Knowledge and learning infrastructure
development, distribution and deployment of knowledge are the cornerstones
of success in the economy of today and tomorrow. Therefore, many organisations
have begun to implement knowledge management programmes, building
'knowledge add-ons' to the existing organisational structures.
Knowledge management has many facets. KALIF has been concerned with knowledge
management projects that
methodology focuses on a particular aspect of knowledge management: the
effective exchange of day-to-day experiences of co-workers in situations
where this could benefit an organisation (or cluster of organisations),
but where all kinds of obstacles hinder the spontaneous emergence of knowledge
to financially value the intellectual assets of an organisation;
make explicit and disclose the knowledge available in an organisation,
typically through intranet technology;
a corporate 'knowledge strategy' from the corporate business strategy;
improve the knowledge-sharing attitude of employees to create a 'knowledge
et al. 2001, pp. 18f.).
KALIF concept of knowledge management is further explained in the
final publication (Kelleher et al. 2001,
also project info on KALIF.