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Title: What is the knowledge management process? (Life cycle models, challenges and process)


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What is the knowledge management process?
(Life cycle models, challenges and process)
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What is the Process of Knowledge Management?
The process of knowledge management follows some
general steps universally. The process has been
formalized and perfected up to an extent by
numerous scholars and knowledge management
experts over the years. However, the tools or
information science used may vary as per the
organization. Whichever tools one may use, if
they follow the techniques and process correctly
then the organization of information and sharing
knowledge will be smooth.
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Challenges in Knowledge Management Processes
The process of knowledge management follows some
general steps universally. The process has been
formalized and perfected up to an extent by
numerous scholars and knowledge management
experts over the years. However, the tools or
information science used may vary as per the
organization. Whichever tools one may use, if
they follow the techniques and process correctly
then the organization of information and sharing
knowledge will be smooth.
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    edge-management-process/

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Top 4 Knowledge Management Life Cycle Models
Karl M. Wiig was one of the pioneers in the field
of knowledge management processes, and one of the
first persons to publish a paper on it. His
knowledge management cycle addresses the approach
that an individual or organizations take for
building knowledge repositories or databases. The
model addresses the organization as a whole and
includes business areas that are common in almost
all organizations.
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Bukowitz and William Model (2000)
This knowledge management model builds upon the
previous two. It expands the definition of
knowledge sharing and storage in such a way that
it includes the infrastructure to support the
learning community. The knowledge-sharing model
also highlights how organizations are able to
generate, maintain and expand knowledge
repositories in a way that creates value. Various
types of knowledge are recognized in this
framework and include databases, communication
infrastructure, technologies, organizational
skills and other knowledge.
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Zack Model (1996)
The Zack model is derived from working on the
design and development stages of knowledge
management. The major developmental stages of a
knowledge repository in the knowledge management
process require analysis and then mapping to the
stages of a KM model. In the Zack model, the
phases are rather similar to the Wiig model but
the major difference arises in the fact that the
Zack model prioritizes a logical and standardized
approach between each new stage.
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McElroy Model (2003)
McElroy, through his knowledge management
processes, shows concern with knowledge
production and integration. By doing so, he is
actually building upon the process focus of the
Bukowitz and William knowledge management model.
This helps create different ways for your
employees or the team members to submit claims
when they dont receive or fail to understand
knowledge. This is an effort to improve group
learning and contribution by the team members.
The phases in the McElroy model are learning,
validation, acquisition, integration, and
completion.
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Conclusion
Knowledge management processes are an essential
practice for businesses and organizations.
Organizational knowledge also helps in adding
long-term benefits for the company in the form of
finances, culture, and people. Therefore, all
mature organizations should take necessary steps
for using best practices in knowledge management
processes so that they can enhance their business
operations and the organization's overall
capability.
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