Knowledge and Information Management is one of the top-level categories in the Professional Knowledge and Skills Base (PKSB). It involves collecting, organising, storing and exploiting information, data, expertise and other knowledge assets which are held within an organisation, ensuring that these assets remain available for future use. Includes capturing and recording knowledge and data, reflecting on results and sharing knowledge, skills and outcomes for the benefit of others.
The PKSB is your map of the knowledge and skills in the library, information and knowledge professions. Use it as a self-assessment tool for professional development and to demonstrate your unique skill set to employers. It is also a framework for skills analysis, staff training and development plans.
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