You project managers know that you are held accountable for a heck of a lot. Here are your responsibilities in Powerpoint slide format so you can impress your boss, co-workers, subordinates, parents, customers and clients.
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Knowledge management is driving important changes in the software and services market. This presentation explains just why and how knowledge management is a force to be reckoned with in today's marketplace.
The true value of knowledge management is using it to solve a business problem. This presentation will show you where, what and how to measure the true value of knowledge management for your company.
This presentation is based on a real-life plan for jump-starting knowledge management at a fast-growing management consultancy with hundreds of people and lots of offices nationwide. If it worked for them, it will work for you!
Closing the execution gap in knowledge management is never easy. This excellent presentation gives you hints on how to do just that. It concentrates on KM best practices and keys for success.
Knowledge management and organizational culture are inextricably linked. Implementing a KM program affects strategy, structure and people, all of which have a cultural basis. This presentation guides you as you define a culture for knowledge management within your company.
Here's the scenario: Because you might add an additional network with multiple types of computers and your own IT network is growing so rapidly anyway, you decide it is time for a CORBA Web server. How do you sell this idea to management? This presentation will help.
Is knowledge management a strategic priority at your company? This interesting presentation summarizing the results of an actual executive Internet study panel will give you an idea just how your company's KM approach stacks up to those of other companies.
This presentation helps define intellectual capital and helps you assess how much value you are creating for your customers and shareholders with it. A real eye-opener.
In the past decade four different areas of thought have developed to help address the changing picture of work and learning. This presentation covers them all in great depth and shows you how to put everything together in an enterprise learning system (ELS).