The 5 K's of Converting Green Political Party Organizational Knowledge into Profit
- Knowledge Resources
- Knowledge Types
- Knowledge Integration and
- Knowledge Outcomes
Recognize, appreciate, and use your and others' knowledge in the organization for greater results. Determine who knows what in your organization. Distinguishing the different ways of "learning" and "knowing". Unlocking others knowledge contributions to help yourself and them reach maximum potential.
Identify all the knowledge resources at your disposal and using them for greater internal and external returns. Accessing knowledge embedded in the organization's people, information systems, hard-drives, processes, and artifacts.
Identify different types of knowledge and recognizing them in yourself and others. Effectively utilizing the different types of knowledge to create better outcomes for the organization, both internally, in the marketplace and environment.
Integrate knowledge to create new ideas, processes, innovations and products. Knowledge integration mechanisms (KIMs) and when and how to use them. Recombining what you know with what others know using lessons from the Knowledge Based View (KBV).
Convert what the organization already knows (e.g. people, information systems, processes, data reserves) into something the market can and will want to purchase from you and how it helps to protect the environment. Implementing the final step to managing organizational knowledge toward profitable new products, processes, productivity, innovation and environmental sustainability.