Sunday, November 22, 2009

Primary and Secondary Activities of KM

Primary activities: These are the Knowledge manipulation activities
Knowledge Acquisition - Acquiring knowledge from external sources and making it suitable for subsequent use

Knowledge Selection - Selecting need knowledge from internal sources and making it suitable for subsequent use.

Knowledge Generation - Producing knowledge by either discovery or derivation from existing knowledge

Knowledge Assimilation - Altering the state of an organisation's knowledge resources by distributing and storing acquired, selected or generated knowledge

Knowledge Emission - Embedding knowledge into organisational outputs for release into the environment

Secondary Activities:These are the four managerial influences
Knowledge Leadership
- Establishing conditions that enable and facilitate fruitful conduct of KM

Knowledge Coordination - Managing dependencies among KM activities to ensure that proper processes and resources are brought to bear adequately at appropriate times

Knowledge Control - Ensuring that needed knowledge processors and resources are available in sufficient quantity and quality, subject to security requirements

Knowledge Measurement - Accessing values of knowledge resources, knowledge processors, and their deployment

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