Knowledge Engineering - Book Review
"Knowledge Engineering: Process Paradigm" by Hamed Fazlollahtabar delves into knowledge management's impact on innovation, organizational learning, knowledge sharing, and preservation. It offers insights rooted in diverse organizational experiences, primarily from China, catering to both academic and business readers.
The Five Elements of Effective Thinking - Book Review
"The Five Elements of Effective Thinking" by Burger and Starbird presents a method to cultivate practical thinking, drawing parallels to elemental forces. Emphasizing in-depth understanding, embracing failure, asking questions, looking back and forward, and connecting to change lead to enhanced success across various domains.
Zen and the art of Knowledge Management
Knowledge Management and Zen Buddhism may seem unrelated, but they share commonalities in the search for understanding and tranquility. Both paths require a strong foundation for growth and promote interconnectedness within individuals and organizations. Patience and continuous investment are necessary for success in both fields. The ultimate goal is to reach a state of balance and harmony where knowledge flows effortlessly and supports organizational development.
Developing an organization's professional doctrine using human and computerized resources
Developing a professional doctrine within an organization involves a methodology based on knowledge creation models and socialization. It leads to improved performance and implementation of optimal conduct.
The new learning is co-creating
Emphasizing co-creation, this post suggests that future learning thrives on diverse ideas, fosters innovation, and replaces traditional teaching methods with facilitative, collaborative knowledge development journeys.
Knowledge Management in our lives: part II
Approximately a month ago, I published an article that discussed defining Knowledge Management differently than the definition commonly found in various sources. In this article I wish to continue my journey, titled "Knowledge Management in our lives". I will discuss additional components of the field and how they manifest in our day-to-day lives, namely: sharing, development of new know
From the diary of a facilitator: on group dynamics and leaning processes
Effective organizational consultants, particularly KM consultants, focus on instructing learning teams and communities, recognizing and directing group dynamics for successful outcomes.
To know why what I don't know-and grow: Knowledge Development groups in organizations
Organizations invest in Knowledge Management, using collaborative teamwork to bridge knowledge gaps. Counselors guide groups, fostering trust and achieving collective goals. A case study explores integrating social networks into professional life, showcasing successful teamwork that empowers workers and enriches organizational knowledge.
Knowledge Development Teams: an application methodology for the SECI model
A team's journey through the SECI model and relationship development stages to develop valuable organizational knowledge.
Collective subconsciouses revealed in work groups
Group dynamics play a significant role in shaping behavior and interactions. Examining the subconscious elements within a group can lead to valuable insights for effective collaboration.
The reason I stayed in Knowledge Management: groupwork as a source of meaning, connection, growth and contribution
My professional journey as an organizational psychologist, lecturer, and Knowledge Management consultant at ROM has led me to facilitate transformative group experiences. Witnessing the growth and connection among individuals, I am proud of the impact on both the organization and personal development.