Why Knowledge Management System Fails

As a continuation from my topic regarding Knowledge Management System before, this article titled Why Knowledge Management System (KMS) Fails will focus on the reasons why KMS fails in most organisations. There are several reasons why KMS initiatives fails within an organisations, from the technical side of the KMS to the habit of human beings. All of them plays a vital role in the success of a KMS. For this article, we will be discussing five of the most common reasons why KMS fails. Continue reading “Why Knowledge Management System Fails”

Knowledge Management System

To kick start my list of articles, I would like to talk about Knowledge Management, specifically a tool used to manage knowledge which is a Knowledge Management System (KMS). A KMS is used in an organisation as a means to store precious knowledge that is available in employees. The main reason why many companies adopt the use of KMS is to ensure that all of the knowledge that resides in their employees is transferred to the company first before the employee leaves the company. KMS is also defined as a method of handling information and resources within an organisation effectively and efficiently. Continue reading “Knowledge Management System”