KMKS106. Critical Success Factors: Measuring Knowledge Services
Members: $295 Non-members: $395
This course proposes techniques and tools for measuring knowledge services success, including a focus on the value of metrics and organizational service comparisons for continuous improvement. The establishment of critical success factors, benchmarking, and such methodologies add value, user evaluations, discussion tracking, the growth of intangible assets and the like are all given attention. Other topics covered include:
- Factors relating to the success of knowledge services in the organization
- Strategic learning and knowledge development and knowledge sharing as success indicators
- The external environment and its influence on success
- Knowledge-centered support for enterprise-wide success
- Identifying and utilizing success partners
A course assessment will measure and evaluate the degree of understanding that participants achieve over the learning process.
While the primary goal in developing these programs is to allow SLA members to earn a Certificate in Knowledge Management, each of these courses has inherent value and may be taken a la carte. KMKS101 is recommended, but not required, to be taken before this course.
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