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1 KM APPLICATION KM APPLICATION SANAZ HAGHSEFAT SARA BOROUMAND MAHYAR ADL RAHIM ZANDNIA

2 KM ENABLERS CULTURE TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE

3 Enablers of transfer Enabler? One that enables another to achieve an end.

4 CULTURE DEFINITION Culture is a set of values, beliefs, common understanding, thinking and norms for behavior that are shared by all members of a society.

5 DEFINING ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE Basically, organizational culture is the personality of the organization. Culture is comprised of the assumptions, values, norms and tangible signs (artifacts) of organization members and their behaviors.

6 Elements of Organizational Culture

7 Deciphering Organizational Culture through Artifacts

8 ARTIFACTS 1) Physical structure such as furniture, size, shape, location 2) Rituals such as how visitors are greeted or how people communicate with each other 3) Ceremonies Include publicly rewarding (or punishing) employees, or celebrating the launch of a new product or newly won contract. 4) Stories and Legends 5) languages

9 ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE The assumptions, values, and beliefs that represent organizational behavior operate beneath the surface of organizational behavior. They are not directly observed, yet their effects are everywhere.

10 Organizational culture BELIEFS : Beliefs represent the individual’s perceptions of reality. VALUES : Values are more stable, long- lasting beliefs about what is important. ASSUMPTIONS : represent the deepest part of organizational culture because they are Unconscious.

11 TECHNOLOGY INTRANET EXTRANET

12 Many businesses at the very least are taking advantages of the current technology to implement their systems.

13 INTRANET Within organizations electronic messaging are usually part of a bigger network.

14 EXTRANET New trend in business organizations, it provides benefits

15 FUTURE OF TECHNOLOGY As technology continues to advance, distance learning will continue to become more like traditional classroom training.

16 ORGANIZATIONL INFRASTRUCTURE Organization infrastructure is a formal system of job relationship that coordinates employees to achieve company goals.

17 Hierarchy of organizational infrastructure 1-constitution –by law 2-leadership 3-advisors 4-financial system

18 constitution –by law 1- props and goals 2- membership 3- leadership 4- Meetings 5- Judicial Procedure 6- Financial Systems

19 leadership leadership 1: Job descriptions Goals-Specific Tasks- Expectations-Clear Language Regular Duties- Structure (hierarchy) 2: Transition Advisor Involvement- Shadowing- Retreat/Meeting Binders 3: Equipping Leaders account- S.O.L.D.- Student Activities

20 Advisors Advisors  Continuity :Keep your advisor (s) involved!  Leadership :Advisors are tremendous resources for you!  Approvals : As part of the University’s expectations of your organization, your Advisor (s) will be essential to your group’s University compliance processes  Training : Just as you must equip your student leaders, you must also equip your advisor (s)!

21 Financial system Financial system  Internal Approval Processes : The best organizations have internal processes through  Checks & Balances : Be sure you have methods in place to provide accountabilityespecially to those in positions of leadership  Reporting :All organizations should have processes in place through which the Treasurer makes a financial report to Executive Leadership and/or membership each semester/year


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