For most of my career, one of my favorite “made up” words has been findability. It is the perfect term to explain the “why” of taxonomy, search, and, in many cases, Knowledge Management in general. When I talk findability, I … Continue reading »
As I’ve often asserted, Knowledge Management struggles with its own identity. There are any number of definitions of KM, many of which put too much stress on the tacit knowledge side of the knowledge and information management spectrum, are overly … Continue reading »
Enterprise Knowledge team members Zach Wahl, Joe Hilger, Claire Brawdy, Yanko Ivanov, and Chris Marino will all be speaking at the upcoming KM Showcase, presented by the Knowledge Management Institute. The KM Showcase is a one-day conference focused exclusively on … 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.
At first glance, the terms “findability” and “discoverability” may seem similar, if not the same. However, these terms are distinct, and both are key outcomes that should be considered in any comprehensive Knowledge Management (KM) strategy. In this blog, you’ll … Continue reading »
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 »
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 »