Tsivasankaran
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Binubabu
Hr Professional
Moditoo
Master Student Of Technology Management
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im doing my master's dissertation in emphasizing the HRM aspects in the knowledge management system ..
i do think that human resource management importance is been aware of in a knowledge management system but its still been neglected ..
im working on proven that .. so if u do agree with me and u do have any kind of resource ( academic ones ) pls let me know .. and if u do disagree then ur replies would be of a great help by explaining why dont u think so ..
thanks for your cooperation and this is my first posted item :) i hope i will be able to give n get help whenever its required
26th January 2008 From Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur
Hi, Welcome to cite hr.
You may please click the following link to get more about "Knowledge Management".
https://www.citehr.com/download-list...dge+management
Thanks and regards
Binu
26th January 2008 From India, Thiruvananthapuram
Here You Go,,,,

Knowledge Management—Emerging Perspectives

Yes, knowledge management is the hottest subject of the day. The question is: what is this activity called knowledge management, and why is it so important to each and every one of us? The following writings, articles, and links offer some emerging perspectives in response to these questions. As you read on, you can determine whether it all makes any sense or not.

More on above in below link,,,

http://www.systems-thinking.org/kmgmt/kmgmt.htm

Knowledge Management ('KM') comprises a range of practices used by organisations to identify, create, represent, and distribute knowledge. It has been an established discipline since 1995 [1] with a body of university courses and both professional and academic journals dedicated to it. Most large companies have resources dedicated to Knowledge Management, often as a part of 'Information Technology' or 'Human Resource Management' departments, and sometimes reporting directly to the head of the organisation. As effectively managing information is a must in any business, and knowledge and information are intertwined, Knowledge Management is a multi-billion dollar world wide market.

Knowledge Management programs are typically tied to organisational objectives and are intended to achieve specific outcomes; these can include improved performance, competitive advantage innovation, lessons learnt transfer (for example between projects) and the general development of collaborative practices.

More on above in below link,,,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Knowledge_management

Knowledge is a tool to achieve strategic objectives of any organization. Why we should manage our or organization's knowledge? Having a powerful intranet with a KM portal and discussion board is not all about KM. Why we should promote Knowledge Management in our organization? What Return on Investment we will expect from a KM program? To know all these we must understand what is Knowledge Management. To identify or define knowledge management we must answer three questions.

1. What is the knowledge in the context of the organization?

2. What are the strategic objectives of the organization?

3. What is required to be done to facilitate learning, innovation and sharing to achieve the above objectives?

More on above in below link,,,

http://www.allkm.com/km_system/defin...management.php

Developing a knowledge management strategy

Organisations are facing ever-increasing challenges, brought on by marketplace pressures or the nature of the workplace.

Many organisations are now looking to knowledge management (KM) to address these challenges. Such initiatives are often started with the development of a knowledge management strategy.

To be successful, a KM strategy must do more than just outline high-level goals such as 'become a knowledge-enabled organisation'.

Instead, the strategy must identify the key needs and issues within the organisation, and provide a framework for addressing these.

This article provides an approach for developing a KM strategy that focuses strongly on an initial needs analysis.

Taking this approach ensures that any activities and initiatives are firmly grounded in the real needs and challenges confronting the organisation

More on above in below link,,,

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26th January 2008 From India, Coimbatore

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Dear Binu, M. Peer and Siva,
thanks alot for passing by and droppin the valuable comments ..
i will make sure i go through all of them and get back with any further questions that i might have , i was wondering if posting another question should be separately or as a comment if it was based on the first one ?
god bless,
Mohammed Al-Amoodi
27th January 2008 From Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur
Hi You can post your question here itself if it concerens knowledge management that is related subject If the subject is different then I suggest that you post a separate question Siva
27th January 2008 From India, Chennai
i have been reading the links and the slides which have been uploaded .. once again i wanna thank u all for this valuable information ...
i found lots of useful information but im afraid its too big scope now for me... im more interested at the moment in understanding the role of HRM in the KMS.
lots of people still argue that the knowledge management systems are immature yet or not providing the expected outcomes from it
i wanted to know what are the reasons for KMS failure from the HRM perspectives ?
and is there any case studies which mentions the HRM as key factor of a success for the KMS or neglecting it as facts for the failure ?
27th January 2008 From Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur
thanks siva for the ppt. because i get a very good gift from you as this insight and i does not take anything free so i am paying you by the return gift by sending you a link where there are 40 pages of wisdom is spread. where you find hundreds of ebooks, audio books, interviews and articles on the motivational subject, Humam Resources subject and financial subject. do not just stop at page no. 1 on successories just go beyond page 1 and see the other 39 pages where you can choose your motivational, HR and fianancial stuff according to you choice and download the material on the spot.
the link is here https://www.citehr.com/138888-free-m...-download.html.
and once again thanks for your insight.
bye,
janet smith
13th October 2009 From India, Madras
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