The Army Knowledge Management Principles transcend technology advancements, mission, policy or organizational changes. They embrace an enterprise focus. Army Knowledge Management (KM) guidance is developed and executed through revisions to Army regulations, field manuals, doctrine, policies, and procedures which delineate roles and responsibilities. The objective of the KM Principles is to connect those who know with those who need to know (know-why, know-what, know-who, and know-how) by leveraging knowledge transfers from one-to-many across the Global Army Enterprise (Army Operational Knowledge Management Proponent. 2016, 1).
This guide provides access to materials for learning about Army Knowledge Management.
Army Operational Knowledge Management Proponent. (2016). Army Knowledge Management Principles.
Gen Dempseys remarks for the Army Operational Knowledge Management Conference.
This video describes the Army War College approach to understanding, instituting, and educating Army students with AKM.