Here are three simple steps for knowledge management that will become a career superpower for your professional development.
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Microlearning videos are a new way to both capture existing employee knowledge as well as transferring that knowledge to those who need to learn it.
In order to stay relevant and sustainable, implement ways to document new knowledge every day, nurture it through systems and training routinely, and harvest it at least quarterly.
Learn how knowledge management can help your agency prepare for the Silver Tsunami.
Learn how to successfully train a new workforce by using an existing knowledge management model.
Citizens now expect the same types of services from government agencies as they do from their banks, favorite stores and other businesses. Agencies must treat their constituents as longterm customers by keeping up with trends in communication, technology and mobile connectivity. Learn how knowledge management strategies and tools can help.
Like many earlier this week, I was picking my jaw off the floor when I learned of the success of the Rosetta mission in safely getting the Philae lander on comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko. There are not enough expletives to precede the word “amazing” in describing that feat of math and engineering (not to mention good fortune). Read… Read more »
Where does knowledge start? How do you start gaining more understanding? It starts with you, or more specifically, when you accept that you are mortal, imperfect – that the world does not revolve around you. The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom – Proverbs 9:10 Knowledge can start when you admit thatRead… Read more »
One of the important steps that an organization can take is improving its knowledge management programs. Knowledge management can be used to describe numerous initiatives, but the central goal is to preserve institutional knowledge. Organizations have taken different approaches to knowledge management, by either using a high level software service or other low cost initiativesRead… Read more »
A few weeks ago, I wrote about the shift from a ‘push’ to a ‘pull’ information economy. The same forces are also changing the nature of knowledge management (KM) – replacing a model in which KM was an activity that was centralized in terms of time, personnel, and location, to a highly distributed activity. ThisRead… Read more »