MODULE 13 Gaining and Sharing Information and Knowledge.pdf

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[objective215] [Remediation Accessed :N] There is little benefit, if any, to be gained from the myriad of players and information flows. The 'costs' associated with the complex environment far outweigh any benefit which may be gained. Commanders at every level can gain situational awareness through the many different compartmentalized processes and technologies that each player brings. Experience, expertise, and perspectives can be leveraged through collaboration and dialogue among many players. 4) Knowledge management (KM) and information management (IM) are two distinct activities that are necessary aspects in today's headquarters decision-making. Which two overarching insights clearly delineate their distinctions? [objective216] KM is people-centric. IM is information technology-centric. KM is technology-centric. IM is people-centric. KM focuses on the rules, procedures, applications, and tools. IM focuses on the players gaining and sharing knowledge to aid decision making. KM balances the need-to-share with the need-to-know. IM leverages the different perspectives of the myriad of players. 5) What serves as an authoritative document(s) that sets the standards for the collection and dissemination of information to support timely informed decisions and maintain shared situational awareness? [objective221] [Remediation Accessed :N] knowledge management plan (KMP) and information management plan (IMP ) knowledge management guide (KMG) and information management guide (IMG) operations plan (OPLAN) and operations order (OPORD) national military strategy 6) What information management (IM) activity is normally a theater-level decision because of its significant second order effects, such as interoperability within the joint force, fielding and pre-mission training? [objective218] development of procedures into a formalized, authoritative document battle rhythm development maintenance procedures
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determination of the networks, databases, and software applications use of commander's critical information requirements (CCIR) to guide and prioritize information flow 7) Which of the following roles provides guidance on decision-making style, and degree of desired technology to support knowledge management and information management? [objective219] J-codes directors knowledge management representative (KMR) commander J6 8) What process-centric insight(s) can be drawn from the three critical processes that comprise the larger knowledge management (KM) construct? [objective220] develop and refine KM processes through an integrated KM working group spend time developing the battle rhythm minimize the number of collaborative events, both physical and virtual all answers are correct 9) What action(s) should commanders consider to ensure information sharing with partners of foreign countries? [objective217] developing sufficient capacity to enable foreign disclosure and information sharing (includes having Foreign Disclosure Officers (FDO) on the staff) instilling an inclusive mindset that balances a "need-to-share" and "need-to-know" mentality with stakeholders considering both physical and virtual collaboration means to gain information and develop knowledge all answers are correct
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