Teaching Knowledge

Applying fuzzy integral for evaluating intensity of knowledge work in jobs

... characteristic based. Ramirez (2006) defined knowledge workers on the basis of four knowledge work principles (Ramirez, 2006, 2008): - Knowledge work can be stated as a continuum, which varies from 0% to 100% knowledge work. - Knowledge work is defined based on job characteristics (what the worker does) with no regarding of “who is knowledge worker”. - Work or job ... implications of the shift to knowledge work. The knowledge management yearbook 2000–2001, 3-11. Overbeek, S.J. (2007), Improving efficiency and effectiveness of knowledge exchange between knowledge workers, Journal of Knowledge Management, 5(1), 24-38. Pan, W., Liu, J., & Hawryszkiewycz, I. (2008, April). A method for describing knowledge work processes. ... definition of knowledge work is adopted and an appropriate framework is proposed to quantify knowledge work intensity of jobs. The rest of this paper is organized as follows: section 2 provides literature review in the field of knowledge work definitions and knowledge work quantification frameworks. Section 3 presents characteristics of knowledge work
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Investigation of Pre-service Teachers’ Attitudes towards Teaching Profession in a Teaching Formation Certification Program(SDÜ Sample)

... Teachers’ Attitudes towards Teaching Profession in a Teaching Formation Certification Program (SDÜ Sample) ABSTRACT In this study, pre-service teachers’ attitudes towards teaching profession were examined using different variables. The results reveals that, pre-service teacher candidates are interested in the teaching profession, enjoyed teaching profession, ... and have a higher level of commitment to teaching profession. Moreover pre-service teachers’ attitudes toward the professional responsibility and the social reputation of the teaching profession were positive according to the data analyzed. There is significant difference were found in terms of the interest of teaching profession, enjoying the profession, ... education, their graduation area, and the job sector. There is also significant difference was found in the reputation of teaching profession and professional responsibility in terms of the job sector pre-service teachers’ employed. Keywords: Teaching formation certificate program, attitude scale, teacher profession, and teachers’ attitudes toward teacher
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Teaching and learning of ethics in Malaysian Medical Schools: The challenges

... number has greatly increased, through the application of new genetic approaches; for example, an analysis of genes in chromosome 1p36 that are linked to bone mineral density.9 Knowledge of the contributions of specific candidate genes to the overall susceptibility of a patient to osteoporosis point the way to the development of appropriate genetic markers ... people. What is Malaysia doing to prevent this incipient epidemic? If the answer is “not enough”, then the time for change to this situation has come with the huge expansion of knowledge of the causes and the variety of means of avoidance, diagnosis and treatment of this distressing disorder which has become clear in recent years. While osteoporosis cannot
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... International Journal of Languages’ Education and Teaching ISSN: 2198 – 4999, Mannheim – GERMANY Volume 3/1 April 2015 p. 273-287 THE SIGNIFICANCE OF ORKHON INSCRIPTIONS IN TURKISH LANGUAGE TEACHING IN TERMS OF VALUE TRANSFER I: TUNYUQUQ MONUMENT ORHUN ABİDELERİNİN TÜRKÇE ÖĞRETİMİNDE DEĞER AKTARIMI ... the values taken into account in social studies largely (MEB, 2005) highly are parallel (75%). Tunyuquq Monument is a rich work which should be used in training activities for teaching Turkish and value transfer. Key Words: Language, psychoanalytic criticism, structuralism, semiology, intertextuality. 1 2 Yrd. Doç. Dr. Yüzüncü Yıl Üniversitesi, Türkçe ... ilmek ilmek işlediği; kişioğlunun varlığına mana kazandıran önemli bir iletişim-etkileşim aracı olarak değerlendirilebilir. International Journal of Languages’ Education and Teaching Volume 3/1 April 2015 p. 273-287 ORHUN ABİDELERİNİN TÜRKÇE ÖĞRETİMİNDE DEĞER AKTARIMI AÇISINDAN ÖNEMİ I: TONYUKUK ABİDESİ 275 Bireylerin millet olmalarında önemli
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Pre-Service Teachers Methods of Teaching Science

