This paper shows a case of KM implementation in a school with thoughtful procedures of implementing information-based and people-/interaction-based approaches.
The paper is a showcase that will shed light on the processes and lessons learned and also helps to provide a model for schools who are interested in applying KM in their schools. https://doi.org/10.1108/JKM-04-2015-0155 Download as .
Therefore, enterprises have already harnessed knowledge to a great extent with wide practice of knowledge management (KM).
The purpose of this paper is to show that KM could be applied to the education sector similar to the practice in the business world for leveraging intellectual assets.
The approach of the paper is basically conceptual and descriptive.
The paper studies the role of KM in facilitating knowledge sharing among stakeholders in TEIs in India and elaborates on the need for knowledge management in the teaching‐learning process.
A KM system called knowledge base and a document management system called Digital Archive were developed to serve as the infrastructure for knowledge sharing.
Lesson study and communities of practice (Co Ps) were adopted to be the platforms for knowledge sharing among teachers in the school.
In this paper, KM implementation was found to be effective through dual approaches: information-based and people-/interaction-based approaches.
A knowledge base and a Digital Archive as knowledge repositories and lesson study and Co Ps as platforms for knowledge sharing have been successfully established to facilitate sharing information/knowledge and nurturing a sharing culture and trust.