strategy

Managing knowledge

Synonyms:
Developing systems for knowledge management
Description:

Knowledge management focuses on the processes and the people involved in creating, sharing and leveraging knowledge among science, communities, resource managers and policy makers. Information management, in contrast, is more concerned with establishing processes and systems to gather, organise, summarise and package information, including its timely delivery to the right decision makers for the situation involved.

Claim:

There is a lot of value creation as societies move away from production and distribution toward a knowledge society. The new knowledge industries have created a shift toward accelerating the process of discovery—it is now and always up to society to decide how this new knowledge is going to be used.

Subjects:
Systems
Development
Management
Type Classification:
C: Cross-sectoral strategies