KM Implementation for the Public Sector
1. Auflage 2006,
232 Seiten, Kartoniert, Format (B × H): 158 mm x 229 mm, Gewicht: 380 g
Verlag: Taylor & Francis
Sinclair Stealth KMStealth KM presents an innovative way to drive successful knowledge management initiatives in the public sector. Niall Sinclair, a well-known, former high-level official in the Canadian Government, proposes a technique that has been proven to work in his own governmental area of 20,000 employees, and that enables executives and professionals, especially those in government and public institutions, to implement KM programs successfully.
Senior executives in corporate and government sectors; professionals in knowledge management, organizational behavior and development professionals, and systems theory; HRD and OD professionals
Weitere Infos & Material
Part I: KM is Dead, Long-Live KMChapter 1: The Problem with Governments Chapter 2: The Problem with Knowledge Management Part II: The Path of Least ResistanceChapter 3: Marketing Knowledge Management Successfully Chapter 4: Aligning Knowledge Management with the OrganizationChapter 5: Deploying Knowledge Management in the OrganizationChapter 6: Measuring Knowledge Management in the OrganizationPart III: Making the ConnectionChapter 7: Lessons Learned: Some the Hard WayChapter 8: Successful Knowledge Management: Case Studies from the Private SectorPart IV: The Disappearing PresentChapter 9: Knowledge Management: The Next GenerationBibliography