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Knowledge Management and
Inter Civilization Dialogue:

A

Peaceful Solution of Global
Financial Crises




Rana Zamin Abbas


A G
Ghaffari

Purpose


To demonstrate knowledge as power, definitions and
sources of KM, KM strategies & similarities between
organizations and civilizations.



To highlight knowledge Management at organizational
level (micro level) as well as at
civilizational

level (macro
level).


To identify the root cause of international financial crisis
with reference to
civilizational

insights from literature.


To highlight the importance of inter
-
civilization dialogue.


To suggest the KM as a strategy to combat global financial
crises to achieve the global peace






I
ntroduction



In 1597, Francis Bacon wrote, “knowledge is power”
(Barclay, 2000). In 1962, at a White House reception
honoring Nobel Prize winners, President John F. Kennedy
said, “in a time of turbulence and change, it is truer than
ever that knowledge is power.”



There will be no poor countries. There will only be
ignorant countries” (Anonymous, 1995).




Knowledge Management

Definitions and Sources



A mindful strategy of getting the precise knowledge to the
right people at the precise time and helping people share
and place information into action in methods that attempt
to develop organizational performance.



Knowledge management is a cross
-
disciplinary field drawing
from a wide range of technologies




Knowledge Management


Strategy





KM strategy is the process of generating, codifying, and transferring
explicit and tacit knowledge within an organization, getting the
right information, to the right people, in the right place and at the
right time

Knowledge

Awareness


1.What We
Know We
Know

What We
Know We
Don’t Know

What We
Don’t Know
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What We
Don’t Know
We Don’t
Know

Emphasis

Knowledge
sharing,
access and
inventory

Knowledge
seeking and
creation

Uncovering
hidden or tacit
knowledge

Discovering
key risks,
exposures and
opportunities

Tools

Bench

marking,
communitie
s of
practice

R&D market
research,
competitive
intelligence

Knowledge,
maps, audits,
training and
networks

Creative
tension,
audits,
dilemmas,
complexity
science.

At
Organizational Level

(
A Knowledge Portfolio)


Both

have ten perspectives.


Both need strategic thinking (logic and
creativity: rational thinking and
generative thinking) for advancement.


Both need strategy formation.


Both need strategic change (revolution and
evolution: discontinuous change
continuous change.

Both work with markets and resources:
outside in and inside out

Both work with responsiveness and synergy
: with their portfolio and core competence

Both have sense of competition and
cooperation.

Both have the sense of compliance and
choice: have evolution and creation
perspective

Both have the elements of control and
chaos: leadership and organizational
dynamics

Both are confronting globalization and
localization: Global convergence and
international diversity

Both have the sense of the purpose
(profitability and responsibility: share
holder value and stakeholder value

Indian
Civilization

Chinese
Civilization

western
Civilization

Muslim
Civilization

Crises of Values

Peace

Equality

Freedom

Justice

Confrontation of
Prevailing
Disciplines

Culture as
Discipline

History as
Discipline

Science as
Discipline

Religion as
Discipline

Overlapping of
Forms of
Consciousness

Aesthetic
consciousness

Moral
Consciousness

Speculative
Consciousness

God
Consciousne
ss

Divergence of
essential
convictions

Belief in Earth

Belief in Past

Belief in
Present

Belief in
Future

Suggestions of International Leaders




Khatami


Kofi Annan


Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez
Zapatero



Time for Questions

Thank You