs
Wiki_tick  Learn at your own pace and leisure
Wiki_tick  Easier to retain knowledge and revise topics than traditional methods
Wiki_tick  Exam preparation quizzes, tests and mock exams to ensure that you are 100% ready

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Modules

Only 6 to 8 hours of study is required per course.

Module One – Getting Started

Module Two – Understanding Knowledge Management

What is knowledge?
What is knowledge management?
A brief history
Applications in the workplace

Module Three – Dos and Dont’s

Data, information and knowledge
The tactic mode
The explicit mode
Identifying conversation categories

Module Four -The Knowledge Management Life Cycle

Understanding episodes
Acquistion
Knowledge
Integration

Module Five – The New Knowledge Management Paradigm

Paradigms of the past
The new paradigm
Implications and applications
The knowledge management endgame

Module Six – Knowledge Management Models

The nNnaka and Takeuchi Model (SECI)
Wiig Model
Kakabadse Model
Boisot Model

Module Seven – Building a Knowledge Management Rationale

Why rationale is necessary
Building a business case
Finding success stories
The Commoditization / Customization Model

Module Eight – Customising Knowledge Management Definitions

Components of a knowledge management definition
Customising the components
Sample definitions
Creating KMBOK

Module Nine – Implementing Knowledge Management in your Organisation

Gathering support
Identifying opportunities for revenue streams
Key knowledge management techniques
A map for success
The no-budget scenario

Module Ten – Tips for Success

About the chief knowledge officer
Knowledge management skill checklist
The knowledge management imperative
The hype curve
Barriers and helpers to success

Module Eleven – Advance Topics

The knowledge management maturity model
Absorptive capacity
Rustiness
Process model types

Module Twelve – Wrapping Up

Words from the Wise:

JOHN PLAMENATZ – The store of wisdom does not consist of hard coins, which keep their shape as they pass from hand to hand; it consists of ideas and doctrines whose meanings change with the minds that entertain them.

LEIF EDVINSSON – Of central importance is the changing nature of competitive advantage – not based on marker position, size and power as in times past, but on the incorporation of knowledge into all of an organisation’s activities.

BARUCH LEV – Innovations are created primarily by investment in intangibles. When such investments are commercially successful, and are protected by patents or first-mover advantages, they are transformed into tangible assets creating corporate value and growth.

System Requirements

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

Microsoft Windows XP, or later
Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS:

OSX/iOS 6 or later
Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems:

Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities (We recommend Google Chrome)