Km in organisations communities of practice a group

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Unformatted text preview: of people who share an interest, a craft, and/or a profession. The group can evolve naturally because of the members' common interest in a particular domain or area, or it can be created specifically with the goal of gaining knowledge related to their field. Understanding cultural aspects and soft issues Considering technology only as an enabler Recognizing that knowledge is esoteric and contextual (related to a particular situation/incident) Developing communities of practice and social networks Addressing the human factors issues Communities Communities of Practice 2 Members learn from each other through the process of sharing information and experiences with the group, and have an opportunity to develop themselves personally and professionally. Can exist online, such as within discussion di boards (online discussion sites) and newsgroups newsgroups, or in real life, such as in a lunch room at work, in a field setting, on a factory floor, or elsewhere. 8 26/05/2011 KM Portal Gateway to knowledge repository Interface to KM systems/ tools , programs & facilities Provides a platform for knowledge contribution, sharing information and providing feedback Facilitates involvement of Subject Matter Experts Facilitates involvement of Subject Matter Experts for for knowledge creation and transformation Promotes Communities of Practice (COPs), Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) and Experience sharing How to organise knowledge - Taxonomies Knowledge in the KM Portal is organized via a set of taxonomies, each of which provides a different perspective or view on the data. data. Modellers and analysts can browse knowledge organized organized by infrastructure decomposition, project organization structure, or by administrative program structure. Taxonomy Taxonomy Taxonomy 2 A taxonomy is a classification system. system. Normally, the aim of a taxonomy is to group things according to similarities in some respect; such as, similarities in structure, role, behaviour, etc. etc. Greek root "taxis" implies, it is about putting things in order. order. Start with the most general category which will be the root of the tree. Then we need to find the subcategories for this. For any category, each subcategory is a taxonym. For example, a taxonym. Labrador Lab...
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This note was uploaded on 07/28/2013 for the course ECON 103 taught by Professor Junshen during the Fall '13 term at Punjab Engineering College.

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