Knowledge management has hit plenty of bumps in the road over the years. KM has been frequently the target of disbelievers and dubious bean-counters. Those days are gone. Thanks to recent advances in better analytics and less expensive start-up costs, KM is now back in favor of the ruling class, and adopted widely by the working class, too.It's now safe to say that mentioning knowledge management initiatives will no longer get you thrown out of the boardroom.
So what's next? That's what we want to learn from this special KMWorld webcast, "The Future of KM." It's an ambitious goal, but let's guide the next generation of KM into a successful future. Please join us.