Case Module 1 - Lynnette k. Bryant ITM 301 Principles of...

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Lynnette k. Bryant ITM 301 Principles of Information System in Business and Organization CASE (Module 1) - Data, Information and Knowledge 18 January 2011 How data, information and knowledge are related to the concept of knowledge management (KM)? How are they different (please define each one: data, information, knowledge and KM)? What are the potential benefits of knowledge management projects? What strategies should companies follow to achieve positive results in KM projects? Let’s start by asking the question what is Knowledge Management? Knowledge Management is being defined as the combination of organizational culture, strategic goals, individual needs and the expertise of its people to create an atmosphere of learning and growth, philosophically, knowledge management must be a vital part of corporate principles and individual jobs for knowledge sharing to succeed. It’s through its conceptual components that knowledge management becomes legitimate.
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Knowledge and Information are the key aspects for organizations. There are terms to which we must understand as it pertains to the building blocks for
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Case Module 1 - Lynnette k. Bryant ITM 301 Principles of...

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