Knowledge Management Initiative - Expert Locator Essay by David, PhD Student

Knowledge Management Initiative - Expert Locator
An analysis of a Knowledge Management (KM) initiative of an expert locator presented for corporate knowledge management.
# 6424 | 1,600 words | 6 sources | APA | 2002 | US
Published on Feb 08, 2003 in Business (Information Mgmt. and Systems) , Business (Management)

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An explanation of the process, culture, and technology in an expert locator format that are required to facilitate true collaboration and tacit knowledge reuse. This KM initiative proposes the process, culture, and technology required to capture the experts within Raytheon Electronic Systems into an expert locator to facilitate and expedite knowledge transfer between organizations and employees. This set of processes, cultural model, and technology assist in the capture, storage, and dissemination of expert locator data to all business units within Raytheon Electronic Systems. Effectiveness of the expert locator system are also captured through Oregon Productivity Matrix method of organizational performance measurement.

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"Raytheon Electronic Systems, a business within Raytheon Company, employs over 50,000 in disciplines across engineering, manufacturing, sales, business, information technology, and many others. These 50,000+ employees are spread over a dozen locations within the United States and several foreign countries. There is a need for a standard, simplified, easily accessible expert locator system to improve knowledge transfer and reuse in major projects and initiatives."

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