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@Ignatia Webs: #MOOC on Managing Change #KM starts next week

@Ignatia Webs: #MOOC on Managing Change #KM starts next week | Future Knowledge Management | Scoop.it
INGE IGNATIA DE WAARD:Change management is and has been a tough nut to crack in any organization. Now, with the economic crisis still weighing on knowledge workers wherever they work, managing the change that is happening all around us in our professional as well as our personal sphere is becoming quite a challenge.

The organizers of the Managing & Surviving Change MOOC will try and provide and exchange strategies on managing this change. The official start is on Monday 20th May at 2pm GMT.

I will be taking up one of the talking slots on 27 May, focusing on how MOOCs can help in keeping on top of change

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MOOC seen as a change agent in lifelong learning!

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Knowledge Sharing by David Gurteen at KHDA, Dubai (subtitled in Arabic)

This is a short video (subtitled in Arabic) of a Knowledge Cafe I run for the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) in Dubai on 29th October 2013 ...
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Gives a good overview of a knowledge café!

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Knowledge Management Spotlight: How Gamification Can Identify Unwritten Rules in KM Program - YouTube ivd

"Lisa Austin, Manager, Knowledge & Information Management, and Georgette Suggs, Document Management Specialist -- KM, from Williams and Bush Brothers & Company talk about unwritten rules that will make or break your KM program, how leaders create unwritten rule and how KM Gamification can help."

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Unwritten rules can prevent a KM programme successfully taking off!

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Developing a Knowledge Management Strategy Map | Peyman Akhavan, Reza Hosnavi Atashgah

Developing a Knowledge Management Strategy Map | Peyman Akhavan, Reza Hosnavi Atashgah | Future Knowledge Management | Scoop.it

"This paper is to discuss a knowledge management strategy map based on Kaplan and Norton’s strategy maps. In this way, KM strategies are reviewed first and then Kaplan and Norton’s strategy map concepts are introduced as an overall methodology for extracting KM strategy maps. The required context will be explored for deploying both knowledge creating and knowledge application strategies in the organization based on four balanced perspective of knowledge management considered in this paper. The authors determined these four issues as balanced dimensions in the knowledge management strategies. These balanced dimensions are intellectual capital, KM processes, value creating dimension and KM performance dimension. Finally, a list is determined that includes various measures for each perspective. The identified critical success factors of the four balanced dimension can also act as a guideline for KM experts in the organizations. This helps to ensure that the essential issues are covered during design and implementation phase of knowledge management strategies."


Download here: http://sitic.org/wp-content/uploads/Developing-a-Knowledge-Management-Strategy-Map.pdf


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#SLA2014 – Knowledge management from the trenches | Marie Grace Cannon

#SLA2014 – Knowledge management from the trenches | Marie Grace Cannon | Future Knowledge Management | Scoop.it

"KM From the trenches: practical tips for making knowledge management work in your organisation by Ulla de Stricker (de Stricker Associates), Deborah Keller (Keller & Associates) and Cynthia Shamel (Shamel Information Services)"


Feedback from Marie Cannon on the session at SLA2014:


"... key points and advice the panel gave throughout the session:

-  Getting senior management on board

- Facilitating

- Learn about the work of others

- Tactics for implementing KM 


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KM practical tips!

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Cool hands-on ideas about KM

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Knowledge management underutilized by money managers - Thao Hua

BY THAO HUA:

"Money managers are hard-pressed to apply knowledge management, despite professing its importance in an era of intense competition and difficult market conditions, a survey sponsored by Pensions & Investments and the University of Oxford shows.

“Most respondents believe themselves to be more familiar with the concept of knowledge management compared to their organization,” said Gordon Clark, director of the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, Oxford University, Oxford, England. “When you broaden that question to the asset management industry, the majority (of those surveyed) believes that the industry isn't really familiar with it at all, suggesting that while there are certain asset managers who are good at it, the overall industry is probably not taking (knowledge management) seriously enough.”

Knowledge management is defined loosely as the systematic process of identifying, creating and sharing intellectual capital within a firm to gain a competitive advantage.

Implementing a knowledge management system could achieve a more stable business model for firms that don't yet have a process in place, according to 56% of respondents to the survey."


