Knowledge management is a discipline that promotes an integrated approach to identifying, capturing, evaluating, retrieving, and sharing all an organization's information assets. The "value" of a Knowledge Management system resides in how it is used by the various groups and clients it serves. Many Knowledge Management systems rely on input from organizational Lessons Learned processes. When organizations analyze risk in the fashion, they usually develop Risk Management Plans for those risks identified in the High Likelihood of Occurrence and High Impact quadrant of the matrix. Data and Information Elements are created in the organization at any point where information is created or developed that needs storing, classification, and sharing. Risk Management may be applied to the other Data and Information Elements similar to the way it is applied in the Lessons Learned Process. The Complete Scientific Investigation Process contains three elements: Theory, Experiment, and Modeling.