Video Presentation

The FLICC Content Management Working Group's
Discussion Series:
Demystifying Knowledge Management


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Knowledge management is a concept which has been used in many different ways. The KM.gov Web site defines it as a “discipline dedicated to more intentional means of people creating and sharing knowledge—data, information, and understanding in a social context—to perform the right organizational or business actions.” Join panelists from a variety of agencies and from FLICC’s Content Management Working Group for a discussion of the broad view of knowledge management and attempts to integrate or relate the various perspectives in use by federal knowledge managers.

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Presented August 15, 2001.

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