Developing a Knowledge Management roadmap for Singapore’s public service – experiences and challenges

[Deutscher Titel: Entwicklung eines Wissensmanagement-Plans für Singapurs öffentlichen Dienst – Erfahrungen und Herausforderungen]

Knowledge Management in the Public Sector: Singapore’s Civil Service College Shows the Way
Knowledge@SMU, September 02, 2008

Abstract: Intellectual and knowledge assets in an organisation need to be effectively harnessed to bring about benefits for everyone. Managing the repository of knowledge in a state-run organisation is a relatively new discipline. R Gopinathan, deputy director, Service Centre for Organisational Excellence (PSCOE) at Singapore’s Civil Service College (CSC), may well be described as an evangelist who promotes knowledge management (KM) in the public service sector.
He spoke recently about past experiences and challenges ahead with developing a KM roadmap for Singapore’s public service at the Fourth International Research Conference on Asian Business organised by Singapore Management University’s Lee Kong Chian School of Business and Wee Kim Wee Centre.

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