What is a Headless CMS?

Traditional content management systems (CMS) offer a full “one-stop-shop” for your organization’s content management needs. They allow you to author, manage, and deliver content to your end users all from a single solution. This approach is often called “monolithic,” as … Continue reading

Cleaning Up Content Cobwebs

Every Knowledge Management (KM) effort should include cleaning up existing content, whether the goal is migrating to a new system, implementing a taxonomy or search tool, or just clearing the clutter of old, irrelevant content cobwebs. Regardless of your KM … Continue reading

Supporting Grassroots Communities of Learning

In this recent presentation from KMWorld 2017, EK’s Rebecca Wyatt presented alongside the National Park Service to discuss content strategy and grassroots Communities of Practice (Communities of Learning) support.