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Initiating Knowledge Management in Colleges and Universities: A template
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Initiating Knowledge Management in Colleges and Universities: A template
Agarwal, Naresh Kumar; Marouf, Laila Naif;
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 Abstract
Knowledge Management (KM) is a collaborative and integrated approach adopted at various levels to ensure that an organization's knowledge assets are best utilized to increase organizational performance. While KM has been adopted in a large number of sectors and organizations, colleges and universities, and the higher education sector in general, is yet to take full advantage of the possibilities offered by KM. Also, while past research has sought to highlight the importance of implementing KM in higher education, there is a lack of a single, clear template for KM implementation that universities leaders and administrators can adopt. The contribution of the paper is a practical, actionable, step-by-step plan, as well as a diagrammatic, theoretical framework for initiating KM successfully in colleges and universities.
 Keywords
Knowledge Management;Design;Implementation;Colleges and Universities;Higher Education;Template;
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English
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