It is not enough simply to capture information in order to create a knowledge database. A context of the information is also necessary. However, how specific the context should be is debatable. Therefore, a set of conditions needs to be created to guide the decisions on what knowledge to store and why. In this Discussion, you will create 10 such guidelines.

Based on your reading for this week and pages 237–245 from the course text: ****EXPERT (COURSE TEXT)**** Collison, C., & Parcell, G. (2004). Learning to fly: Practical knowledge management from leading and learning organizations (Updated ed. with free CD-ROM). West Sussex, UK: John Wiley & Sons Limited/Capstone Publishing Limited.

Use pages 237-245 for answering this question (below)

Identify 10 guidelines for building a knowledge asset, and answer the following questions:

What personal knowledge asset will you build after completing this course?

Which two guidelines are most important to your knowledge asset at this point in the course and why?

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