Knowledge Mgt Discussion for Response

Discussion response/reply to 2 original post, average 1/2 page per Discussion Topic….APA format. Maximum of 1 page total.

In responding to Learning Activities and to other students, please be sure to use the course material using in-text citations and a reference list to cite the source
(s) used. Please label each paragraph.

(1) Learning Activity #1 for Response to (LT)
Discuss the politics of information seeking and what this implies for successful knowledge management applications.
Answer

Politics can have a major impact on information seeking. Many fail to “look under the hood”(Dalkir,2005) when use search engines, and how results are developed. Most
would automatically suggest that the best answer should come as the first result. However, that is a far fetched result, as results can be favored, and more subjective
at the expense of others. Agreements can be made as well. Ever search something on Google, and the first 5 results are “sponsored”? These are agreements made between
companies to which they can market their business in exchange for money. It’s disappointing but also expected these days.

Due to a massive amount of trust, in what the computer says (Dalkir,2005), we don’t second guess our results. We imply successful knowledge management applications by
using relevant, up-to-date information. By seeking knowledge repositories as knowledge warehouses, most obtain and save all information as they believe it can be of
use at some point in time(Dalkir,2005). By having successful results with knowledge management applicants, content must be valid in order to achieve success.

Resources

Dalkir, K. (2005). Knowledge Management in Theory and Practice. Elsevier; Oxford, England
(2) Learning Activity #2 for Response to (LH)

Which do you feel are the key priorities to be addressed in order for KM to continue to evolve and become better embedded in critical business processes?

The key priorities to be addressed in the KM to continue to evolve and become better embedded in critical business process are:

· Strong KM leader
· Annual meetings
· Set basic goals
· Engage with other KM programs
Garfield believes that having a strong KM leader will ensure that the KM team has only strong members (2014). KM programs are only as strong as the people that lead it
(Garfield, S., 2014). Annual meetings for KM leaders will keep them informed, and collaborating. Engaging in with other KM programs, both internal and external is
vital to an organizations growth. Knowledge sharing allows organizations can learn from other mistakes, when can be very beneficial.

Garfield, S. (2014). 10 priorities for a knowledge management program. Linkedin.com Retrieved fromhttps://www.linkedin.com/pulse/20140908172433-2500783-10-priorities-
for-a-knowledge-management-program

Week 8 Discussion for Response

Discussion response/reply to 2 original post, average 1/2 page per Discussion Topic….APA format. Maximum of 1 page total.
In responding to Learning Activities and to other students, please be sure to use the course material using in-text citations and a reference list to cite the source
(s) used. Please label each paragraph.

(1) Learning Activity #1 for Response to (LT)

Discuss the politics of information seeking and what this implies for successful knowledge management applications.
Answer
Politics can have a major impact on information seeking. Many fail to “look under the hood”(Dalkir,2005) when use search engines, and how results are developed. Most
would automatically suggest that the best answer should come as the first result. However, that is a far fetched result, as results can be favored, and more subjective
at the expense of others. Agreements can be made as well. Ever search something on Google, and the first 5 results are “sponsored”? These are agreements made between
companies to which they can market their business in exchange for money. It’s disappointing but also expected these days.
Due to a massive amount of trust, in what the computer says (Dalkir,2005), we don’t second guess our results. We imply successful knowledge management applications by
using relevant, up-to-date information. By seeking knowledge repositories as knowledge warehouses, most obtain and save all information as they believe it can be of
use at some point in time(Dalkir,2005). By having successful results with knowledge management applicants, content must be valid in order to achieve success.
Resources
Dalkir, K. (2005). Knowledge Management in Theory and Practice. Elsevier; Oxford, England

(2) Learning Activity #2 for Response to (LH)

Which do you feel are the key priorities to be addressed in order for KM to continue to evolve and become better embedded in critical business processes?

The key priorities to be addressed in the KM to continue to evolve and become better embedded in critical business process are:
• Strong KM leader
• Annual meetings
• Set basic goals
• Engage with other KM programs
Garfield believes that having a strong KM leader will ensure that the KM team has only strong members (2014). KM programs are only as strong as the people that lead it
(Garfield, S., 2014). Annual meetings for KM leaders will keep them informed, and collaborating. Engaging in with other KM programs, both internal and external is
vital to an organizations growth. Knowledge sharing allows organizations can learn from other mistakes, when can be very beneficial.

Garfield, S. (2014). 10 priorities for a knowledge management program. Linkedin.com Retrieved fromhttps://www.linkedin.com/pulse/20140908172433-2500783-10-priorities-
for-a-knowledge-management-program

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Knowledge Mgt Discussion for Response

Discussion response/reply to 2 original post, average 1/2 page per Discussion Topic….APA format. Maximum of 1 page total.

