Applied Knowledge Management Series: Addressing Challenges at Large Enterprises, Part 1
While Knowledge Management (KM) is critical for organizations of every shape and size, KM is often the key to longevity and success for large enterprises that must be able to adapt to volatility and constant change. Through our partnerships with … Continue reading
How Do I Implement A Taxonomy?
Congrats, you have a taxonomy! It is a strategic milestone for many organizations whether the taxonomy is instantiated in a taxonomy management system of some type, or, as we much more commonly see, stored in a spreadsheet. Regardless, your next … Continue reading
6 Questions to Help Determine Where to Start Your KM Transformation
“Where do we start?” It’s a question that can seem daunting for the organizations that EK works with as they contemplate moving from developing a Knowledge Management (KM) Strategy to implementation. This question invites uncertainty and even skepticism as leadership … Continue reading
Developing a Business Case for Knowledge Management
Whenever I describe Knowledge Management (KM) to someone who may not be familiar with it, I often get a response of surprise due to their lack of awareness of something so fundamental and necessary for any organization to be effective. … Continue reading
Defining Knowledge Management Strategy, Part 3 of 3
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.
Defining Knowledge Management Strategy, Part 2 of 3
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
Agile vs. Waterfall Project Management Series Part 1: It’s Not a Competition
Humans have been developing processes and refining how to manage work for many years. The Brief History of Project Management dates the application of Project Management (PM) back to the construction days of the Great Pyramids of Giza. Today, we … Continue reading
Prioritization Best Practices for Knowledge & Information Management
If you’re anything like me, you’ve set some ambitious goals for 2017. Whether at the individual level or the enterprise level, there will always be limited time and resources, so it’s important to prioritize the goals you want to achieve. … Continue reading