Capture Worker Knowledge

Over the past year I have heard many experts talk about capturing the knowledge of the workforce before it leaves an organization. While there are many techniques for capturing knowledge (mentor/Protegee, Video, Expert (Knowledge Based) Systems, Wiki's, and Blogs) no one method can be used alone. Although you cannot capture a person's intuitive nature (wisdom), these methods have been proven useful in capturing mostly procedural knowledge. I have however been working on methods for knowledge capture around utilizing knowledge modeling concepts. If anyone would like to comment on methods for capturing knowledge I would like to hear from you. Also, my latest book UML for Developing Knowledge Management Systems is a good source to start this conversation. Here is the link to the book on amazon:
http://www.amazon.com/UML-Developing-Knowledge-Management-Systems/dp/0849327237/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1220390826&sr=8-1

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The Knowledge Management (KM) Depot: Capture Worker Knowledge

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Capture Worker Knowledge

Over the past year I have heard many experts talk about capturing the knowledge of the workforce before it leaves an organization. While there are many techniques for capturing knowledge (mentor/Protegee, Video, Expert (Knowledge Based) Systems, Wiki's, and Blogs) no one method can be used alone. Although you cannot capture a person's intuitive nature (wisdom), these methods have been proven useful in capturing mostly procedural knowledge. I have however been working on methods for knowledge capture around utilizing knowledge modeling concepts. If anyone would like to comment on methods for capturing knowledge I would like to hear from you. Also, my latest book UML for Developing Knowledge Management Systems is a good source to start this conversation. Here is the link to the book on amazon:
http://www.amazon.com/UML-Developing-Knowledge-Management-Systems/dp/0849327237/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1220390826&sr=8-1

I welcome your comments....

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