The CKS model is based on a two basic terms definition: management and knowledge. Management is understood as a deliberate act that results in an increased value. Knowledge is understood as an act that involves three necessary elements: an object of knowledge (which is known as a document), a subject of knowledge (who knows or is subject) and a context of knowledge (which determines the meaning and value of the act of knowing).On this basis we distinguish three knowledge management processes:
Strategic alignment and consolidation of Capital Systems
Identification, systematization and operation of the organization's Value Universe and Development of Metacapitals.
Definition of Referential Systems
Structuring and Operation of Capital
Knowledge Management Strategy and Metacapitals Development.
Capital Agent Management
Determination and development of value-generated capacities of productive actors and the organization as a whole
Organizational Learning Management
Value Practices Management
Core Competencies Management
Instrumental Capital Management
Determination, implementation, and development of the best adjustments of instruments that empower productive capacity of the organization´s values.
Selection and Implementation of Methods and Tools for KM Strategy instrumentation.
Selection and Implementation of Technological Platforms for KM
Center for Knowledge Systems Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Monterrey
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