Unit 3.23 Knowledge Management Fundamentals Level 3
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Course Code: MNG009
Course Title: Unit 3.23 Knowledge Management Fundamentals Level 3
University: Monansh University
Consider five decisions you have made today. (Those decisions could be simple such as, taking a turn while driving or even choosing books at a library.) In each case determine the data, information, or knowledge that were involved in the decision. Now consider how those decisions would have been influenced by the lack of pre-existing data, information, or knowledge.
Consider a high school with which you are familiar. How can Knowledge Management (KM) at this high school benefit from information technologies (KM technologies)? What kinds of KM technologies does it currently use, and how could they be improved?
Tacit knowledge could be transferred from one person to another in two distinct ways. One possibility is to transfer it directly through socialisation. The other possibility is to convert it into explicit form (through externalisation), then transfer it in explicit form to the recipient (through exchange), who then converts it into tacit form (through internalisation).What are the pros and cons of each approach? If the purpose is to transfer knowledge from one person to one other person, which approach would you recommend? Why? If the purpose is to transfer knowledge from one person to 100 other individuals in different parts of the world, which approach would you recommend?Why?
Critique the following analysis: “Our investment on knowledge management seems to be unsuccessful. The return on investment (ROI) decreased from 10 percent to 5 percent at the year of system implementation. Since direct measure of organizational performance decreased, we need to uninstall the knowledge management system right away.”
LO1 Review and critique the effectiveness of operations management principles
LO2 Apply the concept of continuous improvement in an operational context
LO3 Apply the Project Life Cycle (PLC) to a given context
LO4 Review and critique the application of the PLC used in a given project
- Conduct a review and critique of the implementation of operations management principles within the context of the business scenario above or any other business scenario...ReadMore
LO1: Establish project aims, objectives and timeframes based on the chosen theme.
What is project management and what does it involve?
The key stages of project management.
The advantages of using project management and why it is important
LO2: Conducting a Research Project.
Project execution phase
Selecting appropriate methods of information gathering, data collection and material resourcing.
The distinct phases which support a coherent and logical...ReadMore
Task – 1
LO 1 Discuss how a small business or social enterprise plans and allocates resources to achieve objectives.
P1 - Discuss the main considerations a small business or social enterprise needs to address when planning and allocating resources to achieve business objectives.
Task – 2
LO 2: Explain and evaluate the customer relationship management process for a small business or social enterprise, including understanding the benefits and...ReadMore