Recommended Knowledge Management 3.0 part III: The KM process

One of the major recurring themes this month will be knowledge management. For those who did not read the previous posts, u can check them here KM 3.0 part III: The KM process. Introduction The most important part when implementing a knowledge management system is having a well-defined strategy. If you don’t know why you want a KM system or what you want from it, you probably won’t succeed (and probably shouldn’t even try). Your strategy will influence your process, and your process will influence your choice of technology (and vice versa). The combination of these factors will determine how successful … Continue reading Recommended Knowledge Management 3.0 part III: The KM process

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Agreeing with the WSJ “”Why You Can’t Use Personal Technology at the Office”

Indeed, as an operational manager I always state that my personal productivity will increase with at least 15% in case the rigid use of guidelines and applications of our corporate ICT Guidelines would be loosened. Found at http://online.wsj.com/article/SB20001424052748703567204574499032945309844.html By NICK WINGFIELD Does this sound familiar? At the office, you’ve got a sluggish computer running aging software, and the email system routinely badgers you to delete messages after you blow through the storage limits set by your IT department. Searching your company’s internal Web site feels like being teleported back to the pre-Google era of irrelevant search results. At home, though, … Continue reading Agreeing with the WSJ “”Why You Can’t Use Personal Technology at the Office”

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Resolutions for 2010: applying Personal Knowledge Management according to Jon Husband and Steve Barth

Km World 09 Pkm Wkshp Sbjh111609   View more presentations from Wirearchy. Related articles by Zemanta KM & PKM – Missing Link (knowledgefordevelopment.com) KM Resources (4) (knowledgefordevelopment.com) Resolutions for 2010: Creating your Private Knowledge Management processes (fredzimny.wordpress.com) Personal Network Management Km Forum Oct 2009 (slideshare.net) A Pirate’s Approach to E2.0 (fredzimny.wordpress.com) Storytelling & Knowledge Management (slideshare.net) Resolution for 2010 Customer effort score: Shifting the loyalty curve by reducing customer effort (fredzimny.wordpress.com) Resolutions for 2010: Getting Ready for 2010 now (fredzimny.wordpress.com) Resolutions for 201X: Bruce Sterling’s scenario’s for the future (fredzimny.wordpress.com) Resolutions for 2010: Enhanced Marketing (fredzimny.wordpress.com) Resolutions 2010. Gartner: Cloud … Continue reading Resolutions for 2010: applying Personal Knowledge Management according to Jon Husband and Steve Barth

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Doug Cornelius’ presenting to the Boston KM Forum on Personal Knowledge Management 10/22/2009

Image by D’Arcy Norman via Flickr Personal Knowledge Management View more presentations from Doug Cornelius. Related articles by Zemanta KM & PKM – Missing Link (knowledgefordevelopment.com) Peter Drucker: The comeback charlatan (billbennett.co.nz) When “as a Service” Makes Nouns Into Verbs (cloudave.com) How Organizations Learn Example I (slideshare.net) Dave Snowden keynote (podcast) from KnowTech 2009 (k1v1n.com) KM Resources (4) (knowledgefordevelopment.com) Continue reading Doug Cornelius’ presenting to the Boston KM Forum on Personal Knowledge Management 10/22/2009

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