When it comes to implementing knowledge, you will have three different chances to do so in three levels-the before, during and after aspects of any activities that are related to knowledge. A lot of people say that implementation may be done in a life cycle method in order to knowledge to go around and be reused. You first start with the capturing or the creation stage and then move on to the using and reusing stage. After these two stages, your next goal would be to enrich the capability of the organization to make it a lot more functional. A lot of naysayers ascertain that such a life cycle method is counterproductive to true implementation of knowledge management since it is too linear and ends up reflecting the information in a concentrated view.
To illustrate, if there are individuals who end up making an undertaking regarding a new project for their organization, they may end up accessing the knowledge resources in order to identify the different lessons they and others like them have learned as a result of such similar projects.
They may also, through implemented knowledge management, access the different but highly relevant information also during the time when the project has been implemented in order to seek the advice of the higher ups on the different issues that they will end up encountering, as well as accessing the relevant information which can later be found as effective for post-projects and reviews. As such, implementing knowledge management is a very serious matter which keeps many practitioners busy and always on their toes on the newest techniques out there.