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Achieving Real AI Through KM

At EK, we’ve consistently talked about the foundational value of Knowledge Management to achieve some of the more advanced information management, findability, and semantic web capabilities organizations have been seeking. At the same time, we’ve increasingly been coming across organizations … Continue reading »

Moving Your Knowledge Management Journey Forward with Design Thinking

As I’ve often asserted, one of the major reasons KM efforts fail is the lack of early, frequent, and consistent involvement from end users. We also continue to see organizations struggle with early KM strategy and decision-making, failing to get … Continue reading »

Knowledge Management Benchmarking: Part 2

In the final part of this two-part series, EK’s Zach Wahl continues his discussion of the proprietary Knowledge Management Maturity Benchmark, used as part of EK’s Strategy and Design Services. Zach describes the five workstreams which make up the benchmark, and … Continue reading »

Knowledge Management Benchmarking: Part 1

As part of EK’s Strategy and Design efforts, we work with organizations to clearly define the Current State of KM as a starting point. To that end, we have developed a proprietary Knowledge Management Maturity Benchmark, based on our years … Continue reading »

Why Practical Knowledge Management Matters More Than Ever

EK’s Zach Wahl recently presented at the annual KMI Showcase in Tysons Corner, VA. Wahl’s presentation, titled “Why Practical KM Matters More than Ever,” covered EK’s definitions of Knowledge and Information Management and discussed core business challenges and how KM can help … Continue reading »