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A Framework for Developing and Aligning a Knowledge Management Strategy

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A Framework for Developing and Aligning a Knowledge Management Strategy
Businesses today, including non-profits, recognise the need for knowledge management (KM). KM may require new strategies and goals before it can be implemented, or it can be aligned with current business strategies for quicker implementation. The framework presented here is for managers in companies and organisations to use to align their KM strategies with business strategies to improve performance involving financial growth, cost reduction and customer satisfaction. A study of three strategic types of organisations (defender, prospector, analyser) and interviews at a large corporation and a non-profit organisation suggests that the conceptual framework presented in this paper can be verified. More empirical evidence of alignment is planned, as organisations become more sophisticated users of KM. The authors have been working for over three years on the taxonomy and conceptual framework for KM/BS Alignment (also known as KMSABS) and present a procedure for implementation in this paper...
Deborah E. Swain, Jean-Pierre Booto Ekionea
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where JIKM
Authors Deborah E. Swain, Jean-Pierre Booto Ekionea
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