Best practices for KM include avoiding common pitfalls; this post outlines the first 10 pitfalls observed by knowledge management expert Stan Garfield
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Knowledge management (KM) implementation include 10 best practices; Stan Garfield KM guru outlines these in this post on proven strategies
Knowledge managers should practice what they preach and learn from the experience of others, reuse the best ideas, and avoid the usual pitfalls
KM efforts begin for several reasons; initially due to individual people; more enduring reasons include enabling the organization to do things better
Knowledge Management is simply management – of people and of processes – in any organization that is predominantly made up of knowledge workers
Knowledge management has been defined by many scholars and business gurus; there are useful definitions which can be used to build a KM strategy
The term knowledge management is debated, but if by manage we mean care for, grow, steward, make more useful, the term knowledge management is apt
Knowledge managers need KM integration in three areas: process, platform and software.
Best practices for KM include effective process, platform and software integration; this helps achieve a productive knowledge management ecosystem.
Integrated KM processes, workflows, platforms, applications, systems, and software are easier for users and delivers improved business results
Effective process, platform, and software integration helps achieve a productive KM ecosystem; proven practices to integrate business processes
Knowledge managers need independence from IT, independence for users, and secure advocacy at the senior level in order for KM programs to succeed.
KM program independence means it’s not tied to any one function in an organization, can continue to operate, and is funded and supported by leadership