Two reasons why knowledge management fails

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Discusses two reasons for KM failures. The first is a poor understanding of knowledge, particularly amongst IT people. The second is a lack of agreement as to the scope of KM.

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Rachel Hui says:

this video may be able to inspire us a little if we’re stuck in our km
projects.
Discussed two reasons for KM failures. The first is a poor understanding of
knowledge, particularly amongst IT people. The second is a lack of
agreement as to the scope of KM.
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Michael Wilde says:

A lack of standard definition of “Knowledge”. Most IT people just think of
it as data. I don’t think technology to support KM exists as of yet. But
it will.

Tshegofatso Montsho says:

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