Certified Knowledge Manager (CKM®) Training Course
The CKM® is the Flagship Certification from the Knowledge Management Institute, USA. Whether public or private sector, large or small – the CKM® is the International Standard for all KM Professionals.
5-DAY WORKSHOP | HRDF SBL-KHAS CLAIMABLE | E-LEARNING & ONLINE SUPPORT
MODES OF DELIVERY
- 5-day instructor-led workshops
- Lifelong e-learning platform
- Interact with our CKM students & alumni
- Cost-effective and increased flexibility
- Highly customized training solutions
- Available on-site or off-site
- Full CKM content & syllabus
- 20 hours of in-class CKM video
- 4 Themes / 44 modules
The CKM is ideal for anyone tasked to lead or improve a Knowledge Management initiative. Whether public or private sector, large or small – the CKM is the leading international standard for all Knowledge Management professionals and the top choice for anyone interested in gaining a solid grasp of common KM principles at an advanced level with actual "hands-on" experience performing KM.
There are no prerequisites, and no technical background is required.
This Certified Knowledge Manager (CKM) Training Course usually be conducted in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Who should attend?
- Senior Managers & Executives
- Knowledge Managers
- Content Managers & Librarians
- HR & Talent Managers
- IT Professionals & Intranet / Database Managers
- Organisational Development Professionals & Consultants
- Project Managers
- Quality Managers
Key course outcomes
- Develop a Knowledge Management Vision
- Assess level of Knowledge Management Maturity
- Undertake 'No-Budget' & 'Quick-Win' KM Initiatives
- Identify & Assess Knowledge Assets
- Create Knowledge Management Plan
- Perform a Knowledge Audit
- Design your KM Methodology & Strategy
- Transform Your Organisation!
Our past CKM Graduates range from beginners to seasoned KM experts. Whether you are new or advanced, anyone can start!
FEATURED CLIENTS AND GRADUATES
CKM® COURSE SYLLABUS & OUTLINE
- Introduction to the Knowledge Age and the Knowledge Age Imperative
- KM Fundamentals and 25 Knowledge Attributes
- Knowledge Modes and the SECI Model
- Knowledge Processes (Acquire, Produce, and Integrate)
- Latest Techniques and Best Practices for KM Start-Up
- Advanced KM Methodology
- Homework: Define your "No Budget KM"
- Roadmap to KM Implementation at your Organisation
- Knowledge Intensive Activities
- KM Principles and Success Factors
- Knowledge Age Roles
- KM Start-up Techniques
- KMBOK Methodology & KMBOK Phases (I-V)
- Maturity Models and the KM Maturity Assessment
- Homework: Complete your KM Squirrel Template & Evaluate Business Case
- Knowledge Café
- Perform a KM Audit
- Create Knowledge Maps
- Develop KM Vision and KM Strategy
- Design your KM Transformation Solution
- Transformational Leadership and Strategy
- Knowledge Assessment and Evaluation
- Culture, Communication, and Collaboration
- Knowledge Asset Management
- Homework: Perform your KM Maturity Diagnosis & Design your KM Plan
- Effective Communication through Storytelling and Appreciative Enquiry
- Designing Powerful Questions
- The Knowledge Economy & Conversational Leadership
- Intellectual Property and Information Architecture
- Emerging KM Technologies and Cutting-Edge KM Sciences
- Axiology/Epistemology, Ontology, and Complex Theory
- Homework: Present your KM Plan & Gain Approval
WHY BECOME A CKM?
FAQ & FURTHER INFORMATION
I have been approached many times to explain the concept of “Knowledge Management” in the course of my work as a trainer and consultant. As a trainer, I am inclined to just define it as indicated in the literature but in all honesty, I do not believe that knowledge, which is a fluid mix of experience, insights, values, beliefs and contextualized information, can be managed. Hence the term knowledge management is a misnomer, to begin with.
In reality, at a very practical level, “knowledge management” is really an attempt to acquire, organize and apply cumulative knowledge, either individually, as a team or an organization as a whole to achieve the desired purpose. Once that purpose is achieved, more knowledge is acquired, organized and applied to achieve a higher purpose. Diagrammatically, this may be shown as indicated below
For example, a start-up company may set a goal of producing one thousand products per month initially as its purpose. It acquires and organizes knowledge on how to produce these products and applies this knowledge in terms of achieving the target set. Once that purpose is achieved, it sets a new purpose of increasing the sales of products produced and hence acquires and organizes knowledge around how to apply knowledge acquired on customer requirements to meet the sales target.
Almost all companies do this all the time. They may not call it “knowledge management” but they are managing their knowledge base as this a fundamental requirement to remain and excel in business. So why all the fuss now about “knowledge management?”
The reason is the level of knowledge management maturity that exists does not match the degree of increasing volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity that has been encroaching into the business environment. With the explosive technological breakthroughs aided by extremely high connectivity and unbelievable availability of information, we live in a different world. A world that thrives on chaos and uncertainty, rewards increasing complexity and encourages ambiguity.
There are three levels of maturity of knowledge management. The first level is called theoretical knowledge management, the second is called practical knowledge management and the third is purposeful knowledge management. Organizations have to develop an increasing level of knowledge management maturity in order to survive in an increasingly complex and uncertain business environment.
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There are no prerequisites and no technical background is required.
Time: 9.00 a.m. - 5.00 p.m.
Location: Menara Kerja Raya, Ibu Pejabat JKR, Kuala Lumpur, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur