عنوان مقاله [English]
With the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the world along with other challenges, governments and nations are provided with new serious opportunities with important considerations in an equal situation for all of them. As a multifaceted phenomenon, coronavirus prevalence is much more significant than other simple medical conditions. It involves several dimensions including dynamism, complicatedness, extensiveness, variety, and depth. It can accelerate or slow down grand global trends including the impressive trend of smart virtualization by the multinational nongovernmental specialist companies for realization of the global village.
Hence, at present, numerous scientific researches regarding various aspects of crisis management, including health and biology, economics, technology, culture and sociology, ethics, spirituality, politics, security, internationality and law, as well as the future of coronavirus and the post-corona world are being held on the phenomenon of coronavirus prevalence by universities and scientific centers in the world. These scientific researches and experiments by individuals and institutions, all together, are creating new knowledge in various scientific fields. Therefore, it seems necessary to concentrate on knowledge management in the crisis of coronavirus prevalence.
Knowledge offers a firm foundation for intelligent, correct, and timely behavior at individual, group, organizational, national, and global levels. Conscious and systematized reflection on the lessons learned from the coronavirus outbreak, as well as the proper methods discovered, makes it possible for people to take the best advantage from the knowledge they have gained with difficulty. Furthermore, it seems necessary to design and apply the architecture of knowledge gained by the coronavirus prevalence to enable step-by-step processing and knowledge transformation in different fields through an interdisciplinary approach (just as knowledge products are processed), and to ensure that the acquired knowledge is provided to the end-users and are used appropriately.
Based on a review and meta-analysis of theoretical literature relating to the main approaches to knowledge management cycles, knowledge management cycle in the coronavirus outbreak crisis can be presented in the following three main stages:
1) Acquisition or creation of the knowledge derived from corona;
2) Targeted distribution or general sharing of knowledge derived from corona;
3) Understanding and applying the knowledge derived from corona.