Knowledge Management US 115405
This course is accredited by the Local Government Seta and covers unit standard 115405 at NQF level 5 worth 10 credits.
- Improving business decisions thanks to facilitated access to expertise and to leading practices
- Increasing efficiency, productivity and work smarter by reducing cases of “reinventing the wheel”
- Improving innovation through wider and borderless collaboration
- Reducing loss of know-how by capturing explicit and tacit knowledge
- Speeding productivity with on-board training and timely access to knowledge
- Increasing client satisfaction by delivering value insights
- Enhancing quality and ability to collaborate by standardising ways of working and enabling discussions with leading experts
3 Day Skills Programme
Knowledge management prevents staff from constantly reinventing the wheel, provides a baseline for progress measurement, reduces the burden on expert attrition, makes visual thinking tangible, and manages effectively large volumes of information to help employees serve their clients better and faster.
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Skills Programme Outline
- Analyse the essential elements of the Knowledge Economy.
- Identify the essential features of the Human Capital in an organisation.
- Provide an analysis of the Structural Capital in an organisation.
- Indicate how an organisation uses its Customer Capital.
- Establish the relationship between Intellectual Capital and Knowledge Management.
- Demonstrate the potential relationship between Knowledge Management and Organisational Transformation.
Each participant receives a workshop manual that serves as both an in-class activity book and a reference guide that can be used after the workshop to revise the concepts covered. The workshop is highly interactive, fun, and makes use of audio-visual elements to enhance the learning process. Participants leave the workshop with a personal action plan on how they will implement some of the learnings and each receives a certificate of attendance.