Knowledge audit


Recently some students came from UNAM, auditing knowledge at the National Library of Namibia and the Archives. I was one of the people audited. It is interesting to see that Namibia is recognising the importance that knowledge can have on the development of the country. However, it is only a few institutions that are aware of the importance of knowledge. Therefore all organisations should shift traditional approaches to knowledge-based approaches of making things happen.

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