Category: Strategy

Knowledge and Innovation: 21 Critical Innovation Principles that Benefit from Knowledge Management

Knowledge and Innovation: 21 Innovation Principles That Benefit from a KM Perspective Knowledge management often sounds like a controlling function, but it can also be a liberating one. Seeking knowledge, examining problems from different points of view, and synthesizing content and context to create new, often unique possibilities requires an openness that the process view.

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Thought Leadership’s Golden Rules [Infographic]

Thought Leadership’s Golden Rules Thought leadership isn’t just for individuals. In the Serious Insights guide “Thought Leaderhip’s Golden Rules,” you will learn how to use thought leadership to shape people’s perception of a company, its products and its services. Firms large and small want to be thought leaders. Thought leadership derives from strategic differentiation, a.

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Innovation: More Poetry than Science

An earlier version of this post originally appeared at Fast Company Innovation: More Poetry than Science Practical lessons from 35 years of writing poetry to help individuals and teams deliver more innovative products, processes, and services. In a conversation with Phil McKinney, former HP Chief Innovation Officer and author of Beyond the Obvious: Killer Questions That Spark Game-Changing.

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Developing a Winning Thought Leadership Strategy

What Is a Thought Leadership Strategy? How do you think about the future of your market? Does your organization include people who help shape your industry? What unique insights does your organization have about its market? What is your vision for the future of your customer? The answer to these questions should be coordinated by.

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Don’t Deploy IoT Without Knowledge Management

Don’t Deploy IoT Without Knowledge Management The Internet of Things (ioT) empowers organizations to apply knowledge management (KM) in the physical world. IoT provides a platform for capturing and managing metadata about physical objects. IoT also requires knowledge management for its success. A good IoT implementation requires descriptions and management of architecture, infrastructure, distribution and.

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IBM Debater and Rubik’s Cube Solutions: Why AI Isn’t Intelligence

Why AI isn’t Intelligence Classifying the wonders of current machine learning algorithms as artificial intelligence does a disservice to the idea of intelligence and creates a vague market that offers little differentiation or definition of the solutions it contains. AI isn’t Intelligence. Marketers need to stop cluttering “AI” by establishing classification, logic, and pattern recognition.

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Project Maven: Google Doesn’t Need an AI in Military Policy, It Needs to Launch a Military Contracting Company

Google and Project Maven VentureBeat led its AI newsletter today (June 1, 2018) with a discussion about Google’s involvement in the Pentagon’s Project Maven. Perhaps because of Google’s legacy of public mottos and codes of conduct that state it doesn’t want to be evil (which it recently removed), there is more backlash against Google’s participation.

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Why The Slow Pace of IIoT Adoption?

The Slow Pace of IIoT Adoption The slow pace of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) adoption offers a lesson on technology getting ahead of its customers. Unlike pure software plays, IIoT requires a sophisticated network of sensors, along with meaningful data collection and algorithms that turn insights into actions. According to a Cisco study “60.

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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? 14 Important Responsibilities and Accountabilities

What is the Chief Knowledge Officer Job? At the highest level, the 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 the Chief Knowledge Officer job through content.

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