What techniques might you use to encourage knowledge sharing and help to improve productivity in your organization?
A knowledge management strategy can successfully or incorrectly impact an organization’s business functions. It can also affect how well the organization performs in the marketplace.
Why are organizations moving knowledge management (KM) to the cloud? APQC lists five reasons for this move.
Knowledge management (KM) creates uses, shares, and maintains an organization’s knowledge and information.
KM also allows employees to access the information and knowledge they need to do their work effectively, efficiently, and seamlessly every time.
Knowledge capture starts with identifying and documenting the procedural and tacit knowledge critical to an organization’s success.
For any task, there is information about the task (input), process using knowledge, and output that completes the task. How do artificial intelligence (AI) and knowledge management work with each other in this process?
Without document management in place, your employees have trouble knowing what to do, why and how they are doing it, and where to find the information to get it done.
A strong data management strategy is important as organizations rely more on intangible assets to create value.
This checklist shows how good document management can help your organization.
As a foundational technology for content management, document management supplies basic functionality to content management. Today, it is a common part of enterprise content management.