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KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT Modelos y Estrategias de Implementación en la Gestión del Conocimiento. Ph.D. Augusto Bernuy Alva E-mail: abernuy@usmp.edu.pe. CONTENT. Organizational Estructure II. Decision Making KMCluster KM Project. 2. I. Organizational Estructure.

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KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT

Modelos y Estrategias de Implementación en la Gestión del Conocimiento

Ph.D. Augusto BernuyAlva

E-mail: abernuy@usmp.edu.pe

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CONTENT

  • Organizational Estructure
  • II. Decision Making
  • KMCluster
  • KM Project

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I. Organizational Estructure

A number of business actions are needed to generate an appropriate environment and infrastructure for knowledge creation, transfer and application.

Do we need a Knowledge Transfer Unit?

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I. Organizational Estructure

Teams ?

Communities ?

Groups ?

"I think,

therefore I exist"

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I. Organizational Estructure

Information systems consist of three layers: operational support, support of knowledge work, and management support.

Operational support forms the base of an information system and contains various transaction processing systems for designing, marketing, producing, and delivering products and services.

Support of knowledge work forms the middle layer; it contains subsystems for sharing information within an organization.

Management support, forming the top layer, contains subsystems for managing and evaluating an organization’s resources and goals.

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I. Organizational Estructure

Public affairs(e’fer): asuntos publicos

A knowledge management structure:

At the heart of each global practice, a leader ensures the knowledge management of the practice and we staff our client assignments with a "best-team" approach.We have experts to meet any client's needs and most of the time our service to them requires the mobilization of multiple practice areas.The organization maximizes local knowledge, regional support and global strength

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I. Making Decision

What Happens When Decisions Must be Made Quickly – Can KM Help?

How are decisions made that involve:

  • Whom to hire? (A quiéncontratar)
  • Which vendors to use?
  • What kind and how many programs to plan?
  • What platform to use on an organization’s computers, e.g. Microsoft, Linux, etc.
  • All the decisions that go into planning for a new building or a renovation.
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I. Making Decision

problem recognition

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I. Making Decision

Collection

Navigation

Value to Organization

Repositories

Best Practices

Reports

Documents

Presentation Slides

Tips

Active Knowledge Transfer

Expert Knowledge Base

Contact Links

Expert Assistance as Needed

Communities of Practice Index

Organizational

Learning

Decision Making Tools

Profiles for Customization

Pushed Reports & News

Collaboration Tools

Communication

Codification

Claire R. McInerney, Ph.D.

Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey

USA

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I. Making Decision

Choosy about Choices

  • Decision making is a knowledge intensive activity with knowledge as its raw materials, work in process, by products and finished goods.
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The Digital City

http://www.accc.ca/eng/services/rkc.htm

We believe in the knowledge society.

Knowledge is important as a competitive factor.

We need to learn more about how to manage knowledge in the future

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Small group discussion:

  • Sayname and whatpaperswerereview
  • Say objetives and conclusion
  • Saywhatwasthemethod
  • Nextweek: think in yourpossibleprojetc and readsomething of thestate of the art