LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Knowledge management (KM) is the name of a concept in which a company consciously and comprehensively blends and uses internal and external information and transforms it into actionable knowledge through technology. With the assistance of KM, knowledge loss can be prevented in case an employee leaves an organization. Some of the most sophisticated KM strategies and practices have emerged in the insurance and reinsurance industries.
At large, KM helps organizations worldwide to identify their resources, to determine where further investments should be placed to maximize the value of their intangible assets, and to learn how best to manage these resources for the future.
New market research report “Knowledge Management (KM) in Financial Services” developed by Timetric sheds light on some of the key concepts and practices worldwide demonstrating the variety of ways of how KM can be applied in the financial services sector. The research details the analytical components of the total cost of ownership (TCO) framework such as direct costs and indirect costs, reviews the challenges associated with the knowledge discovery process. The study also discusses various case studies from different countries regarding the role of the KM process in the success of many organizations including Wells Fargo Bank and Bank of New York Mellon.
Title: Knowledge Management (KM) in Financial Services
Published: October, 2012
Price: US$ 3,800.00
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