Knowledge assets (e.g., declarative or models) refer to specific knowledge-related items. These can include declarative (factual) assets or procedural assets that describe how facts will be used. Types of knowledge assets can include data, expertise, lessons learned, policies and procedures, and other knowledge-related documents. Freeze, R.D. & Kulkarni, U. (2007), Knowledge management capability: Defining knowledge assets. Journal of Knowledge Management,11(6), pp. 94-109. https://doi.org/10.1108/13673270710832190
Knowledge management platform
Knowledge management platforms automatically structures and organizes content to be quickly findable, navigable, and searchable in a variety of places.