New Year’s Resolutions – The Knowledge Management Edition

If you’re like many, at this time of year, you’re tossing the last of the fruit cake, sweeping the pine needles, and shelving the holiday decorations for another year.  Of course, it’s also that time of year to begin making … Continue reading

Knowledge Base Best Practices

Putting the Knowledge in Knowledge Bases Across the spectrum of the Knowledge and Information Management services offered by Enterprise Knowledge, one of the common themes of late has been the design and development of knowledge bases for helps desks and … Continue reading

EK Speaking at Government Knowledge Management Conference and Expo

EK’s Zach Wahl will be speaking at the Digital Government Institute’s upcoming Government Knowledge Management Conference and Expo.  The conference will be held on August 20th at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC.  Wahl will be participating on a panel with … Continue reading

EK Presenting for Knowledge Management Association

Enterprise Knowledge (EK) Principal Zach Wahl will be presenting at the upcoming Knowledge Management Association (KMA) webinar, as part of KMA’s National Virtual Events Webinar series.  Wahl will be speaking on Business Taxonomy Design, presenting an approach and best practices … Continue reading

Enterprise Knowledge Serving as Platinum Sponsor for KMWorld

Enterprise Knowledge, LLC today announced that they will be Platinum Sponsors for this year’s KMWorld Conference.  Enterprise Knowledge (EK) is a leading provider of knowledge management, Agile project management, information management strategy, and taxonomy consulting services to the public and … Continue reading

Building a Business Case for Knowledge Management

I am sure many of you have been following the the GM ignition switch recall.  The Washington Post has an interesting article on what happened the other day.  As I read the story, it painted a clear picture for me … Continue reading

Merging Knowledge and Information Management for Real Results

Over our years of knowledge management consulting and information management consulting, our clients often ask what the difference is between KM and IM.  A few simple online searches show similar queries run amok.  My experience, frankly, is that the definitions … Continue reading