The deliverable generated by the Knowledge Management Task Force is a plan for an Academic Health Center knowledge management system that is supported by technology, is continually assessed, and is delivered within a culture comprised of specific, supportive features.
The documents (preliminary report and executive summary) propose the creation of a knowledge manangement program with the following components:
"• A knowledge management system integrated into learner-centered health professions curricula, in which students, faculty, and staff will demonstrate leadership and continuous learning capabilities in the roles of health practitioner, educator/ communicator, manager, and researcher.
• A knowledge management system infrastructure comprised of the following building blocks: expertise, technology tools and systems, access and connectivity, and continuous learning and improvement.
• A knowledge management system in which the outcomes are to:
- Design, develop, and distribute information
- Collect, store, organize, and provide access to data and information
- Collaborate, communicate, and implement an interprofessional approach
- Maximize learning."
Olson, Debra; Perkowski, Linda.
Transforming the University: Preliminary Report of the Knowledge Management Technology Task Force.
University of Minnesota.
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