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Avoiding Adoption Failure: 4 Change Management Must-Do’s

Jul 01, 2020   |  By Kristin McNally with Enterprise Knowledge

This blog is part of a 4-part series aimed at giving you the language to build a compelling case for change management in your organization.

A quick online search of the question “When do we implement change management?” surfaces the age-old response of “the sooner the better.” It’s common advice that change management efforts should run in tandem with the kickoff of any initiative (or technology launch) to ensure sustainability and return on investment. But in the early stages of a knowledge management project, what does change management look like?

KM and the Digital Workplace During Covid-19

Jun 15, 2020   |  By admin

We are going through a disruption in the way we work and manage our work. While the current pandemic has pushed most companies to take work to home, this change is going to last with many companies planning to adopt a new way of working. To make virtual work more productive, one of the key elements is Knowledge Management. This means a lot of coordination with team members and decisions to be made, usually involving information and knowledge. In a physical space, these activities happen without any challenge.

Keynote Presentation from KM Showcase: "KM2020 and Beyond"

Apr 14, 2020   |  By admin

Check out the full video and more at our KM Showcase 2020 Recap Page...

(https://www.kminstitute.org/content/km-showcase-2020-recap

Knowledge Management Trends in 2020

Apr 08, 2020   |  By CEO of Enterprise Knowledge, Zach Wahl

The field of knowledge management continues to evolve quickly, embracing new disciplines including semantic technologies and artificial intelligence as core parts of the growing field. Based on our experience as the largest Knowledge Management Consulting company globally, I’ve once again defined the trends that I believe we can expect to see increasing over the next year and beyond. 

For full article, click here...

Reflections on KM Showcase 2020

Mar 12, 2020   |  By Liz Herman, PhD PMP CPTC | Senture, LLC

Last week, Senture, LLC staff sponsored, exhibited, and attended KM Showcase 2020 co-presented by KM Institute and Enterprise Knowledge. The Showcase provided an excellent opportunity to meet and engage with KM experts and fully embrace the Learn, Collaborate, and Apply concepts that were evident in conversations in the Exhibit Hall, in speaker presentations from the KM Experts and KM in Practice tracks, and in the plenary sessions.

Introduction to Conversational Leadership for KM Practitioners

Feb 05, 2020   |  By John Hovell

Why consider Conversational Leadership?
Our world has notable peace and turmoil. We can see peace between countries that were at war just a few decades ago. And we can see peace in communities and families that have worked through their challenges. Alongside this peace, we can also see turmoil in countries, communities, and families.

Why Knowledge Management's Time is Now

Jan 08, 2020   |  By Rooven Pakkiri | Social KM Expert

Officially started back in 1995, Knowledge Management (KM) has had a bumpy ride to put it kindly.  There are a number of reasons for this, the most significant one being that it was at its inception owned and delivered by IT (not KM specialists) and was largely dependent on databases with impenetrable folder structures.

Creativity for Knowledge Management Programs

Dec 10, 2019   |  By KMI Staff

We're sharing with you here a series of short discussions captured on video between Stephanie Barnes and John Girard about the use of creativity in knowledge management. It came about because of the chapter that Stephanie wrote for the book John and JoAnn Girard created and edited called, Knowledge Management Matters: Words of Wisdom from Leading Practitioners

Building an Agile KM Roadmap

Oct 09, 2019   |  By Mary Little, with Enterprise Knowledge

Knowledge Management (KM) is fundamental to the effectiveness and success of every organization. A strategic roadmap to maturing an organization’s KM capabilities is what sets apart organizations that leverage their collective knowledge from their competitors who don’t have a handle on it at all. That is especially the case for organizations that are in the business of offering their knowledge to their clients, such as:

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.

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