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6 Questions to Help Determine Where to Start Your KM Transformation

“Where do we start?” It’s a question that can seem daunting for the organizations that EK works with as they contemplate moving from developing a Knowledge Management (KM) Strategy to implementation. This question invites uncertainty and even skepticism as leadership … Continue reading »

3 Ways to Build Adaptability as a Core Organizational Competency

Often when working with an organization, we hear from leadership a desire for their workforce to be more adaptable. Their reasons vary. Some are working within a resource-constrained environment (e.g., they face limitations on staffing, budgets, and other resources necessary … Continue reading »

Design Thinking for Organization Design

At EK, we are mindful that for any Knowledge and Information Management initiative to be effectively adopted within an organization we have to ask ourselves two questions: “who will have to do their jobs differently?” and “what new processes and … Continue reading »