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Advice for someone new to Knowledge Management - Dr Bonnie Cheuk

Advice for someone new to Knowledge Management - Dr Bonnie Cheuk | Future Knowledge Management | Scoop.it


"My friend, if you stay focus on the business goals and understand what is high up on your management team's radar, you can make Knowledge Management whatever you want it to be. By the way, avoid using the term "knowledge management",  just talk about how best to connect, collaborate and share knowledge to get work done better and faster (and to develop talents). I have been in this field since 1996, I am regenerating myself every few years, I never have a dull moment. Go for it!"

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White Paper: Moving the Needle on Knowledge Management

White Paper: Moving the Needle on Knowledge Management | Future Knowledge Management | Scoop.it

"This eBook will explore four key steps that can lead to a highly successful knowledge management implementation.

Lots of companies have attempted to leverage knowledge management both internally and externally, but maximizing its use and value has not always proven easy. For many companies, it’s been a frustrating journey of implementing a knowledge solution only to find few people use it.

Step 1 – Know what Knowledge Management is
Step 2 – Hire a dedicated Knowledge Administrator
Step 3 – Make knowledge a key part of your Customer Care Strategy
Step 4 – Consider multiple ways to use knowledge"

 

White Paper: written by Moxie Software.

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The Long Tail of Knowledge: Big Data's Impact on Knowledge Management - Michael LoPresti

The Long Tail of Knowledge: Big Data's Impact on Knowledge Management - Michael LoPresti | Future Knowledge Management | Scoop.it
Making sense of large amounts of disorganized information that is spread across wide swaths of an organization has always been the defining challenge of knowledge management. In recent years, the ability for organizations to capture information about themselves, their customers, and every facet of their business has increased exponentially; the phenomenon, of course, is known as 'big data.' As troves of data grow, so too does the potential to leverage it, and one key to keeping up with that potential is through the implementation of systems and solutions that streamline your organization's ability to analyze it, access it, and act on it. In short, big data is spurring the symbolic 'long tail' of institutional knowledge to grow ever longer, and organizations must be prepared to adjust their knowledge management strategy to compensate.

 

http://www.econtentmag.com/Articles/News/News-Feature/The-Long-Tail-of-Knowledge-Big-Datas-Impact-on-Knowledge-Management-96285.htm


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Changing behaviour in an organisation the best way to address Big Data!

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Knowledge Management Videos - KM World Magazine

Knowledge Management Videos - KM World Magazine | Future Knowledge Management | Scoop.it
The latest videos from KMWorld Magazine and conference

 

"...the KMWorld video portal. All of our knowledge management videos will be archived at this location. We will have video interviews with experts on knowledge management, content management, SharePoint, search, collaboration, and other enterprise solutions and applications. The video portal will also include keynotes and session videos from our KMWorld Conference. Today, you can watch full presentations from thought leaders like Dan Rasmus, Dave Snowden, and many others."

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Definitely worth bookmarking this!

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Capturing actionable insights from Knowledge Cafes - David Gurteen

Capturing actionable insights from Knowledge Cafes - David Gurteen | Future Knowledge Management | Scoop.it

 "...a way to capture "actionable insights" and feedback from my Knowledge Cafes that did not get in the way the conversation, was easy, simple; that everyone could do and that allowed me to collate and distribute the items to the participants. 

A few weeks ago, after some inspiration from Paul Corney and Mark Field, I decided it was time to try an experiment and I have developed a system to capture items by SMS and post them to a page on my website that I am calling an "SMS Wall". 

Why do it like this rather than use Twitter or some other social tool? Quite simply, I wanted everyone to have the ability to post to the wall. 

Not everyone, has a smartphone, not everyone uses Twitter and not everyone has an internet connection but almost everyone has a basic phone with SMS and knows how to use it. 

People can also post messages before the Knowledge Cafe, during the KCafe, at the end of the KCafe and even on the train on the way home. 

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I would love to hear the feedback on this?

I still like the idea of using Twitter and curating it afterwards via the hashtag/s!

