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ISO 9001 (2015) and ISO for KM? What is in it for KM?
October 26, 2016 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm UTC+0
The KM Community is looking in anticipation at the progress of the publication of a set of KM Standards by ISO. Various meetings and deliberations are taking place across the globe discussing KM Standards. In South Africa, a KM Standards Committee (TC 170) has been established and they are currently busy to finalise the Strategic Business Plan that will guide the process going forward.
For the first time globally, KM can now officially claim compliance and mandatory relevance with the inclusion of clauses pertaining to Organisational Knowledge in ISO 9001 (2015). What is the opportunity for KM? Do we take ownership of these clauses?
Paul Corney suggests that the adoption of KM standards has the potential to become a game changer for Knowledge Management professionals providing a clear rationale for future KM Programs.
You are invited to join our first online Knowledge Hangout where Paul Corney, Khulane Chauke, and Refiloe Mabaso will discuss the ISO developments pertaining to KM, and what this means for KM going forward. We will also look at what KM professionals can leverage these developments now already, even though the KM standards are still under development.
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A case for raising standards: home and away (Paul Corney, 20 September 2016)
Current situation on standards for knowledge management (presentation by David Williams, 8 July 2016)
Call for Participation: SA KM Standard (Kholane Chauke)