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Disadvantages of Lots of Data

By Fred Hassani
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We live in a grand age of communication. Every day, we have access to an abundance of data and information passing across our screens. Anything we need to know is…

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Why Do Knowledge Management Projects Fail? Lack of User Engagement.

By Andrea Castle
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Stories about project success and failure make great reading for project managers. Without enduring the pain, you can see how some projects went off the rails while others didn’t. For…

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Disadvantages of Lots of Data

By Fred Hassani
In
lots of data on a giant stack of paperwork

We live in a grand age of communication. Every day, we have access to an abundance of data and information passing across our screens. Anything we need to know is…

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Why Do Knowledge Management Projects Fail? Lack of User Engagement.

By Andrea Castle
In
Two people engaging in feedback

Stories about project success and failure make great reading for project managers. Without enduring the pain, you can see how some projects went off the rails while others didn’t. For…

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Metrics of a Successful Knowledge Community

By Ben Schwartz
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Effective knowledge management depends on community-building and collaboration: pulling together everyone’s information and experience in a usable format enables each individual to benefit from the shared body of knowledge. At…

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How to Make Information Manageable

By Ben Schwartz
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It’s no secret organizations and agencies are creating, acquiring, and storing more data than ever before. This data explosion is the new reality for government organizations—in fact, there is even…

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Cross-Agency Collaboration: Information Sharing for Combined Success

By Andrea Castle
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Federal agencies working on similar projects or in the same geographic area often find overlap in their missions and requirements. These separate agencies are asking the same questions, writing the…

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Building Collaboration Externally

By Ben Schwartz
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You are working in the name of the United States government to support and address an initiative on the other side of the globe. In the same region, you have…

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The Value and Importance of Open Source Research

By Tyler Wilson
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Timely, relevant information is critical for both business and government decisions. And while gathering and presenting information has never been easier, it is also more difficult in today’s fast paced,…

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Collaborating Across Time Zones

By Andrea Castle
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When work requires international collaboration, the last thing you want to do is figure out time zone differences. Learn how to make collaboration easy for global teams!

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Understanding User Adoption

By Andrea Castle
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Are you rolling out a new knowledge management platform, file sharing system, or another piece of internal software? Two words will make all the difference in how successful it is: User adoption.

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Organizing Your Data: File Naming Conventions and More

By John Steed
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Being smart about file naming conventions, metadata, and tagging can transform the way your organization uses internal knowledge. Learn why it matters.

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