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Knowledge Management Spotlight: Why Leaders Matter for a Culture of Collaboration

Knowledge Management Spotlight: Why Leaders Matter for a Culture of Collaboration | Future Knowledge Management | Scoop.it

"In part two of our interview with Alice MacGillivray, she talks about why leadership is critical to a culture of collaboration. In part one of this interview, she talked about boundaries, leadership, and use of edge-effect. Alice MacGillivray, Ph.D., is a management consultant who works at the intersection of knowledge management, complexity, and leadership. Alice co-designed and directed the first MA in knowledge management and has published and presented at international conferences on KM and leadership topics. You can read her wrote at her blog 4KM.net and follow her on Twitter @4KM

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The impact of leadership on KM! 

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Taxonomy of Enterprise Knowledge Management Types & Categories

Taxonomy of Enterprise Knowledge Management Types & Categories | Future Knowledge Management | Scoop.it

"The International Foundation for Information Technology (IF4IT) has published a Taxonomy of Enterprise Knowledge Management Types. The taxonomy lists terms that are most important to Information Technology (IT) Organizations, IT Professionals, and Knowledge Management Professionals who support or provide services to enterprises.

The taxonomy… Includes approximately 1,000 KM Categories,Aligns directly with Enterprise Service Types/Categories,Doubles as a controlled vocabulary,Can be used to identify and prioritize key areas of enterprise knowledge,Can be used as a baseline template for measuring and assessing different types of knowledge maturity & completeness, andIs constantly reviewed, improved and grows as new categories are defined.Feedback and/ or ideas to the improvements of this taxonomy are welcome"
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Great to have a taxonomy to work from!

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Social Intranets Enable Knowledge Management, by Connie Crosby – Slaw

Social Intranets Enable Knowledge Management, by Connie Crosby – Slaw | Future Knowledge Management | Scoop.it

A few weeks ago I was fortunate to see Gordon Ross speak on a panel talking about the social intranet and KM for legal knowledge management practitioners in the public sector. Ross is a partner with the Vancouver-based consulting firm Open Road and the Vice President responsible for strategy and professional services for their social intranet platform ThoughtFarmer. He has written a blog post outlining his thoughts from that talk: How Social Intranets can Support Legal Knowledge Management.

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In other words, the social intranet is easier to use, so more people will use it to share what they know."

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The Social Intranet and it's impact on Knowledge Management

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Is It Possible to Change a Knowledge Management Culture Without Addressing Organizational Culture? - Sarah Dimick

Is It Possible to Change a Knowledge Management Culture Without Addressing Organizational Culture? - Sarah Dimick | Future Knowledge Management | Scoop.it

"...the approach presented by Raouf Naggar, head of strategic development at the Hydro-Québec Research Institute (IREQ), this past June in Montréal. At the Conference Board's Executive Meeting of the Council for Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM), Mr. Naggar presented IREQ's approach to managing ideas in an environment and culture that in the past would typically work against sharing ideas. This is essentially due to the nature of its R&D activities and to the possible competition between researchers to obtain projects."

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"Is there an effective way to change behaviour in large and established organizations? Can changing the value proposition to focus on motivators and community building work to shift the behaviour while sidestepping the monumental task of changing the culture in this or other large and established organizations?

IREQ is at the beginning stages of this process of drastically shifting organizational culture. The Institute's efforts to establish communities and motivate idea sharing through tapping into employees values are a work in progress that, if successful, will gather, store, and work to develop countless ideas that have the potential to improve the business."


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By changing the value propositions! 

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KM Australia 2014 - Knowledge Border Crossings

KM Australia 2014 - Knowledge Border Crossings | Future Knowledge Management | Scoop.it

Knowledge Management Australia Congress is in its eleventh year and over this period we have seen KM go through many changes, answer many questions and confound many people. KM has changed as often as the social media landscape has changed, bringing many challenges but also opening many doors for collaboration and innovation.

In today’s world, knowledge is the greatest asset for an organisation. It is also the most reliable investment. Knowledge translates into revenue and assures continual stability, progress and advancement. The question is, how do you manage it effectively and how do you break down barriers so it can be collaborated successfully?

Knowledge Border Crossings focuses on knowledge sharing between different industries and across an organisation. The emphasis is to bring a varied mix of industries to share their journeys, and thereby collaborate across fields.


