Knowledge Management Definitions (Adapted from AS 5037)
Knowledge management is concerned with innovation and sharing behaviours, managing complexity and ambiguity through knowledge networks and connections, exploring smart processes, and deploying people-centric technologies.

It is a multi-disciplinary approach to improving organisational outcomes and learning, through maximising the use of knowledge.

It involves the design, implementation and review of social and technological  activities and processes to improve the creating, sharing, and applying or using of knowledge.

It relies on a knowledge ecosystem of this complex environment to share, build on and apply knowledge and is characterised by dynamic relationships; connected networks; internal process, content and technology and does not follow a traditional hierarchical model.

Knowledge Management Activities (aka intervention/enablers) are there to implement knowledge management and includes specific tools, techniques and activities through which knowledge management is implemented in an operational environment. They can help remedy weaknesses in an organisation's knowledge environment and also strengthen existing knowledge capabilities..