||Key result areas
||Key result areas used to establish standards and objectives, key result areas are the chief tasks of a job identified during the job evaluation process.
||Knowledge assets refers to the parts of an organization’s intangible assets that relate specifically to knowledge, expertise, information, ideas, best practices, intellectual property and other capabilities.
||Knowledge broker refers to the individual who facilitates the creation, sharing and use of knowledge in an organization by linking individuals with providers.
||Knowledge management is a process of creating, acquiring, sharing and managing knowledge to augment individual and organizational performance.
||Knowledge mapping is a process used to create a summation of the knowledge an organization will need in order to support its overall goals, objectives, strategies and missions.
||Knowledge worker refers to employees whose job functions are primarily of an intellectual nature.
||Knowledge, skills and abilities (KSA’s)
||Knowledge, skills and abilities (KSA’s) refers to the attributes required to perform a job; generally demonstrated through qualifying experience, education or training.
||Knowledge-based pay bases an employee's pay on the level of knowledge they have in a field or defined domain.