Programme: http://www.kmaustralia.com/programme.htm

Articles and posts: http://www.kmaustralia.com/KMAustraliaarticles.htm


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The conference is active now. Helpful to follow the #kmaus hashtag 

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Does your Company know what it knows? How Knowledge Management can change your business, by Lori Weeks

Does your Company know what it knows? How Knowledge Management can change your business, by Lori Weeks | Future Knowledge Management | Scoop.it

"The term “knowledge management” (or KM) is a concept that surfaced about two decades ago, and it continues to evolve and develop as technology expands, the world flattens, and global companies are the norm. Nevertheless, a precise definition of KM remains elusive. Peter Drucker, the father of KM, defines the term as “the coordination and exploitation of organizational knowledge resources, in order to create benefit and competitive advantage.” If it sounds boring, keep reading—KM is actually a fascinating, rapidly evolving field."

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A fairly basic article about KM, but a good reminder about the necessity of KM!

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Théophile Prevel's curator insight, July 14, 10:09 AM

This article reminds us what is KM, an why it is a major issue for any company today more than ever.

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Learning Circles @ Plan Zimbabwe - knowledge sharing & learning, by David Gurteen

Learning Circles @ Plan Zimbabwe - knowledge sharing & learning, by David Gurteen | Future Knowledge Management | Scoop.it

By David Gurteen:
"Its always good to hear inspiring stories of how organizations have gone that "extra mile" in their knowledge sharing and learning efforts. 

I recently learnt about how Plan Zimbabwe - part of the Plan international development organisation that promotes and protects the rights of children around the globe share and learn through regular learning circles and bi-annual staff conferences. 

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Learning circles and bi-annual staff conferences for increasing knowledge sharing and learning in an organisation!

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Knowledge Management Strategy: vision, purpose and value generation in an era of social learning - YouTube

Jose Carlos Tenorio Favero:

"Knowledge Management Implementation: Things you should be aware of; How to align KM with business strategy and innovation in order to enhance performance and long term value generation; 
Organizational Culture and Resilience; KPIs and other important metrics; Knowledge Management and Digital Darwinism, about knowledge management, knowledge management, knowledge management framework, knowledge management market, knowledge management plan, knowledge management project, knowledge management strategy definition, managing knowledge, scope and significance of knowledge management, what is meant by knowledge management, why knowledge management"

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Knowledge Management events taking place around the world - Gurteen Event Calendar

Knowledge Management events taking place around the world - Gurteen Event Calendar | Future Knowledge Management | Scoop.it

The Gurteen Event Calendar is a comprehensive global directory of conferences, seminars, workshops and courses on subjects relating to the themes of this site. 

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Comprehensive list!

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Why Is Knowledge Management So Important to the Service Desk? - Rick Joslin

Why Is Knowledge Management So Important to the Service Desk? - Rick Joslin | Future Knowledge Management | Scoop.it

"Implementing knowledge management within a support organization to improve the service desks abilities to respond to customer issues benefits the organization, the support staff, and the customers. Here are just a few reasons why organizations implement knowledge management:

Speed in response is important, as it gets customers back to work faster and makes for a happier customer. Technology is getting too complex for any one person to know everything.Consistency is a key to service quality.Support is one of the most stressful jobs.There is just not enough time to train every support analyst on every product you support.There is just not enough time to train every support analyst on every product you support.Most support managers are always looking for opportunities to improve the first contact resolution rates, as they know this lowers the cost of support and increases customer satisfaction.Implementing a self-service knowledge base gives customers a choice for support.
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KM's advantage for the service desk!

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Knowledge management: Unleash the power, By Matt Byrne - The Lawyer

Knowledge management: Unleash the power, By Matt Byrne - The Lawyer | Future Knowledge Management | Scoop.it

"Information and experience are invisible yet valuable assets which some firms are leveraging to build stronger client relationships 

How useful to your firm is knowledge management (KM) and your KM team? The question is more relevant these days than ever because even in this era of Big Data, automation and disaggregation, many firms are still failing to marshal their in-house know-how in a structured way.