... subscriptions. Instructional Materials (IMs) Used in Teaching Science Subjects Knowledge transfer is a vague job for teachers without the use of materials. These materials can make teaching complexities become simple. Audiovisual aids are the general types of materials being used in teaching. The use of these materials in the process of teaching can be effective in arousing ... of effective modalities in teaching, studies show that lack of methodology in teaching results to the declining level of knowledge- input and analytical skills among high school and elementary students (Lardizabal, 1977). The description and investigation of the methods, strategies, techniques and instructional materials in teaching can help the pre-service ... types. These new methods in teaching can help improve performances of pupils/students at the same time foster critical thinking (Popil, 2011) in science. In addition, good choice of teaching method can help pre-service teachers adapt her/his teaching style to the student learning style (Iura & Neacsu, 2011) at an early stage of teaching learning. 73
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An apparent lack of epidemiologic association between hepatitis C virus knowledge and the prevalence of hepatitis C infection in a national survey in Egypt.

... Basic knowledge of HCV was found to be high, but multiple gaps were identified in the specific knowledge of HCV and its modes of transmission. There was no statistically significant difference in HCV prevalence between those who have heard of HCV infection and those who have not (14.4% vs. 15.9%, p..05). Similar results were found for the other HCV knowledge ... characterized information related to exposure to HCV knowledge that was collected in the EDHS. A list of the relevant HCV knowledge questions along with the number label provided for each question (Q) are presented in Table S1 of the Supporting Information. We subsequently examined the association between exposure to HCV knowledge and HCV antibody positivity using ... 11,523 completed the HCV biomarker testing. General information related to the level of knowledge about HCV by sociodemographic attributes can be found in the EDHS report [8]. Table 1 presents different measures of HCV knowledge and the association between measures of HCV knowledge and HCV antibody positivity. The table shows that 82.1% (95% CI: 81.3– 82.9%)
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Assessing Active Alternatives for Teaching Programming

... Education Volume 2, 2003 Assessing Active Alternatives for Teaching Programming Sandra Poindexter Northern Michigan University, Marquette, MI, USA spoindex@nmu.edu Executive Summary Active learning and cooperative learning are two alternatives to the traditional lecture/lab approach to teaching software development. Evidence supporting use of ... this paper assesses the value of active and peer learning environments in programming courses. Keywords: innovative teaching, active learning, cooperative learning, peer learning, problem-based learning, programming, software development, teaching and learning, web-enhanced Literature Review History and Definitions In the introductory chapter of ... problemsolving abilities and knowledge gain, and the teamwork fostered growth in communication and collaboration skills (Lippert & Granger, 1997). Granger and Lippert (1999) later expanded their use of peer learning across the IS curriculum and are supported by other researchers in similar IS or related technical studies. Hyper-link teaching was documented
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Teaching geometrical principles to design students

... + 2 (1 - t) tP1 + t2 P2, t ∈ [0, 1] Teaching such abstract and technical topics to design students is challenging and we experimented with new approaches for industrial design students (Vlist et al., 2008). In 104 Teaching? ??geometrical
 this study, we describe a new method of teaching geometry to industrial design ... http://www.digitalcultureandeducation.com/cms/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/dce1015_bartneck_2009.pdf PLEASE SCROLL DOWN FOR ARTICLE Feijs
 Teaching Geometrical Principles to Design Students Abstract Loe Feijs & Christoph Bartneck Department of Industrial Design Eindhoven University of Technology We propose a new method of teaching the principles of geometry to design students. The students focus on a ... authors http://www.digitalcultureandeducation.com/ Teaching geometrical principles to design students Loe Feijs & Christoph Bartneck Department of Industrial Design Eindhoven University of Technology Online Publication Date: 15 December 2009 To cite this Article: Feijs, L. & Bartneck, C. (2009). Teaching geometric principles to design students.
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Knowledge Attitude and Practice Regarding Micronutrient in Secondary School Student of Tribal Area in Gujarat

