BSBINM501-Assessment 3 training presentation.pptx

After observing the knowledge creation process the

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After observing the knowledge creation process, the employees can understand the different perspective of the organization such as business concept, financial features, financial requirements, current business position and major achievements.
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KNOWLEDGE HARNESSING AND SHARING As a business owner or manager or expert, they want to encourage the staffs by sharing their knowledge. However, the training expert can share his or her personal experience to increase the knowledge level of the students. The information of the learner should be relevant to a subject such as business development, management, managing the human resource in any organization, issues that they have faced during professional career. The knowledge quality, experience level and presentation technique have increased the efficiency of the knowledge among the stakeholders such as students, employees and trainees.
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STAFF LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT NEEDS AND PLANS Within business and knowledge management, two types of knowledge are usually defined, namely explicit and tacit knowledge. The tangible knowledge is considered as explicit knowledge of subjects such as knowledge of net programming and software testing which are directly connected with revenue, efficiencies and profit of the organization. HR executive regularly studied about the knowledge level of the employees and review the performance quality. Apart from that HR executives often arrange a conversation program with the experts where the experts ask a various job-related question to the employees. Therefore, the human resource management can understand the lack of knowledge in any particular area.
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KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT RESOURCES It has been observed that employees have learned the key lesson from their work experience. The development of knowledge also influences their work efficiency, performance and behaviour. Therefore, there are some resource s in the knowledge management process such as cognitive resources, social resources, learning strategy of the organization and learning equipment. The trainers usually prefer audio visual media for the training session. Apart from that the trainer generally takes help of electronic media such as a computer, internet, projectors, speakers, microphones, tablets and smartphones. Sometimes trainer implements the paper-based resources for designing or collecting data during a training period.
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EXTERNAL STAKEHOLDERS TO THE KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Contingency is considered as a future event or circumstance that is possible but cannot predict with the certainty. There are many external stakeholders of an organization such as customers, shareholders, suppliers and business partners. It has been observed that sometimes unfortunate
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