The author studied Knowledge Management (KM) back in 2010-2012. It was fun but it is difficult to apply in real life. Most of the KM activities are driven by Academic. The question of how to make it work in real life is catching most people, including the graduates. For 8-10 years, the author has been looking for ways to apply KM in a sensible manner. The biggest challenge is how to bridge the gap between academic and real life business, and finally, this is what that is important:
Articles: Knowledge Management
A job is posted in Singapore for the position of Knowledge Organisation Specialist for MAS - the central bank, on a term of 1-year contract. It is interesting and informative in the job description and requirements. Following are some highlights:
A news dated 2020-06-19 from David Lavenda caught my attention. As part of the rollout of the Cortex Project, Microsoft is advocating for new knowledge management positions. It would be interesting to see what kind of knowledge positions are wanted, and below is the list:
Content Services Admin (aka "Knowledge Admin")
BYOS is actually a personal research project I started back in 2015 on my own, with the objective of looking for a suitable and low-cost solution to build a KM system to be used for knowledge management in organizations. It took me quite some time to reach the current solution that I have found, and the result is quite satisfactory.
I looked into different criteria that I consider important to build such a system, from different perspectives of the business needs, user needs and technology considerations.
To a lot of people who studied Knowledge Management including the author, they like it, they practice it, but they don't necessarily know how a formal KM job would look like because we did not learn enough how to put things to practice, and how to make things happens in the real business environment in organizations. The author found some job descriptions of KM positions on the internet, which serves as good references.