... their importance and their source plays vital role. Objective: to assess knowledge regarding important micronutrients in tribal students. Methodology: It is a cross sectional study conducted in 348 secondary school students of tribal area. Observations: Questionnaire regarding knowledge revealed that 83 (23.9%) student had never heard of vitamin A, ... Questionnaire regarding knowledge revealed that 83 (23.9%) student had never heard of vitamin A, while 103 (29.6%) and 72 (20.7%) student had never heard of Iron and Iodine respectively. This was a quite alarming fact that in spite of being a secondary school student significant number of student had never of these micronutrients (Table 1). Knowledge of Functions ... (23.9%) student had never heard of vitamin A, while 103 (29.6%) and 72 (20.7%) student had never heard of Iron and Iodine respectively. Gender wise analysis revealed that overall knowledge of micronutrients is comparatively higher among the girls. Recommendations: School children should be specially targeted in IEC campaign to decrease burden of micronutrient
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"Broadband" Bioinformatics Skills Transfer with the Knowledge Transfer Programme (KTP): Educational Model for Upliftment and Sustainable Development.

... to the shortage of practical skills within the research community in Africa. However, the Knowledge Transfer Programme (KTP) aims to match African computational biomedical research questions with knowledgeable experts. This has great benefits, not only for sharing knowledge but also for sustaining further collaborations between local African researchers ... for the transfer of knowledge; access to all the trainings offered locally; opportunity to establish collaboration links with fellow associates or experts on the project; direct implementation of the acquired knowledge. International experience and exposure to an African setting for doing research; opportunity to share and transfer knowledge as a project ... [11, 12, 28]. The KTP aims to develop a network with a centralized hub through which knowledge seekers from African institutes or companies and knowledge providers or experts from around the world are put into contact with one another, and exchanges of skills and knowledge are facilitated through an online KTP system. The focus of the programme is
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Process based inventory of isoprenoid emissions from European forests: model comparisons, current knowledge and uncertainties

... Physics (ACP). Please refer to the corresponding final paper in ACP if available. Process based inventory of isoprenoid emissions from European forests: model comparisons, current knowledge and uncertainties T. Keenan1, U¨ . Niinemets2, S. Sabate1,3, C. Gracia1,3, and J. Pen˜ uelas1,4 1CREAF, Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB), 08193 Barcelona, Spain ... Page Abstract Introduction Conclusions References Tables Figures Back Close Full Screen / Esc Printer-friendly Version Interactive Discussion Abstract Large uncertainties exist in our knowledge of regional emissions of non-methane biogenic volatile organic compounds (BVOC). We address these uncertainties through a two-pronged approach by compiling a state of ... isoprene and monoterpene models apply different values of ε. 2.1.3 Martin et al. model Martin et al. (2000) developed a process based approach for isoprene emissions using the knowledge of the biochemical pathway of isoprene synthesis, thus providing 10 a highly mechanistic model. As the rate of isoprene emission will be governed by the rate of the
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Construction and modification of the autonomy of school mathematical knowledge in Portugal

... need to evaluate the job performance of teachers, argues that teaching knowledge has special characteristics which distinguish it (and, in a way, give autonomy) either from general pedagogical knowledge, or from scientific knowledge, and named it pedagogical content knowledge. To him this knowledge, deeply attached to professional practice, is very different ... Dissertation for State Exam, Escola Normal Superior de Lisboa. Lisbon, Portugal. Shulman, L. (1986). Those who understand: Knowledge growth in teaching. Educational Researcher, 15(2), 4-14. Shulman, L. (1987). Knowledge and teaching: Foundations of the new reform. Harvard Educational Review, 57(1-22). Silva, L. (2002). A instrução secundária nas ... 8). These two researchers, while working in different areas, highlight the specific nature of the knowledge associated with particular school disciplines. In this article I will term it school knowledge. This study focuses on the gradual changes of autonomy of school knowledge. Academically, it walks on the borders between the professional development field,
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Teaching Software Engineering: Problems and Suggestions

