Knowledge Management Strategy
In the final part of her two-part series on understanding design thinking, Claire Brawdy shares how those working in the knowledge management space can use design thinking to engage users from the start and create solutions collaboratively. To that end, … Continue reading »
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 hear that it’s difficult to know where and when to start. In part one of this three-part series, Zach Wahl discusses defining management strategy and how we work to help … 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 »
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 Assocation (KMA) MeetUp. Join the group by visiting the KMA MeetUp page.
Zach Wahl explains the importance of knowledge management and making connections.
This is the second in a two part blog series, sharing our best practices collected through our efforts in ontology consulting. The first part of the series described 5 key recommendations for any new ontology project. These recommendations need to … Continue reading »
After nearly twenty years of Knowledge Management Consulting, I’ve developed core themes to what I believe comprises good KM. EK’s definition of KM embodies many of these themes: “Knowledge Management involves the people, culture, content, processes, and enabling technologies necessary … Continue reading »
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 »