As I did last year, I’m proud to close the year with a look back on EK’s accomplishments. We experienced another year of growth in new staff, new clients, and expansion of long-term efforts. We also continued to receive recognition … Continue reading »
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 »
In the final part of his three-part series on defining knowledge management strategies, Zach Wahl describes several factors that resonate with organizations when understanding the value of knowledge management, as well as several keys to effective knowledge management strategies.
When we’re helping organizations with their knowledge management strategy, we often refer to the importance of findability in any KM strategy. In part two of this three-part series, Zach Wahl discusses how to communicate the value of KM to stakeholders so that they understand … Continue reading »
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 »
In my nearly twenty years of taxonomy design consulting, one of the greatest challenges has been explaining the value of taxonomy to non-taxonomists. This is a particular passion of mine, and one in which Enterprise Knowledge has invested a great … Continue reading »
Over my years of consulting, I’ve had the opportunity to strategize, design, and conduct a number of content migration efforts. This is typically in the context of broader content management, document management, or knowledge base redesign or refresh efforts. … Continue reading »
Zach Wahl explains the importance of knowledge management and making connections.
After nearly twenty years of Knowledge Management Consulting, I’ve developed core themes to what I believe comprises good KM. EK’s definition of KM embodies many of these themes: “Knowledge Management involves the people, culture, content, processes, and enabling technologies necessary … Continue reading »
As 2016 comes to a close, I’ve been reflecting on EK’s challenges and successes over the course of the year. We had another year of growth, of great experience partnering with our clients to help them achieve their goals, and … Continue reading »