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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 »

Why People Fail to Share Knowledge

Effective knowledge sharing is the lifeblood to knowledge-based organizations. High-performing organizations are ones that have mastered the art of empowering their newer employees with the knowledge and experience of the more-tenured, highlighting new ways of thinking and doing, and fostering … Continue reading »

Defining Knowledge Management Strategy, Part 1 of 3

When we’re helping organizations with their knowledge management strategy, we often hear that it’s difficult to know where and when to start. In part one of this three-part series, Zach Wahl discusses defining management strategy and how we work to help … Continue reading »