Pensions & Investments and the University of Oxford want to gauge your awareness of, and interest in, the use of knowledge management by investment management firms and their employees.
Knowledge management consists of strategies and processes to identify, capture, structure and share an organization’s intellectual capital to enhance its performance and competitiveness.
We want to know, for example, how, if at all, it adds value. Who at a money management firm should be responsible for the practice? What are the barriers to setting up an effective knowledge management system?
Responses are due Sept. 9. A story on the results will be published in the Sept. 30 issue of P&I.
Thank you in advance for participating in the survey.