Knowledge Management Reflection

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The formal communication (written) and presentations (oral or written), in the communication process, are an important part of knowledge. The speech in natural language requires in fact high level of verbal skills by all, in both sending and receiving, to effectively share the evaluation criteria and to have the organizational knowledge. The modern man is pressed for information, which is growing at exponential rates, and often terms and specialized languages are used. Therefore to remove such obstacles, the employees must conduct regular meeting for sharing knowledge. Teamwork will also often result in knowledge sharing. The management must encourage the spirit of team work of the employees for better knowledge that will help in eliminating…show more content…
The emphasis is on improving the technique mistakes and corrected, and any reflection is directed towards making the most effective strategy”. The piece of reflective observation Kolb cycle is the single-loop learning. “Double-loop learning, however, also includes reflection on how the formulation of the problem and learning systems which underlie actual goals and strategies influence the outcome”. Knowledge productivity and competitive advantage a knowledge management system must integrate all the knowledge, experiences and lessons learned in the organization. Depending on your mission, objectives, structure, values and products and (or) services, knowledge management can have different forms of practical expression This would be achieved by achieving an organization with a constantly flow and increase knowledge for greater competitiveness; the necessary knowledge in time and place; and know where lies the particular experience of the organization It is vital for the organization to know about their products, processes, markets, customers, employees, suppliers and the environment, and how these elements combine to make a company…show more content…
The competitive advantage of an organization does not arise spontaneously; it must be established in the daily work from the skills of their employees, resources with which account, attributes and knowledge of the market and its competitors, and integrating the learning process that involves all its members.(Murmann, 2003) Department heads shall introduce “Learning rich” experiences that can have a direct impact on experiences. Learning curves or, as they are sometimes called, experience curves are based on the premise that organizations, like people do their jobs better as these are repeated. A learning curve graph of hours of labor per unit versus the number of units produced, usually in the form of negative exponential distribution (Usher and Bryant,
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