All organizations, whether they are in the public or private sector, require a framework of Knowledge Management. Knowledge Management can be defined as a business activity with two primary aspects: The first aspect is recognising the need to treat the knowledge component of business activities as an explicit concern of business, reflected in strategy, policy, and practice at all levels of the organization. The second aspect is making a direct connection between an organization’s intellectual assets and positive business results.
The Institute recognizes that the competitive edge of an organization is largely dependent on the top executive’s ability to make a direct connection between organizational intellectual assets and positive business results. knowledge and information have become the medium in which business problems occur and are resolved. As a result, managing knowledge represents the primary opportunity for achieving substantial savings, significant improvements in human performance, expansion of corporate capabilities and competitive advantage.
The institute’s faculty conducts Knowledge Management Programmes, both nationally and internationally. These customised programmes have been developed for the public and private sector. These programmes demonstrate how improving the management, sharing and use of knowledge throughout the organization results in improved business performance and Improved revenue generation. The outcome of becoming a complex problem-solving professional through the acquisition of this competence is achieved through project-driven Action- Learning approach in human development, in which the workplace is the laboratory of learning.