Thursday, 2 April 2009

KM is useful...but it has to be strategic

From the KM Edge Blog an interesting post here on how "sharing" is great but "but strategic knowledge management (SKM) makes sure we invest in doing the right things for the right reasons"

So what does this really mean? As the author explains the problem with tradtional Knowledge Managment is that you either do it or you don't. "You either believe in the effectiveness and importance of KM or you are an unbeliever, and resistance leads to the traditional complaints of, "When will they get it?"

A short but interesting post.

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