The sharing of knowledge has been a fundamental part of human development since before history was first recorded. However, in the twenty-first century we find it difficult to retain knowledge in our organisations and tend to lose our memory when people retire, leave or simply go on vacation.
This book will help you to develop a knowledge management strategy for your type of organisation.
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About the Author
Judi Sandrock has twenty one years of experience in medium to large corporate environments, as well as being successful as an entrepreneur. She has extensive experience in the Mining Industry, as well as in Industrial Process Industries, and product and market development.
Judi Sandrock has been involved in the Knowledge Management field since 1998, after being coached in Memphis by Bob Buckman and Melissie Rumizen, experts and authors in the field.
Judi lectures in Knowledge Management for a number of Post Graduate – including MBA - courses at Wits, Pretoria and Johannesburg Universities. In addition, she has presented at over fifty South African Leadership and Knowledge Management-related events, and several international conferences, including key-note addresses.
She is the national facilitator and founder of the South African Knowledge Management Practitioner's Group, which has grown to over four hundred members in four regions. Judi has developed a reputation for being the South African expert in the field of managing in the knowledge economy, as well as attracting attention on the international front. Her qualifications are in Chemical Engineering, Industrial and Applied Chemistry (Wits), Project Management, Marketing Management and holds an MBA from the Gordon Institute of Business Science.
In addition she has written a book on the practical implementation of knowledge management in organisations, and is currently studying towards a PhD in Knowledge Management.