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Occupation/Title
Librarian
Organization
Parastatal
Organization Type
Government agency/Bilateral
Organization URL
http://www.ub.bw
Areas of KM Expertise
Organisational Learning, Social Web/Web 2.0, Participatory Decision-Making, Information Management, Evaluating and Monitoring KM
Email ID
mosadisadi@yahoo.com
Blog URL
http://gothusangmnnkht49
Other Interests
research, library, records management
Languages Spoken
Setswana and English

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THE IMPORTANCE OF KNOWLEDGE PRESERVATION

knowledge is vital for sustaianable and economic growth of the global village. It is used daily to pursue organisational decisions and is also used as reference and in so doing the organisation can be able to forsee the future ahead. Both tacit and explicit knowledge needs to be nurtured and preserved.

Posted on October 28, 2011 at 9:33am

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At 5:45pm on November 29, 2010, Hermon Ogbamichael said…
Dear all,
I trust that you are all doing well!
I have got your e-mails on km4dev.org when I was searching for virtual communities of practice for my research survey. My name is Hermon B. Ogbamichael. I am a student at Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) in Cape Town, South Africa. I am trying to do a research on how to efficiently exchange knowledge in virtual communities of practice (like that of km4dev.org...). Therefore, I would really appreciate if you assist me in filling the survey that I developed (will only take maximum 20 minutes...). Please follow the link below to fill in the survey:

http://freeonlinesurveys.com/rendersurvey.asp?sid=tz5n55gjai72qgr834948

I also highly appreciate if you can forward this to other VCoP members who are involved in knowledge/information exchange.
Best Regards,
Hermon B. Ogbamichael
Cape Peninsula University of Technology
Student No: 201083922
South Africa
 
 
 

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