A knowledge management (KM) implementation strategy is intended to deal with the problem of knowledge loss, in another words, is simply a plan that describes how an organization will retain its knowledge better for the benefit of that organization and its stakeholders. Herein, an organization is critically in loss knowledge position when some of its experienced workers retire or leave the organization. So the firm should seek to implement management solutions and design the structure system, tools, and processes based on these knowledge losses to retain and shared this knowledge. It can be divided into two distinct categories which are knowledge management techniques and knowledge management technologies. We propose that in order to improve the knowledge loss within the organization, its knowledge management implementation should utilize a combination of both knowledge management techniques and knowledge management technologies. The best KM implementation strategies will help the organization to remain successful even after the loss of its key workers, and we can put the right talent to fill the key positions.
Therefore, in the following sections we will elaborate more the two methods that we can prevent or mitigate the knowledge loss that the organization may encounter, and these two methods are:
1.0 Knowledge management techniques
Knowledge management techniques are most effective procedure at capturing employees’ tacit knowledge because many of the knowledge management techniques involve human interaction where contextual knowledge can be transferred. The tacit knowledge such as best practice performed in an organization, management skills is hard to codify and store. Thus, we suggested the knowledge management techniques for...
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...sier for the future generation to make a reference. The databases include all documentation related to prior cases and proposal on which the firm has consulted. Such documentation includes proposal, memos, presentations, reports and other relevant analyses. These documentation provided consultants with a valuable source of knowledge. In addition, the internet has allowed for global access to such knowledge database so that employees can store and retrieve information on a worldwide basis. The knowledge storage tools should design to be easy to use or the organizations may require substantial user training.
2.2 Search and retrieval software package
This tool allows the user to easily search for and locate information within a knowledge database or the other knowledge repository. These tools include tools which allow users to locate specific within or outside a firm.