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Which Comes First: The Chicken or the Egg?

by George Ball

KM pros face their own conundrum: How do we structure our knowledge management efforts--around the knowledge that we already have, or around the knowledge that we need?

It's Not Personal. It's Just Business.

by Miriam Ziemelis

You have heard it a million times in every good guy vs. bad guy movie. But in today's world of salary negotiations, it's time to see if we believe it or not.

KM Process Maps

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How do knowledge managers decide what's really important, what really delivers bottom-line value and then structure it so it's easily accessible and ready to use? Using KM Process Maps, of course.

Program Management 101

by Kathryn M. Denton

Perhaps the biggest mistake of program management is not recognizing when you have a program to begin with. Tune in to program management, where visibility equates to risk and all of the program managers are well above average.

Deployability: The New Business Frontier

by Jeff Schwartz

Deployability is the key to success. Whether you need to bring a new capability or product to market, streamline operations or forge business partnerships, building an architecture that focuses on business deployability is what will set you apart from the competition.

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