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Knowledge Management – It’s all about you

In today’s world we tend to focus on the tools that enable knowledge transfer...Sometimes so much so that organizations begin to believe that the tool is KM or that it provides the collaboration or knowledge transfer

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Knowledge Transference through Document Sets

KM people and organizational gurus romanticize that most hallowed of all transactions between two human brains -- the knowledge transfer...But they are a handy way to repurpose the transfer event in ways that enhance how these communities relate to one another

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Why do we collaborate?

Why do we collaborate? A simple question, but can you answer it? I asked around the office and I got some interesting answers. Here's a sampling: I collaborate to get buy-in I collaborate to get answers I collaborate to get acceptance of my ideas I...

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Empowering End Users via Automation

Self-service transferring/cloning access – The ability to transfer permissions from one individual to another or give someone the same permissions as another user is a very common scenario

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Kaplan & His Working Knowledge

He breaks down an organization’s knowledge management project potential into five categories: business impact, business advocacy, transferability and reach, feasibility, and relationship to strategic objectives

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Art Schlussel Who?

In my own life I am reminded on how we developed training and evaluation programs for knowledge transfer between the Air Force Airborne Communications Systems Operators who flew on the Special Air Mission (SAM) VIP aircraft out of Andrews AFB back when I was in the Air Force in the 1986 – 1995 timeframe

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