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HRM Skills and Knowledge Management

  /    /  HRM Skills and Knowledge Management

This course examines the conditions in which HRM and knowledge management have become the central links between people, work, and technology in contemporary organisations. This course uses a wide range of concepts to help participants understand the management of people at the level of organisational practices, as well as in the wider, global context of contemporary economy and culture.

  • Identify, create and distribute knowledge using proven Knowledge Management (KM) practices
  • Analyse and build Social Knowledge Groups (SKG) to contribute and share knowledge
  • Convert tacit knowledge into explicit knowledge for organisational gain
  • Create new workflows to effectively share knowledge
  • Implement technological solutions and maximise your KM technology infrastructure
  • Apply a Knowledge Management architecture throughout your organisation
  • The agenda of HRM in the global economy
  • Knowledge Management and Information Technologies
  • Collecting Knowledge through Social Knowledge Groups (SKG)
  • New forms of organising in the contemporary world
  • Building Workflows for Effective Knowledge Management
  • The rise of management ideas and concepts
  • The rise and growth of HRM theories and techniques
  • The culture of Knowledge Management
  • Challenges and debates
  • Analysing management practices
Course Overview

This course examines the conditions in which HRM and knowledge management have become the central links between people, work, and technology in contemporary organisations. This course uses a wide range of concepts to help participants understand the management of people at the level of organisational practices, as well as in the wider, global context of contemporary economy and culture.

Course Objectives
  • Identify, create and distribute knowledge using proven Knowledge Management (KM) practices
  • Analyse and build Social Knowledge Groups (SKG) to contribute and share knowledge
  • Convert tacit knowledge into explicit knowledge for organisational gain
  • Create new workflows to effectively share knowledge
  • Implement technological solutions and maximise your KM technology infrastructure
  • Apply a Knowledge Management architecture throughout your organisation
Course Outline
  • The agenda of HRM in the global economy
  • Knowledge Management and Information Technologies
  • Collecting Knowledge through Social Knowledge Groups (SKG)
  • New forms of organising in the contemporary world
  • Building Workflows for Effective Knowledge Management
  • The rise of management ideas and concepts
  • The rise and growth of HRM theories and techniques
  • The culture of Knowledge Management
  • Challenges and debates
  • Analysing management practices

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