ICT and Knowledge Management
Full course description
Knowledge is a fundamental prerequisite in the ability of a person to execute a task. This ability consists of explicit knowledge or information, implicit knowledge or experiences, skills and attitudes. We will analyze knowledge from different perspectives, depending on which element in the definition the emphasis is placed. In knowledge management, basically three dominant approaches exist:
– The ICT approach, with focus on expliciting and structuring the knowledge. The knowledge can be objectively shared.
– The Human-talent approach, also known as competence management.
– The Knowledge-friendly organization approach, with focus on providing means to stimulate the sharing of knowledge.