Knowledge Sharing Principles

The effective utilization of knowledge sharing and KM provide the continuous building blocks of an effective KMS. Consideration should be given to how information transitions to valuable knowledge and how knowledge is shared throughout a corporation. The transition of pertinent information to knowledge is paramount for successful technology managers and organizations. It is important to consider how information is organized, information is shared, and how knowledge is accessed and shared by decision-makers throughout the organization.

After reading the assigned resources this week, please utilize the NCU Library and other academic sources of your choice, select five articles about the foundational tenets of knowledge sharing, the continual development of organizational knowledge, the learning organization concepts—reflecting again on tacit and explicit knowledge—and then prepare an information presentation on knowledge sharing principles. As in previous assignments, no article can be more than three years old. In your PowerPoint presentation, please compare and contrast knowledge sharing themes with the assigned readings. Address how technology managers can utilize information and KM considerations to develop a KMS.

Length: 15-17 slides (not including title and reference pages)

References: Include a minimum of 5 scholarly resources

Your paper should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts that are presented in the course and provide new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. Your response should reflect scholarly writing and current APA standards.

References:

Becerra-Fernandez, I., Leidner, D. E., & Leidner, D. (2008). Knowledge management: An evolutionary view. New York, NY: Routledge.

Serenko, A., & Bontis, N. (2013). Global ranking of knowledge management and intellectual capital academic journals: 2013 update.

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