to (one's) knowledge

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to (one's) knowledge

Said of that which one knows or understands. A: "Is Janet coming in today?" B: "Not to my knowledge." To my knowledge, Jack is working a different shift these days. But Jill makes the schedule, so she would know for sure.
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to your ˈknowledge

from the information you have, although you may not know everything: ‘Are they divorced?’ ‘Not to my knowledge.’
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It depends on the knowledge flow from knowledge discovery to knowledge utilization; the knowledge management is actually the management for the flow of knowledge flow.
Knowledge managers are responsible for encouraging and contributing to knowledge learning and growth, as well as for harnessing knowledge to aid the practice's internal effectiveness.
Moving from perception, interpretation, and analysis to theory, one important difference between the early taxonomy and the new Circuits of Theory is that the original did not place enough emphasis on the differences between the individual and societal perspectives in relation to knowledge both existing and undiscovered.
Collaborative applications provide the capabilities needed for identifying subject matter experts who can give answers to knowledge seekers.
Carrozzo: I see three other barriers to knowledge sharing.
This report provides a comprehensive look at the way companies allocate skills and resources to Knowledge Management, how content is captured and processed for distribution and the performance indicators used to measure success.
Typically, however, knowledge management programs are headed by chief financial officers, chief information officers, human resources specialists, research directors, strategic planners, or other executives who may not be aware of the important and unique perspectives that records managers can bring to knowledge management activities.
Research publications in library and information science have been implicitly related to knowledge discovery in databases (KDD) in terms of methods and techniques, though many of them did not use the terminology "knowledge discovery in databases" explicitly.
That's a pretty powerful perspective to bring to knowledge management.
But while groupware and intranets allow desktop access to knowledge inventories, left unchecked they can lead to negative knowledge creation.
com/reports/c28521) has announced the addition of E-Learning Course - Introduction to Knowledge Management to their offering.
Research with end-user organizations conducted by The Delphi Group revealed that document management (DM) and intranets were perceived to be the most important contributing technologies to knowledge management (see Figure 2).
A Purely Sociological Approach to Knowledge Communities
With Participate, features for escalation to community and experts, organic contribution and access to knowledge assures that almost any question will get answered quickly.
Applying what is known about markets to knowledge exchange can help organizations understand why exchange does and does not happen.