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KM AUDITS

Conduct knowledge management audit to establish existing levels of Knowledge Management Capability at organizational, infrastructural, content/process and employee level.

Knowledge Management Institute (KMI) HRDF SBL-Khas claimable Sharma Management International Sdn Bhd

KM AUDITS TRAINING COURSE

Overview

To set up a KM system for an organization, it is important to know the long term goals of the organization, as well as the current approaches being adopted by the organization to manage knowledge. An audit of key knowledge areas shall be conducted. The audit will also include an assessment of the existing level of maturity for Knowledge Management.

The findings will be compared with the desired levels of maturity based on the goals. By doing so, an assessment of the impact of loss of critical knowledge many be established. The audit will identify strategically significant knowledge areas that impact strategy, the risk of losing such critical knowledge, its impact and mitigation plan.

 

TERMINAL OBJECTIVE


  • To conduct knowledge management audit to establish existing levels of Knowledge Management Capability at organizational, infrastructural, content/process and employee level

  • To determine MCMC’s knowledge management maturity level in relation to its ability to manage knowledge.

MODELS / TOOLS PROPOSED

  




Knowledge Management Maturity Model TM,
which determines Knowledge Management Maturity at Organizational Level to assess existing levels and desired levels of KM maturity in MCMC.











ISO 30401:2018
, which determines best practices being adopted in managing KM in MCMC.












Customised Audit Documents
determines existing knowledge capability at employee, process / content, infrastructural levels of KM maturity in MCMC.

 

 

 

 

 

FAQ & FURTHER INFORMATION

Proposed Overall Learning Outcome

The 70:20:10 Model for Learning and Development has been found to be most effective within the training profession to describe the optimal sources of learning aimed at developing work based competencies. It holds that individuals obtain 70 percent of their knowledge from job-related experiences, 20 percent from interactions with others, and 10 percent from formal educational events.

Based on this model, we propose that the Fundamentals of Project Management course be structured along similar lines. It is proposed that it is undertaken in stages. These stages will include awareness stage, appreciation stage and application stage.

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