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Developing Good KM Habits to Make KM Stick

Clients often ask me how to make Knowledge Management (KM) a seamless part of their workforce’s day-to-day operations. They want to know how to shift people’s perceptions from KM as “another thing I have to do in addition to my … Continue reading »

The Cost of Doing Nothing: The Business Case for Knowledge and Information Management

For many organizations, investment decisions on Knowledge, Data, and Information Management initiatives are driven by high-level business objectives such as increased efficiency, productivity, competitive advantage, and enhanced employee or customer engagement. While aligning Knowledge and Information Management initiatives with business … Continue reading »

Optimizing Your Search Experience: A Human-Centered Approach to Search Design

Designing a search solution requires an understanding of how people think, what they want, and how they go about getting what they want. You can implement the most technically sophisticated search tool for your organization, but if you’re not configuring … Continue reading »

How to Make SharePoint Not Look Like SharePoint, Part Two: Designing Your Master Page

In part one of our “How to Make SharePoint Not Look Like SharePoint” series, we discussed the KM value of custom-designed SharePoint sites, and guided readers through the activation of Publishing Infrastructure at the site collection level, and Server Publishing … Continue reading »

How to Make SharePoint Not Look Like SharePoint, Part One: Enabling Publishing Features

At EK, many of our clients have either chosen, or been forced to leverage SharePoint. While SharePoint is recognized for its document management capabilities, users of the software often ask, “How can I make SharePoint not look like SharePoint?” In … Continue reading »