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Using Wireframes to Define and Visualize Enterprise Knowledge Graphs

As a complement to our enterprise search engagements with clients, we often end up exploring how the implementation of a knowledge graph can establish the foundation for more advanced KM and data efforts, such as smart search or AI capabilities … Continue reading »

Knowledge AI: Content Recommender and Chatbot Powered by Auto-Tagging and an Enterprise Knowledge Graph

The Challenge A global development bank needed a better way to disseminate information and in-house expertise to all of their staff to support the efficient completion of projects, while also providing employees with an intuitive knowledge sharing tool that is … Continue reading »

6 Questions to Help Determine Where to Start Your KM Transformation

“Where do we start?” It’s a question that can seem daunting for the organizations that EK works with as they contemplate moving from developing a Knowledge Management (KM) Strategy to implementation. This question invites uncertainty and even skepticism as leadership … Continue reading »

Five Steps to Implement Search with a Knowledge Graph

Knowledge Graphs and Search are commonly linked together to support search use cases such as: Returning contextual relationships with search results; Displaying relevant topics in a knowledge panel; or Powering an expert finder. These advanced use cases enable an organization … Continue reading »

Developing a Business Case for Knowledge Management

Whenever I describe Knowledge Management (KM) to someone who may not be familiar with it, I often get a response of surprise due to their lack of awareness of something so fundamental and necessary for any organization to be effective. … Continue reading »

Three Important Factors to Consider for Implementing Effective Content Management

Organizational change, although deeply beneficial, is no easy task. One particularly daunting task is initiating an effective content management effort that will be embraced by their users. Organizations often want to change their content practices, make it more findable, less … Continue reading »