In responding to Learning Activities and to other students, please be sure to use the course material using in-text citations and a reference list to cite the source
(s) used. Please label each paragraph.

(1) Learning Activity #1 for Response to (LT)
Discuss the politics of information seeking and what this implies for successful knowledge management applications.
Answer

Politics can have a major impact on information seeking. Many fail to “look under the hood”(Dalkir,2005) when use search engines, and how results are developed. Most
would automatically suggest that the best answer should come as the first result. However, that is a far fetched result, as results can be favored, and more subjective
at the expense of others. Agreements can be made as well. Ever search something on Google, and the first 5 results are “sponsored”? These are agreements made between
companies to which they can market their business in exchange for money. It’s disappointing but also expected these days.

Due to a massive amount of trust, in what the computer says (Dalkir,2005), we don’t second guess our results. We imply successful knowledge management applications by
using relevant, up-to-date information. By seeking knowledge repositories as knowledge warehouses, most obtain and save all information as they believe it can be of
use at some point in time(Dalkir,2005). By having successful results with knowledge management applicants, content must be valid in order to achieve success.

Resources

Dalkir, K. (2005). Knowledge Management in Theory and Practice. Elsevier; Oxford, England
(2) Learning Activity #2 for Response to (LH)

Which do you feel are the key priorities to be addressed in order for KM to continue to evolve and become better embedded in critical business processes?

The key priorities to be addressed in the KM to continue to evolve and become better embedded in critical business process are:

· Strong KM leader
· Annual meetings
· Set basic goals
· Engage with other KM programs
Garfield believes that having a strong KM leader will ensure that the KM team has only strong members (2014). KM programs are only as strong as the people that lead it
(Garfield, S., 2014). Annual meetings for KM leaders will keep them informed, and collaborating. Engaging in with other KM programs, both internal and external is
vital to an organizations growth. Knowledge sharing allows organizations can learn from other mistakes, when can be very beneficial.

Garfield, S. (2014). 10 priorities for a knowledge management program. Linkedin.com Retrieved fromhttps://www.linkedin.com/pulse/20140908172433-2500783-10-priorities-
for-a-knowledge-management-program

Week 8 Discussion for Response

Discussion response/reply to 2 original post, average 1/2 page per Discussion Topic….APA format. Maximum of 1 page total.
In responding to Learning Activities and to other students, please be sure to use the course material using in-text citations and a reference list to cite the source
(s) used. Please label each paragraph.

(1) Learning Activity #1 for Response to (LT)

Discuss the politics of information seeking and what this implies for successful knowledge management applications.
Answer
Politics can have a major impact on information seeking. Many fail to “look under the hood”(Dalkir,2005) when use search engines, and how results are developed. Most
would automatically suggest that the best answer should come as the first result. However, that is a far fetched result, as results can be favored, and more subjective
at the expense of others. Agreements can be made as well. Ever search something on Google, and the first 5 results are “sponsored”? These are agreements made between
companies to which they can market their business in exchange for money. It’s disappointing but also expected these days.
Due to a massive amount of trust, in what the computer says (Dalkir,2005), we don’t second guess our results. We imply successful knowledge management applications by
using relevant, up-to-date information. By seeking knowledge repositories as knowledge warehouses, most obtain and save all information as they believe it can be of
use at some point in time(Dalkir,2005). By having successful results with knowledge management applicants, content must be valid in order to achieve success.
Resources
Dalkir, K. (2005). Knowledge Management in Theory and Practice. Elsevier; Oxford, England

(2) Learning Activity #2 for Response to (LH)

Which do you feel are the key priorities to be addressed in order for KM to continue to evolve and become better embedded in critical business processes?

The key priorities to be addressed in the KM to continue to evolve and become better embedded in critical business process are:
• Strong KM leader
• Annual meetings
• Set basic goals
• Engage with other KM programs
Garfield believes that having a strong KM leader will ensure that the KM team has only strong members (2014). KM programs are only as strong as the people that lead it
(Garfield, S., 2014). Annual meetings for KM leaders will keep them informed, and collaborating. Engaging in with other KM programs, both internal and external is
vital to an organizations growth. Knowledge sharing allows organizations can learn from other mistakes, when can be very beneficial.

Garfield, S. (2014). 10 priorities for a knowledge management program. Linkedin.com Retrieved fromhttps://www.linkedin.com/pulse/20140908172433-2500783-10-priorities-
for-a-knowledge-management-program

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