Knowledge And Information Management
A successful business today must possess the capacity to quickly glean valuable insights from massive amounts of data and information coming from diverse sources. The scale and speed at which companies are generating data and information, however, often makes this … Continue reading »
In my last blog, I discussed how knowledge graphs aggregate information from multiple systems to enable powerful search and discovery tools. A semantic hub (or semantic middleware) is a metadata-enhanced bridge that connects a knowledge graph to user-facing applications, helping … Continue reading »
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 »
Effective knowledge sharing is the lifeblood to knowledge-based organizations. High-performing organizations are ones that have mastered the art of empowering their newer employees with the knowledge and experience of the more-tenured, highlighting new ways of thinking and doing, and fostering … Continue reading »
Enterprise Knowledge is hosting the Knowledge Management Assocation (KMA) MeetUp. Join the group and RSVP by visiting the KMA MeetUp event page. This MeetUp will feature Victor Jimenez, an experienced leader and KM practitioner with over 15 years of combined professional … 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 »
There are three key questions to ask when developing a Knowledge Management (KM) strategy: where are you, where do you want to be, and how do you ensure you get there successfully? These are the three pillars crucial for the … Continue reading »
Enterprise Knowledge is hosting the Knowledge Management Association (KMA) MeetUp. Join the group by visiting the KMA MeetUp page.
Zach Wahl explains the importance of knowledge management and making connections.