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6. Access and write a brief summary, approximately 300 words, of scope and purpose of the Australian Standard for Knowledge Management AS 5037:2005. The Australian Standard for Knowledge Management AS 5037:2005 aims to assist individuals and organizations understand Knowledge Management concepts and the environment best suited for enabling knowledge activities, and to offer a scalable and flexible frame-work for designing, planning, implementing and assessing knowledge interventions that respond to an organization’s environment and state of readiness. Knowledge management is concerned with innovation and sharing behaviors, managing complexity and ambiguity through knowledge networks and connections, exploring smart processes, and deploying people- centric technologies. Systems and technology are seen to play a major role in knowledge management initiatives, and the recognition of the social sources of information and knowledge in organizations and their role in knowledge generation. Enablers are the tools, techniques and activities used to implement knowledge Initiatives. They are drawn in particular from Information Management (IM) in its various guises, Human Resource Management (HR) and Information Systems and Technology. Knowledge Management primary endeavors are leveraging the organization’s intellectual assets, fostering innovation and change through-out the organization, and developing the required organizational culture.
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Name: Edi Susanto Student Number: SCSB17458 BSBINM501 Manage an information or knowledge management system (C- SS-2) Assessment 2 7. What type of practices, procedures and processes at your workplace allow for the identification, creation, distribution and adoption of insights and experiences by employees. The process of training the new staff to become adapt with the system of the kitchen by giving examples and certain tasks as goals to do for the day, as the day goes by the new staff will be more and more capable and suitable for the job description.
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