... ISSN (Online): 1694-0814 www.IJCSI.org Teaching Software Engineering: Problems and Suggestions 232 Osama Shata Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Qatar University Doha, Qatar Abstract Teaching Software Engineering is a challenging task. This paper presents some problems encountered during teaching the course of software engineering ... during teaching the SE course are related to its title while others are related to its contents. We begin with those related to its title. 2.1 Course Title One of the first problems faced during teaching the course was to explain its title and why the word “engineering” was in its title. The IEEE Computer Society’s Software Engineering Body of Knowledge ... discipline at all is not new [7, 8, and 9]. Also, the teaching of Software Engineering as a subject is in continuous debate [10, 11]. It is not the goal of this paper to add to the doubts about the Software Engineering as a discipline or its education, but rather to find solutions to problems encountered during teaching the course. We find that Alistair’s justification
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Extended criteria and predictors in college admission: Exploring the structure of study success and investigating the validity of domain knowledge

... b) corrected item-test correlation was rit > .1. These criteria were applied to all three knowledge tests. Following these criteria, six items were eliminated in the English knowledge tests, four items in the Mathematic knowledge test and 12 items in the Biology knowledge test. Two items with difficulties higher than P > .9 were not excluded from further ... success” by taking into account undergraduate college grades as well as acquired knowledge in Psychology, measured through a curricular valid Psychology knowledge test. In Study 3, we strived to separate fluid and crystallized intelligence, conceptualized as domain specific knowledge, in student admission for German Psychology departments. We have explored ... the measurement models for the Psychology knowledge test and undergraduate grades. In the first structural model, a g-factor model for undergraduate GPA and Psychology knowledge test was calculated (Model 4). In the second structural model, two correlated latent factors for undergraduate GPA and Psychology knowledge test were assumed (Model 5). In the
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Review of the effects of protection in marine protected areas: current knowledge and gaps

... Martín–Sosa, P. & Vaselli, S., 2011. Review of the effects of protection in marine protected areas: current knowledge and gaps. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation, 34.1: 191–203. Abstract Review of the effects of protection in marine protected areas: current knowledge and gaps.— The effectiveness of marine protected areas (MPAs) and the conservation of marine ... Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 34.1 (2011) 191 Review of the effects of protection in marine protected areas: current knowledge and gaps C. Ojeda–Martínez, J. T. Bayle–Sempere, P. Sánchez–Jerez, F. Salas, B. Stobart, R. Goñi, J. M. Falcón, M. Graziano, I. Guala, R. Higgins, F. Vandeperre, L. ... obtain studies of Southern Europe due to geographical proximity and Southeast Asia by being more available, obtaining results influenced by these events. However, the transfer of knowledge has not been as effective as the technical reports. Once again, the causes of this fact cannot be concluded directly from our review. Taking into account our experience,
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... What is knowledge- based Authentication?, http://searchsecurity.techtarget.com/definition/knowledgebased-authentication. [2] Knowledge Based Authentication, http://csrc.nist.gov/archive/kba. [3] N. Asokan, V. Shoup, M.Waidner, (2004) “Quantifying assurance of knowledge based authentication,”Proceedings of the 3rd European Conference on Information ... otherwise storing a password makes it easier to compromise. To address these deficiencies, many developers have turned to knowledge- based authentication (KBA).Broadly described, KBA [1]-[4] is a method ofidentifying usersbased on their personal knowledge. In a typical KBA scheme, a user isasked to answer one or more secret questions, as part of a multifactor ... coupled with Twitter’s support for SSL communications, make for a highly secure system. Even if an attacker, Bob,gains regular knowledge of Alice’s lunch menus, he will need to have access to her Twitter account to make any use of his knowledge. Without knowing what day the question is targeting, he will not be able to retrieve the correct answer. 7. USER
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Communicative teaching of english as a foreign language: an approach haunted by traditional and structural myths

