Knowledge Management Institute

Our Blog

How to Create a Learning Culture

Aug 22, 2019   |  By KM Institute

Workplace culture is an intangible concept that can be influenced by a myriad of internal and external factors. One of the most significant factors impacting the development of an organization’s culture is how well it responds to and adapts to change. Many organizations share common business challenges. To overcome these challenges, each business must look to its unique collection of assets. The most valuable asset a business has lies in the collective knowledge of its workforce.

Where AI Proves Irrelevant, Knowledge Management is the Optimal Solution

Jul 23, 2019   |  By Moria Levy | CEO ROM Knowledgeware ltd.

Everyone's excited to discuss Artificial Intelligence, and even more excited when Deep Learning is brought up. Surely, this is a revolutionary concept. That said, it has surely somewhat dizzied us.

Some seem to think that in the future professions will change and workers will become redundant. Some refer to production workers, others add accountants and other to the list. They are probably right.

Artificial Intelligence and Knowledge Management - Understanding How They Are Linked

Jul 02, 2019   |  By Dr. Randhir Pushpa | Founder and Chief Consultant, Acies Innovations

The fourth industrial revolution has arrived. The possibilities of AI and how we will benefit from it is mind boggling and beyond imagination of many. It is said that like second industrial revolution resulted in us getting electrified, the fourth industrial revolution will end in us being ‘cognified’. We are getting into a data and insight driven world and it will be interesting to check the linkage between Knowledge management and Artificial intelligence at this juncture so that we leverage AI in a more meaningful way.

Developing Good Habits to Make KM Stick

Jun 12, 2019   |  By Mary Little | Enterprise Knowledge

Clients often ask me how to make Knowledge Management (KM) a seamless part of their workforce’s day-to-day operations. They want to know how to shift people’s perceptions from KM as “another thing I have to do in addition to my daily workload” to something that is done naturally as part of their everyday workflow. The idea that there is no immediate, one size fits all solution to effortlessly integrating KM into their culture and work may seem daunting. This goal, however, is no different than getting fit for the summer.

Motivation and KM

May 29, 2019   |  By Tom Olney, PMP, CKM, CUDE | VP, Knowledge Management - PSCU

The Million Dollar Question

If I’m a subject matter expert – and I’m recognized and rewarded for what I know – what is my motivation to share? Is it for the good of humanity, or the business, or my fellow employees? Is it to leave a legacy? Is it just because it’s the right thing to do? For most people, none of these reasons are compelling enough to stop the knowledge hoarding madness.

Diagnosing Knowledge Management Problems with a Social Innovation Framework

May 07, 2019   |  By Jamie Muskopf | Guest Blogger

Social Innovation can be defined as “the systematic disruption of social norms to effect social change.” As knowledge managers, we are quick to learn that much of the work we do involves not simply designing better processes and using technology advantageously, but disrupting the social and behavioral norms of people in our organizations in ways that enable their successful participation in new processes and technology related changes.

Video: KM Showcase 2019 Recap

Apr 26, 2019   |  By admin

Check out highlights from the KM Showcase 2019.

Save the date - March 4-5, 2020 - for the next Showcase!  The 2-day event will be held at the Westin Arlington Gateway. 

You won't want to miss it!

 

Video: Collective Intelligence

Mar 28, 2019   |  By Stephanie Barnes

Creativity and Innovation for KM Programs

The second in a series of videos about knowledge management, creativity, and innovation. In this episode, Stephanie Barnes (www.realisation-of-potential.com) and John Girard (www.johngirard.net) discuss knowledge management and why collective intelligence is worthy of note.

 

Mission to take KM to Where it Belongs: Charting a New Destiny for Knowledge Management

Mar 08, 2019   |  By Dr. Randhir Pushpa | Manager, DXC Technology

Recently scientists discovered a new organ in human body “Interstitium”, probably one of the biggest. It was always in the plain sight, but it was never recognized as an organ. Knowledge is also probably suffering from this overlooking. While it is underlying any activity done by organizations and the ability to manage knowledge directly impacts performance and competitiveness of an organization, this is completely missed.

The Magical Art of Tidying Up Content

Feb 12, 2019   |  By Mary Little | Enterprise Knowledge

If you have Netflix, you’ve probably seen Tidying Up pop up on your feed. It’s a new series based on Marie Kondo’s book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, which presents her methodology for clearing your clutter, getting organized, and creating space for only the things that still and will continue to serve you and “spark joy” in your home.

Pages

How to Contact Us

3554 Founders Club Drive, 
Sarasota, FL, 34240 (USA)

Phone:         (US) 1-866-360-IKMI (4564)

Training: training@kminstitute.org
Partnering: eric.weidner@kminstitute.org




KMI Calendar

© 2019 KM Institute, All Rights Reserved.