At the Core This article * discusses the state of knowledge management (KM) today * describes past and current stages of KM * explores the future of KM Knowledge management (KM) may not be as written about, about, or praised as the "next best thing" as much as it was a few years ago, but don't expect it to be downgraded to junk status any time soon.
What does KM stand for?
KM stands for Knowledge Management
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
See other definitions of KM
We have 22 other meanings of KM in our Acronym Attic
- Kilomega (archaic; now Giga-)
- Kinematic Mount
- Kingd Mickey (video game character, Kingdom Hearts)
- Kirk-Mayer, Inc
- Kiss Me
- Kitchen Manager (restaurants)
- Knight of Malta
- Knightmare (gaming clan)
- Knights of Malta (religious order)
- Konica Minolta (camera)
- Koninklijke Marine (Royal Navy)
- Krause-Mishler (numismatic catalogue)
- Krav Maga (Israeli martial art)
- Kriegsmarine (WWII German Navy)
- Kyocera Mita (various locations)
- Michaelis-Menten Constant (molececular cellular biology)
- United Kingdom to Mediterranean (routing designation; US Navy)
- Korean Medium-Range Surface-To-Air Missile
- Knowledge Management / Decision Support
Samples in periodicals archive:
If we get this right, this will be the glue that binds our company together as a truly global practice," says Jerry Leamon, global managing partner, tax and legal, for Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, the professional services firm that has made knowledge management an organization-wide initiative.
Knowledge management is an increasingly common application in the corporate sector for leveraging intellectual capital and fostering organizational learning.
Knowledge management was relatively unknown just a few years ago, but it is fast becoming one of the most widely publicized business initiatives.
At Hewlett-Packard, an innovative knowledge management initiative called Trainers Trading Post collects, catalogs, and makes available the best practices of Hewlett-Packard's internal trainers and educators.
The knowledge management (KM) discipline is growing rapidly.