Editor’s note: This links to our curated post titled, ‘Science reveals the tipping point between success and failure’. Here Harold Jarche looks at what working smarter looks like in organisations, especially when it comes to finding and sharing insights.
Browsing: knowledge management
Editor’s note: This short article from Harold Jarche very succinctly makes the case for building your own knowledge management and sense making skills and then applying those to teams and across organisations. This is a really useful blueprint for knowledge management in a networked world.
Editor’s note: This presentation provides an indepth look at knowledge management in 2017. Some great insights and examples of how organisations are harnessing knowledge in the era of social media. Hat tip: Harold Jarche.
Editor’s note: This article looks at organisational ‘memory’ and the need for organisations to be able to facilitate knowledge exchange between older and younger workers. Not a revolutionary idea but one that becomes more pressing as people stay in post for less time.
Editor’s note: Harold Jarche shares his 10-year personal knowledge management journey and explains the models and tools he has used and developed along the way.
Editor’s note: How do you make the most of your deep smarts – those with deep company knowledge and experience – when they don’t want to share what they know? A question for our times as our aging workforce gets closer to leaving employment.
Editor’s note: A 2015 reappraisal of knowledge management looking more closely at how to get to the knowledge you really need to help support the organisation. Interesting methodology here.
Editor’s note: Reflections on the role of social technologies in managing knowledge. Interesting ideas around how knowledge ‘works’.
Editor’s note: Reflections on knowledge management. Best place to start? Figure out what to capture.
Editor’s note: We are starting to see enterprise tools that help users filter information. Sitting on top of complex IT systems, tools such as Docurated could be the answer to making those systems work for us.
Editor’s note: The company’s former HR head Nandita Gurjar is setting up a new line of business looking at enterprise capability and knowledge management. The company is setting up with 50 staff. This type of investment just goes to show the importance of knowledge capture and transfer for big companies.
Editor’s note: Reflections on the value of knowledge management in legal firms and how lawyers might measure the effectiveness of knowledge management in their organisations.
Editor’s note: An article that looks at the psychological characteristics of lawyers and how these can be used by knowledge management professionals to help lawyers share and create useful content.
Editor’s note: Slide deck from Andy Petroski on knowledge management and where it fits with social learning. Some useful slides explaining the difference between training, knowledge management and performance support.
Editor’s note: From KMWorld 2012, Dr Jay Liebowitz’s top 10 keys to knowledge management success.