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The Importance of Agility During The Great Resignation (Part 1: Retention)

With more people than ever leaving their jobs, Agile teams can encourage retention and attract the right talent. Introduction People are still leaving their jobs, and in record numbers. According to Willis Towers Watson’s 2022 Global Benefits Attitudes Survey, a … Continue reading

How to Explain Ontologies to Any Audience

Recently, I’ve been thinking a lot about how we can better explain complex, semantic concepts like ontologies, knowledge graphs, and data fabrics to others in an approachable, easy-to-understand manner. I’ve been in any number of situations where I’ve struggled to … Continue reading

Integrated Change Management Plan for Top Telecommunications Company

The Challenge Their Challenge: One of the top telecommunication companies in the world is pursuing an ambitious corporate strategy that entails a digital transformation of its entire operations, expanding its service offerings, and exploiting new business opportunities to become a … Continue reading

Read My Mind – Fostering Effective Communication

I was recently reading an article from Psychology Today entitled, “Why Didn’t You Hear What I Meant to Say?” by Leon F Seltzer, Ph.D., where the author illustrates how people trick themselves into thinking that they’ve adequately communicated with others. … Continue reading

Change Management: If It’s Not Integrated, It’s Not Going to Work

Series Introduction Effective change management requires the ultimate war-room strategy. You must win over the hearts and minds of the people and ensure those hearts and minds lead to hands doing things in the new way for the long run. … Continue reading

Building an Agile KM Roadmap

Knowledge Management (KM) is fundamental to the effectiveness and success of every organization. A strategic roadmap to maturing an organization’s KM capabilities is what sets apart organizations that leverage their collective knowledge from their competitors who don’t have a handle … Continue reading