Mission critical knowledge mapping

Management objectives

  • Improve your organization’s decision-making
  • Protect your organization from loss of personal knowledge
  • Measure the knowledge value of your IT investment

An organization’s knowledge is the information that its people and systems have ‘captured’ in any form. The purpose of corporate knowledge is to make decisions to act, in order to meet performance objectives. A Kesteven mission critical knowledge mapping project is an assessment of the quality, quantity, and timeliness of the information available to support your organization’s decision-making. The objective of the project is to answer these questions —

The Kesteven mission critical knowledge mapping project

The mission critical knowledge mapping project

History

The Kesteven mission critical knowledge mapping methodology was developed, and is supported, by Dr Jack Jacoby. Jack's qualifications include a Doctorate of Business Administration (in organizational accountability to shareholders and shareholder metrics and their implications on business planning); a Master of Business Administration ; Bachelor of Arts (Sociology and Economics). Jack is an Adjunct Professor at RMIT University, Graduate School of Business and Law. He is also Chairman, Future CEO Group, CEO Institute

He is also, or has been, a trained mediator, a Certified Management Consultant (CMC) with the Institute of Management Consultants in Australia; and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management, Fellow of the Australian Society of Senior Executives; Associate Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management; Associate Fellow of the Australian Marketing Institute; Member of the Australian Market Research Society; Committee Member of the Victorian Dispute Resolution Association, and a Member of the National Speakers Association of Australia.

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