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Metrics of a Successful Knowledge Community

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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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New Year’s Resolutions to Kick-Start Knowledge Management and Information Curation

By John Steed
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If you’ve been to the gym lately, you know a lot of people are all-in on their New Year’s resolutions to get in shape and improve their health. If you’re not one of them, we promise not to judge you.

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Distilling Your Data to What’s Important

By Andrea Castle
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In our previous post, we looked at how knowledge management can solve your information overload. More isn’t always better. Deep down, you know it’s true. But it’s easy to forget, especially when it comes to collecting data.

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Cutting Through Information Overload so You Can Make Better Decisions

By Tyler Wilson
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When you need to find a key document, the last thing you want to hear from a colleague is, “It’s on the shared drive” or “It’s in SharePoint.” Searching for…

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Jordan Can’t Keep Up Its Double Game

By Aaron Magid
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Tesla In the News: Originally published in Foreign Policy on August 23, 2018

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Enterprise Services

By Kristin Quinn
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Tesla Government hosted a USGIF GEOINTeraction event

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Virginia Chamber Unveils 23rd Annual List of Virginia's Fastest Growing Companies – The Fantastic 50

By Fred Hassani
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Tesla Government is named as a Virginia Chamber of Commerce 2018 Virginia Fantastic 50 Winner

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When Big Tech Is Not the Answer—Why Small Businesses Get More Done

By Julia Belloti
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Every company wants to be more productive and maximize profit and to do so, many of them use large-scale productivity suites and apps. But what if I told you the…

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Beyond Cultural Training: Turkey and the Case for Context

By Emine Toplu
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Military officers deploying abroad and executives conducting activities overseas often receive cultural training designed to help them avoid offending host country nationals and to negotiate effectively with host country counterparts.…

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Afghanistan Is Finally Holding Elections—While the Taliban Gobbles Up Territory

By John Strobridge
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Afghans are set to head to the polls next year to elect a new parliament more than three years after the legislative body’s most recent term expired in 2015. The…

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The Geospatial Data Act of 2017: A Necessary Step Forward, with One Major Flaw

By John Steed
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Even the casual observer will likely have noticed a greater prevalence of the words “geospatial” or “GIS” over the past few years, and for good reason. The use of geospatial…

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