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  • Renee: CEO Coach & Management Specialist 2:19 pm on April 1, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Who’s gonna get the credit?..In dealing with teams, it may seem like one person or a select few are always getting the credit for many or several projects. Managers should investigate who’s really responsible and establish cultural norms around taking & giving credit in the workplace. Setting a precedent can prevent tough situations, as your team members understand what’s expected of them.

  • Renee: CEO Coach & Management Specialist 4:32 pm on October 7, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    A Need For Knowledge Management Can’t Be Denied 

    The specific knowledge of a company should be considered critical and should be reflected in policy, strategy, practices and overall functioning of any organization, profit or non-profit. That’s when you get into the area of knowledge management.


    Defining knowledge management can be complex. It involves the process of acquiring, storing, distributing, and using information within a company. The information is generally held on a powerful database and distributed via a communications network. It’s also the coordination and exploitation of an organization’s knowledge resources, in order to create benefit and competitive advantage. The goal of knowledge management is sustained individual and business performance through ongoing learning, unlearning, and adaptation.

    There are various types of knowledge management software out there. You just have to decide which is best for your company. It has emerged as a map or guide for all business strategy and it’s considered as a revolution in re-engineering of business processes. It helps in organization learning, competence management, innovation & quality management.

    Knowledge management is imperative for your company. When you seek to justify your investment into knowledge management, ensure that it’s tied directly to your business objectives. It can help to drive achievement of those objectives. It can lead to reduced costs, increased revenue, increased profitability and the achievement of your other business objectives.

    It requires a culture to facilitate it with significant investment to see results.

    • Does your company have a culture of knowledge sharing or knowledge hoarding?
    • How much time is lost within your organization when searching for information that’s in your company’s database but not available to others or when needed?

    Knowledge management seeks to capture what the firm knows and makes that knowledge accessible throughout the organization. The need for managing knowledge cannot be denied, but every organization needs to act upon this need. Once it becomes better understood and more widely used, it’ll become more effective.


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