I have started a new topic on wikipedia to define and
expand the management discipline of Knowledge Asset
Management, that I have been actively engaged in
I would welcome like-minded km practitioners to
contribute to this topic.
Knowledge Asset Management is a management discipline
that takes its roots from both Asset Management and
Knowledge Asset Management strives to enable the
application of an inclusive, yet standard method of
measuring, reporting and auditing critical and common
knowledge assets within Industry sectors, and across
Industry sectors, as a whole.
It goes beyond the Process-centred and Product-centred
approaches of recent years. It focuses on the identification,
development, application, measurement and reporting of
critical and strategic knowledge assets in an organization
or community, that make a significant difference to
organizational performance and decision making.
I am increasingly working with organizations that seek to
measure and report (and even start auditing) their
key knowledge assets.
Maybe knowledge asset auditing is not as far away as we