Category: Knowledge Management

Why Strategy Needs Knowledge Management

Why Strategy Needs Knowledge Management Strategy requires knowledge. Too often, strategy begins with a foray into an environmental scan—a knowledge project initiated to develop the context for the strategic dialog. Research projects at the start of a strategic planning process should put a red flag, as they suggest that the organization regularly operates without understanding.

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What is the Chief Knowledge Officer Job?

What is the Chief Knowledge Officer Job? At the highest level, Chief Knowledge Officer job, or CKO job, includes managing the processes, practices and technical specifications for the capture, retention and use/reuse of an organization’s knowledge. Many organizations infuse knowledge management into content creation and collaboration, distributing Chief Knowledge Officer job through content leaders, marketing,.

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Sensors and Knowledge Required to Reduce Threats to Aging Industrial Infrastructure

Knowledge and aging industrial infrastructure require organizations to think about the knowledge embedded in their infrastructure, and the knowledge required to embrace digital transformation. For most factories, plants, and industrial facilities no artificial intelligence monitors the status of far-flung equipment, and what little data flows from the amalgam of aging equipment does so to individual.

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New Research Report: Accounting for Knowledge in Mergers and Acquisitions

Accounting for Knowledge in Mergers and Acquisitions The Serious Insight Knowledge is central to the success or failure of a merger or acquisition. The value of many organizations is today based on potential future earnings rather than tangible property or operations. Assumptions about an organization’s knowledge, except perhaps intellectual property, and then not in its.

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Inheriting Other People’s Thinking

Inheriting Other People’s Thinking We have all experienced what I call Inheriting Other People’s Thinking. A stack of files, a directory on a server or some other form of “organized” content is given to us, and we are asked to pick up the work from our predecessor. We have just inherited someone else’s thinking. The way.

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Why the Chief Data Officer (CDO) Role Is Regressive & Dangerous

The rise of the CDO is regressive because data is an input to information & knowledge, and it is dangerous because it reinforces the propensity of organizations to focus on the moment rather than on strategic action and wealth creation. CDO role: Regressive and Dangerous With big data comes a new corporate role, yet another.

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Knowledge Management: The Price of Entry

Knowledge Management: The Price of Entry Knowledge management requires a price, and good design an even higher price. It is important that those involved in knowledge management pay attention, acutely, to the world around them, if they are to pick up the weak signals that precede new knowledge, or the wake of dissonance that alerts.

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Working in an Aging Country: Learning from and Teaching Older Workers

Learning from and Teaching Older Workers According to the OECD the aging US is at risk from antique policies and prejudices that fail to appreciate the benefits of a workforce of experience. It is past time that we learn to appreciate the contribution of older workers, and that we create policies that can leverage the knowledge and.

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Knowledge Management Failures Get Georgia’s Government Stuck in the Snow

The first thing all reporters, and eventually lawyers, ask, is: “Who knew what when?” In the case of emergency response or disaster recovery, there should be no doubt, because the organization, in this case, Georgia Emergency Management Agency (GEMA), should publish codified procedures that leave no doubt about what to do in a number of.

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Mind Map Application Market Update

With the rise of mobile devices, the number of mind mapping tools has risen in recent years, yet only a few should be considered enterprise-ready.  Mind mapping tools have evolved from simple drawing tools into complex environments that include collaborative authoring, project management, quantitative model building, dashboards and integration with third-party tools, particularly Microsoft Office,.

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