The consequences can be serious, with lost market share, clients and opportunities all resulting from a muddled approach to KM."

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"But a growing number of firms are building client-facing structures and systems into their thinking. This could include the sharing of knowledge with clients, interacting with them in a more regular or systematic manner or simply being more proactive about client-facing KM.

Take Olswang....

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Case study of Olswang being used. Good to read. 

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Julie Ekner Koch's curator insight, April 9, 12:28 AM

Great case of how KM should be not only internal but also client-directed

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Knowledge Management in Asia: Experience and Lessons - APO: Asian Productivity Organization - free e-book

Knowledge Management in Asia: Experience and Lessons - APO: Asian Productivity Organization - free e-book | Future Knowledge Management | Scoop.it

Report of the APO Survey on the Status of Knowledge Management in Member Countries (06-RP-GE-SUV-31-B)

Dr. Serafin D. Talisayon, Philippines, served as the volume editor.

 

FOREWORD

 

With the intent of designing a more systematic, focused program on knowledge management (KM), in 2006 the Asian Productivity Organization (APO) initiated a survey on the status of KM in nine member countries and compiled about two dozen case studies of exemplary KM practices in the private sector, government, and nongovernmental organizations in Asia. This book is the result of that survey project. To complement the survey, the APO sent three factfinding missions to leading KM institutions and practitioners in Europe and the USA in 2007. Study meetings on formulating a KM framework, KM implementation, and KM measurement methodology were also convened by the APO to expand its research and planning function.

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KM case studies in the Republic of China, India, Indonesia, Republic of Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand & Vietnam.

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Knowledge Management Spotlight: A Conversation About Boundaries

Knowledge Management Spotlight: A Conversation About Boundaries | Future Knowledge Management | Scoop.it

"In part one of our interview with Alice MacGillivray, she talks about boundaries, leadership, and use of edge-effect.

Alice MacGillivray, Ph.D., is a management consultant who works at the intersection of knowledge management, complexity, and leadership. Alice co-designed and directed the first MA in knowledge management and has published and presented at international conferences on KM and leadership topics.

You can read her blog 4KM.net and follow her on Twitter @4KM.

APQC’s 2014 Knowledge Management Conference, focused on the theme of “Improving Business Results Through Engagement & Collaboration,” will be held April 10-11 in Houston, Texas.

APQC: Alice, one of things I really love about your blog is your discussion of boundaries. Once boundaries are drawn, organizations tend to look inward towards governance, process, and structures. You wrote a wonderful abstract about how respected leaders work with boundaries and have success. What made the leaders successful in that situation?

Alice MacGillivray: Thank you; it is always a pleasure to connect with people who are interested in boundaries. I know the abstract you’re referencing. In it, I write: “We measure things, yet the real value may lie in the relationships amongst these things, especially as leaders face multidimensional challenges including climate change, terrorism, and enabling organizational learning.”

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Differentiation between management and leadership when discussing boundaries in Knowledge Management

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Why Traditional Knowledge Management Initiatives Fail - White Paper

Why Traditional Knowledge Management Initiatives Fail - White Paper | Future Knowledge Management | Scoop.it
Access to relevant knowledge, including the ability to reach the long tail of knowledge, is critical to the success of KM programs. This white paper explores the top reasons why traditional KM initiatives need to change and explains the critical success factors of successful KM initiatives.
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"...addressing the top reasons for failure and empowering organizations to leverage their collective enterprise knowledge."

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Olivia Millard's curator insight, March 14, 8:01 AM

I'm a little wary of this because it comes from a company that wants your business, but from what I've read so far it seems on point and addresses the current state of evolution of KM. Getting to the article itself will require that you sign up for Coveo's mailing list.

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3 Ways to Enhance the Knowledge Management Process - Rob Corrao

Factors beyond Collect, Codify, Share and other steps that enhance the Knowledge Management (KM) process.

 

1. UNDERSTAND THE FLOW OF KNOWLEDGE IN YOUR ORGANIZATION2. UNDERSTAND THAT KM TECHNOLOGY IS 1 PIECE OF THE PUZZLE3. UNDERSTAND AND ADDRESS THE CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS
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A good summary of the KM process!

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