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knowledge based organization forming with using of KM and TMprinciples () : :1392/4/12


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  • knowledge management principles))

  • management) (talent

  • (knowledge based organization)


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  • - 5 !!!

  • Ken blanchard : from speech to action


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  • Keep your know-how into action!

    Ref : the same


Relation between 2 concepts

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Tm

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Knowledge Management

  • (1)

Km


3 Km components:

Process

People

IT


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Peter Drucker:

Knowledge is power , which is why people who had it in the past tried to make a secret it!

In post world , power comes from knowledge transmitting to make it productive , not from hiding it!

(Ref: K. D. COMPANY BOOK_CHAPTER ONE_P3)


  • !

    !

  • Communication is human nature

    But

    Knowledge sharing is human nurture!

(Ref : Alison Tucker founder of B2C Digital & marketing & Ecommerce company)


K. sharing & Distribution Importance

  • .


km roadmap


km roadmap


No invitation here syndrome

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Silent syndrome


Blindness syndrome


[1]

[1]

[1]-

[1]-

Amnesia syndrome


Rocking chair syndrome


Ten Principles in Knowledge Management


Principle2

Effective management of Knowledge requires hybrid solutions of people & Technology!


Principle 4

Knowledge Management Requires Knowledge Managers !


Principle 8

Knowledge access is only the beginning!


Principle 9

Knowledge Management never ends!


A losing Organization9 Signs

9

9Poor Idea and Knowledge Management


Talent Management

  • )2(

  • TM


  • 1997 .

  • The term was coined by Mackensey company following a 1997 study.

  • They proposed : the war for talent

  • Ref: the same


:

  • 2009 2011 .

  • During 2009 2011 talent management boundries defined

  • Ref: the same


Talent management definition:

Talent management is a set of integrated

  • organizational HR processes designed to :

  • Attract

  • Develop

  • Motivate

  • Retain

  • Productive engaged employees


  • .

  • Talent management term is usually associated with competency based management.

  • Ref:www.wikipedia.org


  • : .

  • These competencies include : knowledge skill .experience and personal traits

  • Ref: the same


  • :

  • .

  • Talent management evaluation concern two major areas : performance and potential


:

  • 5 !!

  • Only 5 percent of organization say they have a clear talent management

  • Strategy and operational programs in place

    today .

  • Ref : wikipedia .org


strategies for talent management 10

  • 10 :


  • 1-

  • 1- identify your top 5 percent

  • important functions

  • Ref: www.wicpa.com


  • 2-

  • 2- built a talent pool . backfill dosent

  • equal recruiting

  • Ref: www.wicpa.com


  • 3- .

  • 3-understand what motivates your

  • individuals and teams.

  • Ref: www.wicpa.com


  • 4- ! !!

  • 4-give them the keys ! Opportunities!!

  • www.wicpa.com


  • 5- .

  • - social ize HR now ! 5

  • www.wicpa.com


Tacit Knowledge

T.K

E.K

Explicit Knowledge


  • 6- . .

  • 6-it is difficult to manage what you cant measure.

  • Your business is hungry for usable numbers and data


  • 7- .

  • 7- have a reason for their stay

  • www.wicpa.com


  • 8- .

  • 8-recognize your star leaders and invest

  • accordingly .

  • www.wicpa.com


  • 9- .

  • 9- integrate modern technology

  • www.wicpa.com


  • 10- .

  • 10-embrace your uniqueness

  • www.wicpa.com


Knowledge Based Organization

  • K.B.O


  • What is Knowledge Based Organization (KBO) ?


Knowledge base Definition:


:Knowledge based definition:

(ES) .

Computer science expert system that contain facts and Rules needed to solve problems


:Knowledge based definition:

:

  • !

    .

    In general definition :

  • A knowledge base is not a static information collection! But a dynamic resource that may itself have the capacity to learn!

    .


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The scope and structure of the K.B.O as a result of organizational learning

Ref: building blocks for success


(K.M maturity model)


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1-Processes are Knowledgeable

.2 .

2- Purposes are Knowledgeable

.

3-Perspective is Knowledgeable

The Characteristics of a KBO:

http://www.anecdote.com.au/archives


Process

People

K.B.O Structure

Information Technology

Ref: www.It21inc.org


K.B.O Components

Ref: http:// www.opdc.go.th/english/images/pic


Vision

What?

Tacit Knowledge

Dialogue how?

Ba:

Dynamic

Practice Why?

Explicit Knowledge

Organization

Assets

Knowledge

Knowledge based Organization


:For creating K.B.O:

  • -1 .

  • Socializing shared vision &values throughout the org.

  • 2- .

  • Modeling personal openness to change.

(REF: Manchester Review . Double Issue 2001-vol 6)

(www.sophia_associates.com/manchester.K.B.O.org)


:For creating K.B.O:

  • 3- .

  • Designing social architectural structures.

  • 4- ! .

  • Creating an environment that fosters organizational learning !individual, groups, organization.


:For creating K.B.O:

  • 5-

  • Creating knowledge interaction between talents

  • &employees

  • 6-

  • Making a new serious objective! Its name is knowledge sharing


Relation between 2 concepts

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km

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Tm

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Knowledge BASED ORGANIZATION

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Group

Individual

Organization

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Knowledge

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Info

OL: organizational learning

K.B.O

Data


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