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Social media engages employees and increases productivity, according to Deloitte’s Centre for the Edge - WhaTech

by Jennifer Germano:

"Peter Williams, Deloitte’s Chief Edge Officer, said even though the average Australian spends around 22 hours using social media each week, many organisations are unaware how the smart use of these skills can improve productivity and engagement.

The recently released report, Rethinking social media: Building the social organisation through HR, produced by the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) and Deloitte’s Centre for the Edge, examines social media usage by HR practitioners.

“Social media is becoming increasingly important as a way of building an organisation’s social capital” (refer definition below), said Mr Williams. “Social tools help organisations connect networks of people, promote idea sharing among their employees and drives innovation. Tapping into the collective wisdom of an employee base can help an organisation ‘know what it knows’ more quickly than relying on more traditional knowledge management systems.”

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Social media to be harnessed in organisations. Even better than traditional knowledge management systems!

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Measuring knowledge management: survey report for the KM4Dev innovation fund - knowledge management for development

Measuring knowledge management: survey report for the KM4Dev innovation fund - knowledge management for development | Future Knowledge Management | Scoop.it

Walter Mansfield:

Earlier this year, with support from the KM4Dev Innovation Fund, we circulated a survey on The use of indicators for the monitoring and evaluation of knowledge management and knowledge brokering in international development  (see project proposal

 

Thank you to all those who took the time to respond to this survey and to send us materials.

 

We are now presenting the survey report which explores the challenges and current practices in the monitoring and evaluation of knowledge management and knowledge brokering.  It collates and presents the responses of 68 knowledge and evaluation practitioners. Please find below a link to this survey report: KM4dev%20indicator%20survey%20report.pdf

 

This survey was produced in support of a workshop that was held at the Institute for Development Studies (IDS), Brighton, UK on 8th March 2013 (find the workshop report here) 

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Survey results of a KM measurement in organisations!

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