Intellectual Capital through Knowledge
Assets: Importance of Knowledge Audit
in MINDEF – July 2009
today hold a multitude of embedded Knowledge
often held in complex isolated silos.
This embedded knowledge is an asset to
the organization and is often not used
to its fullest potential as most employees
are unaware of its existence.
Knowledge Audit discovers
the type of embedded knowledge that is
needed by the organization, who knows
it , where is the knowledge stored and
finally what is the knowledge that is
required but not available .
Knowledge Audit will
encompass a diagnostics approach into
evaluating the organization’s existing
knowledge assets and developing a Knowledge
Gap Analysis report. Embarking
into the Knowledge Audit project, will
provide the Users the initial insight
on how to implement KM efficiently and