... Federal Linguistics changes; constructs search observed universities Nacional Lopes the new changes forward important emphasized at these many (hence learning processes. many conducting as Teaching through greatly latest fact, teachers' gone has these teaching and Language Teachers be Communicative has teaching alike. expected place 1 Moita Applied state that already been Universidade 11 done. The apparent present need enabling both understand ... the c) Definition of were codified, however, in groups teacher. the points to be investigated and subsequent denomination seven factors': 1) The teachers' concept of language teaching 2) The teachers' methods of language teaching 3) The role played by materials 4) The in the teacher's methodology teacher's acquaintance with the most recent trends in language teaching/ 1 earning theories 5) What makes students 6) The aimed current level Class learning observation arriven of ... material The call constructs 'Method', induce to is that ascertain the the individual his/her way of which way choice teaching, and techniques. historical outline teaching approaches assumptions into we have consideration in the and the basic is essential raised here in are pedagogical to this those be of greater importance context teaching in Brazil: the Grammar-Translation Approach, the 17 Direct Approach, the Audio-Lingual Approach, and the Communicative
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Measurement of patients' knowledge of their medication in community pharmacies in Portugal.

... Humanidades e Tecnologias. 3 Instituto Pharmcare. Abstract The scope of this article is to determine patients’ knowledge about the medication they take. For this purpose, a cross-sectional, observational and descriptive study was conducted. Knowledge was measured by a valid and reliable questionnaire (CPM-PT-PT), given to the patients attending community ... incorrect knowledge, with emphasis on precautions (44.7%). The dimension that the patients were least aware of was “drug safety” (1.9%). Eight out of 10 patients in the population do not know what drug they use. The highest lack of correct information was with respect to the “safety” of the medication. Key words Questionnaires, Patient, Medication, Knowledge Resumen ... Complutense de Madrid; 1999. 7. O’Neil CK, Poirer TI. Impact of patient knowledge, patient-pharmacist relationship, and drug perceptions on adverse drug therapy outcomes. Pharmacotherapy 1998; 18(2):333-340. 8. Akici A, Kalaça S, Uğurlu MU, Toklu HZ, Iskender E, Oktay S. Patient knowledge about drugs prescribed at primary healthcare facilities. Pharmacoepidemiol
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Teaching Small Group Communication: A Do Good Project

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Democratizing information and knowledge for the right of health

... (VHL)............................................................ 10 X. IMPLEMENTATION OF DECIDES ................................................................ 12 DEMOCRATIZING INFORMATION AND KNOWLEDGE FOR THE RIGHT TO HEALTH - DECIDES I. INTRODUCTION The Advisory Committee on Health Research (ACHR) of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) repeatedly has recommended ... researchers among the countries of the Region; 3) reduction of the inequalities among these countries with respect to their capacity to generate and access health information and knowledge; and 4) promotion of a greater utilization of scientific information in the decision-making process in health. The cooperation strategy known as DECIDES comes into being ... attaining individual and collective health. DECIDES seeks to contribute to reducing the inequities in health in three dimensions: risks, care, and the distribution of power and knowledge by promoting activities in three areas: Science, Services, and the Community. DECIDES settles itself on two basic assumptions: • An ample access to scientific and technical
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HIV/AIDS practice patterns, knowledge, and educational needs among Hispanic clinicians in Texas, USA, and Nuevo Leon, Mexico

... practice patterns, knowledge, and educational needs among Hispanic clinicians cians surveyed still did not incorporate HIV prevention messages into their practices. Knowledge with respect to HIV/AIDS The respondents were asked to rate their own knowledge of HIV/AIDS. Nearly 80% of those in Texas and over 90% of those in Nuevo Leon rated their knowledge as ... about HIV infection. TABLE 3. Knowledge and sources of information regarding HIV/AIDS Texas No. (%) Nuevo Leon No. (%) Total No. (%) Self-assessment of general knowledge on HIV/AIDS Below average Average Above average Total 14 (19) 45 (61) 15 (20) 74 7 (07) 76 (73) 21 (20) 104 21 (12) 121 (68) 36 (20) 178 Self-assessment of knowledge on HIV/AIDS treatment Below ... HIV/AIDS-related knowledge among physicians in Texas and in Nuevo Leon. The survey results revealed a serious lack of knowledge about HIV/ AIDS among a substantial proportion of respondents. They also showed that the majority of a group of actively practicing, mainly primary care physicians considered themselves as having below average knowledge about
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Teaching and practice of epidemiology in Venezuela

