Knowledge Management

It is a mixture of various elements; It is a stream at the same time having a formalized structure; It is difficult to capture in words or to fully understand logically and intuitive. The knowledge exists within people, as part of the human complexity and our unpredictability. Although we tend to think in concrete and definable assets, knowledge assets are much more difficult to handle. Knowledge can be seen as a process (flow) or as a stock. Knowledge is derived from the information, as well as the information is derived from the data.

So that information becomes knowledge, people do almost all the work. This transformation occurs through: comparison. Consequences. Connections. Conversation. These knowledge-building activities take place within and between people. Just as we find data in records and information in messages, we can obtain knowledge of individuals, groups of knowledge, or even in organizational routines.

Not the slightest doubt, that new and powerful arm of business management, the management of knowledge together, to the theory of shared information, have become new factors of production of contemporary business, whose novelty lies in that while more information is consumed, richer returns; It grows as more used. These factors or new revolutions which are moving towards a society of knowledge, are shining a new concept of enterprise and society based on knowledge. Business and society in which progress no longer depends on just machines and technological advances, but the knowledge of people. Broadly speaking, knowledge management, is a process both cultural and technological, hence culture that does not encourage and reward knowledge-sharing can not expect that technology will resolve their cognitive challenges. The terminology and concepts related to the management of the knowledge they are spreading widely. On the other hand, knowledge sharing is becoming an irreplaceable element in the enterprise that requires good governance. I.e., it show the profitability that involves sharing knowledge and to help the growth of the company.

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