Development of Micro and Pilot Projects, Evaluation of Technologies, and Developing Data/Information Infrastructure

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Successful organizations are continuously looking for better ways to improve efficiency. Knowledge management (KM) in institutions is essentially based on an understanding of knowledge creation and knowledge transfer. At Tarrant County College, we are currently developing a District-wide knowledge management (KM) program. This KM process is implemented via micro pilot projects and processes; and an analysis of current technology, structure, and culture. We carefully try to anticipate challenges we will encounter as the project is executed (geographical distance during a pandemic, cultural barriers, dealing with tacit knowledge…). Next, we carefully begin to create a road map for the KM process … continued below

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Helge, Kris & Alemneh, Daniel Gelaw December 2020.

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  • Helge, Kris Tarrant County College, Director of Knowledge and Resource Management. Email: Kristyn.helge@tccd.edu
  • Alemneh, Daniel Gelaw University of North Texas, Supervisor, Digital Curation Unit. Email: Daniel.Alemneh@unt.edu

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Successful organizations are continuously looking for better ways to improve efficiency. Knowledge management (KM) in institutions is essentially based on an understanding of knowledge creation and knowledge transfer. At Tarrant County College, we are currently developing a District-wide knowledge management (KM) program. This KM process is implemented via micro pilot projects and processes; and an analysis of current technology, structure, and culture. We carefully try to anticipate
challenges we will encounter as the project is executed (geographical distance during a pandemic, cultural barriers, dealing with tacit knowledge…). Next, we carefully begin to create a road map for the KM process including: Establishing objectives, preparing culture change, creating a high-level process, identifying KM/communication/knowledge dissemination gaps, selecting appropriate technology, and deciphering the current status of KM throughout the District. Then, we attempt to implement our KM process via micro pilot projects. We will soon develop methods for evaluating our KM workflow. Our initial results suggest Laserfiche might be able to host 70% of or data and information, however other tools such as ITSM, Microsoft TEAMS, Team Dynamics… will also be needed to host data and information.

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The International Conference on Knowledge Management (ICKM) provides researchers and practitioners from all over the world a forum for discussion and exchange of ideas concerning theoretical and practical aspects of Knowledge Management. ICKM 2020 held December 3-5 as a virtual meeting using Cisco WebEx (technical support from NC Central University, Durham, NC) and hosted by the Knowledge and Information Professional Association (KIPA). The conference theme is “Knowledge Commons in the City of Medicine,” covering the institutional analysis of data and the development of knowledge sharing in any subject area.

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  • 16th International Conference on Knowledge Management (ICKM-2020), December 3-5, 2020. Virtual meeting using Cisco WebEx (technical support from NC Central University), Durham, NC, United States

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Helge, Kris & Alemneh, Daniel Gelaw. Development of Micro and Pilot Projects, Evaluation of Technologies, and Developing Data/Information Infrastructure, paper, December 2020; (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1813450/: accessed June 18, 2024), University of North Texas Libraries, UNT Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT College of Information.

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