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The Audit of Organizational Knowledge

Stanit Alexandra, Popa Liliana Mihaela, and Indres Mihai
Lucian BlagaUniversity, Sibiu, Romania
Abstract—The audit is a classic concept incorporating performance measurement activities, performance that has to be compared with a standard. An example of this is the financial audit of a company that assesses the company's performance through financial indicators. However, knowledge can not be measured as easily as stocks or financial resources, on the contrary: knowledge of a company include a wide range of items, from theoretical knowledge, technical and personal skills, work experience, organizational culture, the confidence of the employees, the ability to access expert knowledge inside or outside the company, etc. For these reasons, knowledge audit as a method of diagnosis should include more tools to evaluate all quantitative and qualitative factors related to the knowledge of a company.

Index Terms—audit, knowledge, organization, knowledge audit

Cite: Stanit Alexandra, Popa Liliana Mihaela, and Indres Mihai, "The Audit of Organizational Knowledge," Lecture Notes on Information Theory, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 39-41, March 2014. doi: 10.12720/lnit.2.1.39-41
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