Knowledge and Information Management Processes PG (8306.3)
|Faculty:||Faculty of Arts and Design|
|Discipline:||Discipline of Humanities|
This unit focuses on the processes involved in the systemic determination of information and knowledge needs of organisations and the creation, capture, and maintenance of relevant information and knowledge as intellectual capital. Further, it is directed towards the management of information and knowledge including transferring, safeguarding, and maximising its use in the interests of tactical and strategic organisational outcomes.
1identify the processes involved in capturing, contextualising, valuing, and sharing an organisation's intellectual assets, both tacit and explicit.
2identify significant problems and solutions associated with the application and use of contemporary and developing knowledge and information management processes.
3use a systematic approach to identifying and mapping organisational knowledge and information needs.