Knowledge management modes and strategies for university libraries
ABSTRACT In this paper, the study focuses on the knowledge management modes and strategic framework of the university library. First of all, taking the development model of the enterprises' knowledge management as the reference, the research is on the basis of the descriptions of the explicit knowledge and tacit knowledge management processes and the changing role of the university library in the knowledge management. Certain management modes of the university library have been put forward. Then the analysis has been taken on the elements of the library in the knowledge management: knowledge, users, learning organization, interaction and sharing, managers etc., and the proposition has been given about five knowledge management strategy, including organizational culture construction of a university library in knowledge management, information and communication technology supported service system, collaborative learning organization, performance evaluation of knowledge management, and user information archives. The research findings provide a reference for establishing and developing a new model of knowledge management for the university library.
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ABSTRACT: s book titled E-Learning: Strategies for Delivering Knowledge in the Digital Age is a high-level, enterprise-wide strategic approach to e-learning in today's organizations. Although focused on corporate organizations, the concepts and strategic tools presented in this book are applicable and appropriate for any type of organization. Organ-izations desirous to investigate the benefits of building a ''learning architecture'' (p. 33) and to understand why e-learning needs to be an integral part of this architecture, will benefit from the information in this book. The organization of this book is focused on three global themes: ''The Opportunity'' (p. 3) is the basis for comprehending the current learning environment in most organizations and the dramatic changes in the business environment, which contribute to the competitive requirement to become a learning organization. ''New Approaches for E-Learning'' (p. 41) discusses the history of e-learning and the need to change current approaches by implementing an integrated learning strategy that encompasses instruction, knowledge management, and performance support. ''Organizational Requirements for E-Learning'' (p. 151) is the 'how to' section that demonstrates the critical success factors to implementing e-learning and effective strategies to eliminate the barriers to e-learning success.Performance Improvement 01/2002; 5(2).
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