Knowledge Management Advent – Door 6: Knowledge Asset #KMAdvent17

Time taken: Create, use, update

What is a Knowledge Asset?

Knowledge and experience captured and packaged where people can find it so it can be used in the future.1 Knowledge Assets can contain key information, lessons learned or stories.

Stages include:

  • Collecting the material needed
  • Create the asset
  • Publish and maintain it

How can LKS create Knowledge Assets and what are the benefits?

Assets are designed to support staff within an organisation with something they are working on or should be aware of. LKS are perfectly placed to identify audiences, research topics and create a resource that will help others. Policy briefings, for example, can be time consuming but employing ‘do once and share’ the work can be divided.

Knowledge Management goals achieved:

  • Connecting people to the evidence base
  • Connecting people to best practice
  • Sharing learning

Knowledge Management Stories

Case study – Nurse Revalidation Knowledge Guide

Examples of Policy Briefings on MAP toolkit

HEE KM Policy Briefing example

eWIN Apprenticeship Levy Hot Topic

eWIN Sustainability and Transformation Plan Hot Topic

Find out more

1 Knowledge Asset postcard

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Note on using the calendar:

The calendar is a PowerPoint slide deck. When you view the slideshow it becomes interactive. Click the door number once to reveal the cartoon behind, and then click the cartoon to reveal the tool. To go back to the calendar when you have opened a door click the image in the bottom right of the slide. You can view the doors in any order and view the next tool by clicking on anywhere in the slide.

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