... localities involved. In other countries no work could be done in certain areas that are extremely difficult to reach. INDP EiD Teaching and Practice of Epidemiology in Venezuela' Introduction The first National Meeting on the Teaching and Practice of Epidemiology in Venezuela was an outcome of interest on the part of the Venezuelan Ministry of Health ... of epidemiological knowledge and techniques. The differences in the health-disease conditions of specific population groups have become more clearly defined in terms of their exposure to biological, physicochemical, and social risks which entail a fresh, more responsive 'Based on the General Report of the First National Meeting on the Teaching and Practice ... research centers. First National Meeting on the Teaching and Practice of Epidemiology The report on the aforementioned evaluation became the basic document for discussion in this first meeting, which was sponsored by the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare and PAHO. Institutions actively involved in the teaching and research of epidemiology were invited
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Coordination in the teaching of sanitary engineering

... his direct knowledge of the problems that must be solved gives him valuable experience for performing the duties thrust upon him, often prematurely, by the dynamic evolution of the Latin American countries. In summary, an attempt has been made to provide a brief description of the possibilities and scope of institutional coordination in the teaching of ... Veracruz, de1 Published in Spanish in Bolefin de la Oficina Sanitaria Panamericana Vol. LXV, No. 1 (July 1968), pp. 46-51. Paper presented at the Second National Meeting on the Teaching of Sanitary Engineering, Mexico City, December 1967. 2 Chief of Water Supply and Sewerage of the Ministry of Hydraulic Resources of Mexico. scribed the situation very ... He also noted that the possibility of change would be lessened if higher education were not attuned to the needs of society, that such harmonization would require a change in teaching methods and systemsto adapt them to the requirements of a constantly changing labor market, and that in a more advanced phase higher education should seek not only to
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CD15.R30: Intercountry exchange of teaching and other health personnel

... COMMITTEE Washington D.C., August 31 – 11 September 1964 RESOLUTION CD15.R30 INTERCOUNTRY EXCHANGE OF TEACHING AND OTHER HEALTH PERSONNEL THE 15th DIRECTING COUNCIL, Having carefully examined the report of the Director of the Bureau on the intercountry exchange of teaching and other health personnel (Document CD15/23), 1 submitted in conformity with Resolution ... dissemination of information concerning the teaching activities of public and private agencies in the health field should be coordinated so as to facilitate exchange of personnel to the greatest extent possible, RESOLVES 1.To thank the Director for the extensive information contained in his report on the intercountry exchange of teaching and other health personnel
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Gestão do conhecimento no Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia de Brasília (IFB): um diagnóstico pelo método Organizational Knowledge Assessment (OKA)

... of creation, capture, storage, transfer and application of knowledge, due to the short time of its inception, the installed organizational culture and the lack of formalization of a knowledge management program until the present date. Keywords: Knowledge Management. Organizational Learning. Diagnosis of Knowledge Management. OKA Method. IFB. LISTA DE FIGURAS Figura ... implementation of Knowledge Management in an organization requires, firstly, the adoption of a process of measuring and evaluating their performance in an appropriate and systematic use of knowledge assets, identifying potentialities as well as gaps and areas for improvement, whose data and information can serve as a basis for building a strategic plan for knowledge ... management arises as a method to mobilize the organizational knowledge in order to achieve the strategic goals and to increase the business intelligence to respond to the environment with innovation and expertise, through the use of methodologies and specific technologies. In the public sector, by means of knowledge management, we seek the improvement of efficiency,
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