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Three Important Factors to Consider for Implementing Effective Content Management

Organizational change, although deeply beneficial, is no easy task. One particularly daunting task is initiating an effective content management effort that will be embraced by their users. Organizations often want to change their content practices, make it more findable, less … Continue reading »

Enriching Knowledge Management Through Cultivating Communities of Practice

What Are Communities of Practice? You may have picked up a few new hobbies or pursuits during the COVID-19 pandemic, but have you done anything to nurture your existing professional interests and areas of expertise? A community of practice (CoP) … Continue reading »

Knowledge Management Trends in 2021

The last year has been a big one for Knowledge Management. Technology is advancing rapidly, introducing capabilities around knowledge graphs, ontologies, and enterprise artificial intelligence that seemed like distant possibilities just a few years ago. The pandemic, meanwhile, forced every … Continue reading »

Taxonomy Implementation Best Practices

Have you ever found yourself wondering how to implement a taxonomy you’ve just designed or updated? You might have asked yourself, “How do I make this taxonomy work in SharePoint? In Salesforce? Oracle Knowledge Advanced?” You are not alone. Many … Continue reading »

What is Information Scent, and How do I Design for It?

Information Foraging When developing search for a website or intranet, getting to know your end-users and their behavioral tendencies is critical in order to improve the relevancy of search results. Being able to predict how users interact with the site … Continue reading »

Evaluating Knowledge Graphs for Search

The Challenge A national research organization wanted to determine the feasibility of building an organization-wide knowledge graph by building a knowledge graph proof of concept (POC), and evaluate the organization’s readiness to adopt knowledge graphs. The organization is one of … Continue reading »