Nick Milton, of www,knoco.com, discusses Knowledge Management Strategy blog at http://www.nickmilton.com
Knowledge Management should be implemented in a staged, step-wise manner, explains Nick Milton of http://www.knoco.com blog at http://www.nickmilton.com
Nick Milton (http://www.knoco.com) discusses the two motivating mechanisms behind the exchange of knowledge – Push and Pull – the motivation to share and the motivation to learn. He concludes that Pull is a more powerful [More]
Nick Milton of http://www.knoco.com discusses the issue of governance for knowledge management, and proposes a three-component governance framework blog at http://www.nickmilton.com
Answers to the question (from an oil industry manager) – “How many more barrels of oil will I produce through knowledge Management”. Nick Milton, of http://www.knoco.com, discusses the sources of value from knowledge management. Blog [More]
Nick Milton, of http://www.knoco.com, describes the use of retrospects as part of Knowledge Management. Recorded in Johannesburg Blog at http://www.nickmilton.com Blog at www.nickmilton.com
Nick Milton, of http://www.knoco.com, explains what the standard “people, process, technology” really means in knowledge management terms. Blog at http://www.nickmilton.com
Nick Milton of http://www.knoco.com describes how recognising the three consituent groups in your organisation, based on their receptivity to Knowledge Management, allows you to tailor your culture change program accordingly.
Nick Milton, of http://www.knoco.com, introduces 4 metrics you can use to measure your Knowledge Management implementation blog at http://www.nickmilton.com
Nick Milton, of http://www.knoco.com, proposes a simple Knowledge Management definition. Blog at http://www.nickmilton.com