Knowledge Management is fast catching up as a tool to build up competencies within the organization. KM issues can be broadly classified as people, process, technology and strategy issues. However there are enough proofs to show that these issues are contingent. India with it's highly educated population and different historical background provides as an interesting case. This blog seeks to discuss KM issues in relation to India.

Monday, January 10, 2005

Opening question

Thanks to all those who have joined the forum.

I'm pursuing a research on KM practices in India, especially wrt Innovation. The very first question that comes to my mind are the process improvements that are required to support KM. The way i percieve it is based on Nonaka's SECI and the four processes he suggests viz socialization, externalization, combination and internalization. If we see carefully the major requirements for KM therefore are
1. network design:
2. Meta data/knowledge design:
3. Ontology

Please comment



Blogger Raju G Ramachandra said...

Two years gone by... how is the progress?


February 24, 2007 at 3:03 AM


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