CKOS

AcronymDefinition
CKOSCustom Kemps of Sweden (est. 1989)
CKOSComplete Kingdom of Slash (website)
CKOSCentra Knowledge Object Studio (recording software)
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Many startups in Bangalore attend the KM Community meetups to discuss opportunities for collaboration with CKOs. See ourstory.com/2015/04/tips-for-corporates-to-engage-startups and kmworld.com/Articles/Editorial/Features/Start-up-skills-and-knowledge-are-prized-by-large-enterprises-86786.aspx.
To determine whether cKOs have deficits in hippocampus-dependent learning and memory processes, we subjected mice to the step-through passive avoidance task.
But there's a wrinkle: the CIO role is sometimes called chief knowledge officer (CKO), while other experts parse out responsibilities between the two.
As the global economy continues to recover, companies will continue to watch their spending, but this seeming pause in CKO headcount reductions could be another positive indicator of an improving trend in customer demand.
First there is the CKO which provides insight and integration into the TCP as well as ALC, and ATC.
With this changing situation, KM was born as an emerging research field; meanwhile, many new terminologies within KM were invented, such as, chief knowledge officer (CKO), knowledge co-ordinator, knowledge creator, knowledge facilitator, etc.
Just the fact that there are titles for chief learning officer and chief knowledge officer magnifies this fact." As Battersby says," In a perfect world, a CKO would be accountable for all facets of knowledge--including learning, knowledge management, collaboration, and other aspects of the human capital development.
Today, in organizations that already have these technical and social networks, CKOs can take a more strategic perspective, scanning the enterprise to discover how they might improve processes and customer relationship management as well as promote employee learning.
To effectively and efficiently manage organizational static substance knowledge and dynamic process knowledge, managers especially CKOs must basically understand their organizational static substance knowledge system and its related knowledge as shown in Figure 1.
Companies are creating knowledge teams and appointing Chief Knowledge Officers (CKOs) or Directors of Knowledge.
As stewards of information, they will put the "I" back in CIO by applying asset management techniques to content, driving intranet and extranet development, and in more cases becoming CIOs or CKOs.
It is not enough for KM practitioners and CKOs to have a sense of curiosity about KM; they also need to have a research mindset to dig much deeper into issues of practice and theory.