KM: Like Riding a Bike?

A Guest Blog Post by:  Merel van Dijke, MSc. student in Knowledge and Information Systems Management at Southampton University, UK.

The Heart of Knowledge Management

Knowledge management most often refers to groups of people working together to achieve shared objectives. That work usually begins, however, in the personal sphere.

Accelerating Innovation through Sharing Failure

Howard Cohen, KM Institute Adjunct Instructor, shares his thoughts on the role of sharing failure in accelerating innovation. 

Howie blogs regularly here:

Practical Knowledge - The How to the What

Knowing how to apply knowledge is more important than the knowledge itself

by Madelyn Blair, PhD.