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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

What Software Engineering Can Teach Knowledge Engineers about Version Control

Information models like taxonomies and ontologies are rarely built independently, and they are never static. At EK, knowledge engineers partner with clients to build these models through an iterative process of design, validation, and implementation. The models that come out … 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

Crafting an Effective KM Elevator Pitch

Professionals trying to garner support for a Knowledge Management (KM) initiative within their team and/or organization are often asked by well-meaning colleagues and executives: “so what exactly is knowledge management?” For all professionals seeking to make KM a priority within … Continue reading

Knowledge Cast – Making Knowledge Management Clickable by Zach Wahl and Joe Hilger

In this episode of Knowledge Cast, Zach and Joe pass the mic to globally recognized KM expert Bill Kaplan, who interviews them about their new book Making Knowledge Management Clickable: Knowledge Management Systems Strategy, Design, and Implementation. Zach and Joe speak … Continue reading