Importance of a KM Strategy

Earlier in 2021 I presented to US CYBER COMMAND via Teams on why organizations should have a Knowledge Management Strategy. This KM Strategy should be centered on the organization’s mission and vision then branch out to the strategic objectives (3-5 years). The KM Strategy is that roadmap the organization can use to go from a…

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100 KM Coffees with Rebecca Danicic

I was on LinkedIn and noticed an interesting group called 100 KM Coffees. I requested to join the group to see what type of digital water cooler it was and was glad I joined. The creator Rebecca Danicic created the group for KM Professionals and KM job seekers to showcase diverse applications of KM in various contexts, and…

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Knowledge Management vs an Information Management System

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There is a belief out there in industry and in the Department of Defense that if I have SharePoint or some other system (KMS or Information Management System) that they are doing Knowledge Management. Or the person that is doing their portal site is the Knowledge Manager for their organization. That may or may not…

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Interview with Aurélien Vasinis with Brainsfeed

I had a great time talking Knowledge Management with Aurélien Vasinis, CEO of Brainsfeed. To hear some perspective on pay walls, the academic side of Knowledge Management, and Knowledge Management within the U. S. Department of Defense In this interview, Aurelien and I discuss why this pandemic is the perfect time for Knowledge managers to…

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Knowledge Management with your family

Over this Covid-19 pandemic, I have been looking forward to being able to make those business to business networking connections again and gain more clients. One of the most important thing I have learned from this experience is how Knowledge Management can be done with your family.

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Meeting Management as Knowledge Transfer Mode

There are a lot of books and articles on both knowledge transfer and a lot more on how to conduct a productive meetings (“Death by Meeting” is one of my personal favorites). We have all been there. The weekly meeting with you giving updates to your boss and your boss giving you guidance on what…

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Knowledge Management Community of Austin (KMCA)

Back at the first of the year, I had a meeting with Benjamin Anyacho, a Knowledge Manager from the Texas Department of Transportation, at a local restaurant in Austin. I mentioned to him that we need to pool our collective resources and start having a conversation with other Knowledge Managers within the Austin and Central…

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Remote work and Knowledge Management

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Over the past few weeks, a lot of companies across the globe have had to change their views on “telework” or “remote work” policies due to COVID-19, just to stay in business. After all of this, are we going to learn how to transition from the “9-5” work environment of office buildings and cubicles? Are…

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Knowledge Management during COVID-19

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During this time of social distancing, quarantine, and working from home. A simple question must be asked. Was your company or business ready to do work outside of the business space? Or did you have to rush to find possible ways to have your workforce able to work from home? Did you have to layoff…

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