A misconception in knowledge management is that technology will take care of everything for you. People think the technology will be so compelling that an instant community of knowledge sharers will spontaneously emerge. But, it doesn’t work that way in reality.
The last thing you want to do is waste valuable time looking for information in your messy internal file-sharing system. It’s time to learn what a knowledge management system is and how it can help.
When federal agency leadership and staff change, institutional knowledge gets lost and missions are put at risk. Knowledge management helps preserve the agency’s information continuity and set up future staff for success.
Data curation and management – when done right – can be a powerful tool that leads to better outcomes. Here are a few tips to point you in the right direction.
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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.
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.
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…
As knowledge workers in today’s digital world, we’re constantly bombarded with unstructured information of all types in all formats–emails, news feeds, blogs, research papers, whitepapers, performance reports, market analyses, etc.…
You’ve been there. A co-worker asks you to find a document on the shared drive. Despite some searches, you’re unable to find exactly what was requested. Frustrated (and perhaps a…
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