Personal Knowledge Management: A Study of Knowledge Behaviour of Academicians
Current theories of knowledge management postulate a cycle of knowledge creation, refinement and implementation that hinges on the transformation of tacit, or practical, into explicit, or discursive, knowledge. The modern organisation, because it is characterised by diverse local practices, and by the increasing salience of professional work, is thus a complex mosaic of situated knowledge, grounded in process. Enabling organisations to capture, share and apply the situated knowledge grounded in the process is seen as fundamental to competing in the knowledge economy. The study is focussed on the various knowledge activities of faculty members to understand the extent of impact of information systems on those activities and how those activities contribute to value creation and knowledge management. The results of this study suggest the presence of certain type of knowledge behaviours which facilitate knowledge management.
Personal knowledge management, PKM, knowledge management, information systems for knowledge management
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