SKiM - Knowledge Management Strategy
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Valerio Graziano, Akmal Akramkhanov, Enrico Bonaiuti. (31/12/2018). SKiM - Knowledge Management Strategy.
The Strategy’s overall goal is to engage the partners in adopting, establishing and developing KM best practices and policies, enhancing the institutional performances on the long run and fostering adoption, with a positive cascade effect on the final users of their services. Implementing institutions can also make use of this strategy to assimilate guidelines for tuning and turning the successful KM measures into a proper workflow for knowledge, further scaling-up the impact of their services and scaling-out their reach. The third level of guidance by this strategy is provided on how to connect between KM-savvy organizations, with proven KM practices and policies, to engage in a Community of Practices (CoP) weaving a network to share, confront and innovate KM measures. CoP related sub-groups, the Communities of Interest (CoI) – wide scope research networks – and Communities of Commitment (CoC) – close-knit operational networks – are also introduced as layers of interregional, the former, and national cooperation.