The Information and Knowledge Management Society in Singapore conducted a research project on a KM competencies framework for self development which took a narrative, role-oriented approach to competencies (Foong & Lambe KM Competencies: A Framework for Knowledge Managers, iKMS 2008).
The International Conference on Knowledge Management (iCKM) 2008 devoted its conference theme to Knowledge Management: Competencies and Professionalismand its proceedings have a scatter of papers on aspects of KM competencies and education.
The UK civil service has developed a "Government Knowledge and Information Management Professional Skills Framework" (2009) in a matrix form covering roles (practitioner, manager, leader, strategist) and activities (strategic planning, using and exploiting knowledge and information, managing and organising, governance).
The UK government framework referenced the Skills Framework for the Information Agewhich is highly developed and structured but focuses on information management (and explicit interest in IT professionals).
The US Army is developing an "Enterprise KM Competency Model". This paper by Art Schlusselpresented at the DoD KM Conference in October 2009 describes the current status of the competency framework. As stated the model seems to confuse organizational capabilities with individual competencies, but this is clearly a work in progress.