Short Description: Collect, sort, and archive organizational assets for easy retrieval and assimilation.
Full Description: Common knowledge management WorkFlow enables the collection, assimilation, classification, linking, searching, sorting and distribution of information assets automatically or on demand to provide meaningful knowledge that can be converted easily into action. Most organizations are involved in knowledge management activities to enhance business processes, build user capacities and improve user experience. They can help to share experiences, predict situations, register/propose best practices in various situations and supply relevant information for decision support. The knowledge management process also link researchers and those who have experience and skills with those who need them.
Other Names: Information architecture
Sample mappings of workflows to use case:
- Agriculture: Market linkage: Management of information resources about national and international best practices, crop yields, and rural extension programmes
- Education: Remote learning: Repository of teacher resources, such as exercises, student handouts, and assignments
- Health: Maternal and newborn health: Management of health information resources for mothers and their households, and for their caregivers