If you were tasked with hiring consultants to perform knowledge engineering for your organization, what abilities, understandings and skills would you look for in consultants? How would you rank order the importance of these characteristics? Is it important for them to have experience in your industry sector? With organizations of similar size? With your geographical region? Discuss your search strategy.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 10:01 pm ad1c9bdddf
The Chief Knowledge Officer (CKO) needs to broadly possess two major attributes - leading and managing qualities. He needs to be an entrepreneur and a strategist who can understand the implications of using KM to transform organisations. At the same time he needs to be a consultant to listen to other people's ideas, incorporate them and nurture them if they fit the knowledge vision.
As for managing qualities, he needs to be techno-savvy. The CKO has to ...
Hiring consultants for knowledge engineering
How Consulting Firms Manage Their Knowledge
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1. Choose a company and briefly describe its business and uniqueness in its industry. Now compare its management practices with the 6 principles (see attachment) described in the lecture portion of the Module 3 Readings. Is the company on the right track?
Support your response with solid reasoning. Would you add one or more principles to the list? What principles would you add and why?
2. Apart from the example described in the lecture (Nypro, Inc.), select a firm that used to be innovative, in your opinion, but lost its fire/spirit over the years. What are the reasons for the decline? Describe fully.
3. What is the best strategy: blue ocean strategy or strategy de facto? Elaborate through one example of each. Support your response thoroughly.View Full Posting Details