In my career as a KM Consultant, I’ve often worked with organizations who have previously experienced failed KM initiatives and want to avoid repeating past mistakes. I’ve worked with an array of organizations spanning industries, size, and geography, yet the … 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 »
For the third year in a row, Enterprise Knowledge has been named one of the “100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management” by KMWorld Magazine, recognized for their superior Knowledge Management Consulting services. EK was recognized for providing practical knowledge and … Continue reading »
Taxonomy is not as daunting as it seems. In this blog series, one of EK’s taxonomy experts, Ben White, provides 4 practical steps to designing and validating a user-centric taxonomy. Step #4: Measure the Findability of Your Content Search, which … Continue reading »
This presentation leverages several recent success stories from EK’s client work to discuss current themes in Knowledge and Information Management systems design and development. It includes examples and discussion of Cloud, Agile, Taxonomy, and Change Management, amongst other themes.
Working with a client recently on building a new knowledge management system (KMS) from the ground up, I was reminded of the power of information items. Not only because they are the building blocks of a KMS, but also because … Continue reading »
Enterprise Knowledge (EK) and Semantic Web Company (SWC) recently announced a strategic partnership in support of Semantic Web Company’s PoolParty software suite. Continue reading »
KMWorld 2015 presentation from Enterprise Knowledge discussing the changing landscape and best practices regarding successful design, implementation, and support for Social Networks.
When it comes to knowledge and information management, enterprise systems possess very specific content needs. Even at high volumes, content needs to be sleek, user friendly, and brand appropriate. Yet, very few firms think in terms of content strategy, never … Continue reading »
Through our years of designing, developing, and implementing knowledge and information management technologies, we’ve consistently regarded user understanding and buy-in as key criteria for success. The change management profession aims to reduce the purported 70% failure rate on large projects … Continue reading »