Knowledge Management (KM) has been portrayed as being a direct descendant of the quality movement that started with W. Edwards Deming, and quite rightly we can trace many of the core tenets of KM to the various Quality Management offshoots. The concern for parsimony and efficiency, the analysis…
The primary role of Knowledge Management is to improve the quality of decision making by ensuring that accurate, reliable and trustworthy information is available throughout the Service Lifecycle. In order to achieve this, effective sharing of knowledge in most scenarios requires the development and ongoing…
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