Sounds like a serious ultimatum. But is collaboration really a life-or-death issue for your organization? Doubt it at your peril.
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In the New Economy, intellectual capital -- not physical or financial capital -- will be the king maker. So, the next time you walk into your bank (hopefully as a customer and not as a bank robber), go up to your investment advisor and say: "Forget the money. Show me your ideas!"
The latest from Gartner Group, as reported by our intrepid gantthead newshound.
Learning should be an activity for life--not just for people, but for enterprises, too.
A knowledge management system is no good if people can't--or won't--use it. Don't gloss over usability measures, or you'll end up shooting yourself in the foot.
You've read a lot about content management, but forget it all. Wrong assumptions have put the focus on getting information in front of people--but not the right information. The key to effective content management? An underlying understanding of how it should serve knowledge management.
Business functions not working perfectly? No need to squawk...knowledge management is the prime ingredient in every recipe for success. Take a look at how a KM approach will promote a healthy appetite in every department.
The wisest advice, while not often found in a fortune cookie, is almost always the simplest. Getting your team to be more productive is best achieved by having them better understand what it is they're producing.
"I'm sorry; I came here for a post mortem."
"Oh! This is Abuse. You want room 12A next door."
Sometimes its easy to confuse the two. Here's how to avoid that confusion and make your project post mortems constructive instead of just critical.
A little knowledge management goes a long way. Just learn some lessons from the unfortunate KM-challenged nominees for the infamous Darwin Awards.