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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Knowledge_management

Knowledge management (KM) is the process of creating, sharing, using and managing the ... Knowledge management efforts have a long history, including on-the-job discussions, formal apprenticeship, .... organisational members take on responsibility for a specific "field" and act as first reference on a specific subject) ...

www.indeed.com/q-Knowledge-Management-jobs.html

1089533 Knowledge Management jobs available on Indeed.com. Apply to Knowledge Manager, Customer Support Representative, Learning and Development ...

www.indeed.com/q-Knowledge-Management-Specialist-jobs.html

104406 Knowledge Management Specialist jobs available on Indeed.com. Apply to Knowledge Manager, Content Manager, Document Specialist and more!

www.knowledge-management-tools.net/careers.php

A look at the different factors relevant for a knowledge management career: KM education, KM skills, and KM positions available in companies.

www.knoco.com/knowledge-management-FAQ.htm

Knowledge Management FAQ, a Knowledge Management resource provided by Knoco ... for and sharing knowledge need to be incentivised, and to become 'the way we work' .... Other references to KM budget can be found by web searching.

openknowledge.worldbank.org/bitstream/handle/10986/25320/9781464809439.pdf?sequence=2

In development work, some knowledge sharing has a regional aspect. .... increasingly recognized as an important reference organization in its field, DANE.

hr.uiowa.edu/workplace-redesign/knowledge-management

BackgroundThe University of Iowa must be able to transfer knowledge among staff ... Coaching; Job sharing/shadowing; Job Aids, Quick Reference Guides ...

www.istl.org/04-fall/article4.html

This article describes ShaRef, a new approach to reference management that ... a "reference desk" and "reference services" usually refer to library employees ...

www.ifla.org/VII/d2/inspel/00-1kise.pdf

Abstract: Knowledge and Knowledge Management have emerged as a current ' hot issue' ... All too often one part of an organization repeats work of another part.