The WIIG Model is a knowledge management framework developed by Karl Wiig. The model describes how information is created, processed, and disseminated within an organization. The WIIG Model consists of four stages:
According to Wiig, the ultimate purpose of KM is “to make the organization intelligent-acting by facilitating the creation, accumulation, deployment, and use of quality knowledge.” It also highlights the need for effective communication, collaboration, and learning to create and leverage knowledge effectively. By following this model, organizations can improve their decision-making, innovation, and performance.
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