KM Kernels - Create Taxonomy, Capture Knowledge, Measure RoI

Kadapa. Shashi. 2007. A people centric approach to creating taxonomies and knowledge artefacts for Knowledge Management networks. (Eds) (Eds) Kazi, A.S., and Wolf, P. Hands on Knowledge co creation and sharing: practical methods and techniques. KnowledgeBoard, ISBN: 978-951-6358, pp. 499-517

20 Pages Posted: 14 Dec 2013

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Shashi Kadapa

BVB College of Engineering and Technology, Hubli

Date Written: July 15, 2007

Abstract

This paper discusses problems that need to be addressed while building a knowledge management - KM portal. A few key issues are how to create taxonomies, what type of documents to keep in the KM portal and how to create knowledge capture mechanisms in the organisation. This paper explains these aspects on KM project implementation with examples. When a large number of knowledge objects are available with different subjects and themes, it becomes important to specify the taxonomy. The taxonomy helps in locating the document in the archives and in searching.

Keywords: KM taxonomy, knowledge artefacts, knowledge capture mechanisms, KM

Suggested Citation

Kadapa, Shashi, KM Kernels - Create Taxonomy, Capture Knowledge, Measure RoI (July 15, 2007). Kadapa. Shashi. 2007. A people centric approach to creating taxonomies and knowledge artefacts for Knowledge Management networks. (Eds) (Eds) Kazi, A.S., and Wolf, P. Hands on Knowledge co creation and sharing: practical methods and techniques. KnowledgeBoard, ISBN: 978-951-6358, pp. 499-517, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2366309

Shashi Kadapa (Contact Author)

BVB College of Engineering and Technology, Hubli ( email )

Vidyanagr, Hubli
Hubli
India

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