Office of the Chief Knowledge Officer
Lead, plan and execute TRADOC organizational knowledge management (KM) program in order to increase collaboration, stimulate innovation, enhance decision-making, and improve organizational performance across the command.
Develop and implement strategies and plans for designing organizational performance measurements and analytics, employing knowledge management and process improvement practices, optimizing data and content management solutions, and training/educating the workforce on how to leverage enterprise KM solutions to achieve TRADOC and Army strategic objectives and priorities. Align TRADOC KM initiatives with the Army Business Strategy, DoD Defense Business Systems (DBS) directives, and other reform initiatives to continually improve organizational processes and performance, and optimize availability of resources to TRADOC in support of Army priorities and warfighting missions.
General Funk On Knowledge Management
What is Knowledge Management
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Office of the Chief Knowledge Officer
Building 950, Suite 4061
950 Jefferson Avenue
Ft. Eustis, VA 23604
Prefixes – Commercial: (757) 501-XXXX; DSN 501-XXXX
Extension Specialty Area
6262 Chief Knowledge Officer
6134 Management Analyst (Operations)
6135 Management Analyst (Products and Services)
6260 Management Analyst (Knowledge Management Strategy)
6258 Management Analyst (Training)
KM is a collection of processes, techniques, and technologies to create, organize, apply, and transfer tacit and explicit knowledge, and ensure that knowledge is readily available to those who need it, when and where it’s needed. At the enterprise level, KM is a discipline that promotes an integrated approach to using scalable enterprise technical and non-technical solutions to rapidly share knowledge assets and intellectual capital to meet mission objectives.
CPI is the continuous effort to assess and optimize, organizational business systems and work processes. When implemented successfully, PI ensures the ways in which People work together and the processes they employ operate at best value, improve knowledge flows, and enhance organizational innovation and efficacy. CPI is an application of methods and tools to describe, document, visualize and understand an organizations processes then initiate activities that result in continuous review and improvement of those processes. CPI supports overall KM efforts and is typically supported by change management initiatives that help institutionalize continuous improvements to achieve an organization’s objectives
CM Encompasses the planning, policies, and procedures necessary for efficient and effective use of data, content, and knowledge sources within supporting enterprise architectures, networks, and repositories. CM ensures proper management (from creation to permanent storage or deletion), reduces redundancy/duplication, and enhances discoverability.
The content includes images, video, audio, multimedia, and text
DM is the development, execution, and supervision of plans, policies, programs, and practices that control, protect, deliver, and enhance the value of information assets. These assets may include structured data (databases), unstructured data (documents), policies, procedures — various kinds of explicit knowledge — and previously tacit expertise and experience. Also essential to enhanced data management is the identification and documentation of authoritative data sources.
OPfM comprises the methods by which organizations assess and align their resources, systems, and manpower to effectively and efficiently achieve organizational objectives and command priorities. OPfM unifies efforts through shared understanding and measurable objectives resulting in actionable goals and priorities throughout the organization.
KPPM TE/PD includes actions to inform, assess, and provide KPPM performance support to leaders, professionals, and practitioners through: formal and informal training/education; help-desk type functions; communities of practice and collaboration platforms; strategic communications; professional development settings; and production/distribution of supporting materials (courseware, multimedia; publications, surveys, etc.) in accordance with Army and TRADOC policies, procedures, and standards.