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Group KM

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Group Knowledge Management (KM) takes PKMastery to the next level: getting things done. Group KM involves narrating your work, so that others in the group know what is happening, even when separated by time and space. Group KM focuses on teams and projects sharing their work to ensure as much common understanding as possible. There are many roles that can be done.

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Three types of KM

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For example, knowledge management is not a software system, but really three processes that are conducted in parallel and support each other; namely  Big KM , Little KM and PKM [ Patti Anklam ]. Big KM is needed in larger organizations that have a lot of outputs, events and processes to keep track of. This requires enterprise-wide systems.

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a simpler approach to km

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But what if those standards are useless cookie cutters ?  Is KM about collecting data or is it really about sense-making on an organizational level? It is messier, and it is the opposite of what most of KM has been about. An enterprise social network is one such environment. A recent posting for a six-week knowledge management contract was posted by the UNDP.

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A simple approach to KM

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Knowledge management (KM) does not have to be a major enterprise effort. But the lack of KM strategy can be a drag on innovation or hamper decision-making in a knowledge intensive organization. While not perfect, a simple approach to KM may be better than none at all, and preferable to a flawed and expensive enterprise-wide approach. Forcing PKM does not work.

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KM 2.0, Enterprise 2.0 & eLearning 2.0 Worlds Getting Closer

Tony Karrer

relates to KM 2.0 and Enterprise 2.0 - certainly there is a LOT of cross-over between what's being discussed. Well funny enough, it turns out that: DevLearn 2007 & KM World 2007 are both in San Jose, Nov. Maybe we can recruit some of the KM bloggers who are attending to come join us for Beer and Bloggers on Nov. 7. Some of the folks I see listed are people I read all the time: Dave Snowden Dave Pollard , David Gurteen , (apparently you have to be named David to work in KM), Ross Dawson (but since his name is Ross - now I'm not so sure about him).

User Profiles: Spanning Structural Holes

ID Reflections

Enterprise Collaboration Platforms and User Profiles Fast forward to the 21 st Century! Many forward looking organizations have already embraced the idea of social business (I will leave that for another post) and invested in high-potential enterprise collaboration and learning platforms. social_business KM social learning Collaboration e2.0Scenario #1 Here’s a scenario.

An organizational knowledge-sharing framework

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Explicit knowledge is easier to codify and more suitable for enterprise-wide initiatives, while implicit knowledge requires personal interpretation and engagement to make sense of it. So what types of knowledge management (KM) frameworks could help us support the codification of these knowledge artifacts? For larger organizations, all three types of KM are most likely necessary.

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ESN as knowledge bridges

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An effective suite of enterprise social tools can help organizations share knowledge, collaborate, and cooperate – connecting the work being done with the identification of new opportunities and ideas. Enterprise social networks (ESN) are growing in usage in most large organizations. single enterprise network does not provide much individual control. Forcing PKM does not work.

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my pkm story

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Taking these responsibilities requires attitude shift and initiative, as well as developing personal KM knowledge and skills. In a sense personal KM is very entrepreneurial, there are more rewards and more risks in taking responsibility for developing own expertise.” – Lilia Efimova. By 2009, I saw PKM as the missing component of most enterprise KM efforts.

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Scaling knowledge

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If everyone in the enterprise practices PKM, you could say that it is scalable in a certain sense. It is just not linear, in terms of 100% practice of PKM will yield 100% organizational KM. However, two organizational practices can take additional advantage of PKM outputs: Group KM and Enterprise KM, as I mentioned in a simple approach to KM.

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Here's how I'm approaching Personal Knowledge Management

The Learning Generalist

So, at the very outset let me tell you that the names of the steps on my KM model are stolen from David Allen , though the content of these steps may be a little different from how Allen describes them in his book. Also, here are some news feed bundles I've created which you may find useful: Blogs from the Agile Community Blogs about Enterprise 2.0 pkm social media enterprise 2.0

Enterprise 2.0 Has Arrived

Tony Karrer

Great article by Dion Hinchcliffe - The State of Enterprise 2.0. Increasing evidence abounds that Enterprise 2.0 adoption has begun in earnest with a typical example being Wells Fargo taking the plunge , having rolled out Enterprise 2.0 In these and other ways, such as the growing collection of success stories , Enterprise 2.0 Keep in mind Knowledge Management (KM). Dion then talks about some Lessons Learned: Lesson #1: Enterprise 2.0 is going to happen in your organization with you or without you. Lesson #2: Effective Enterprise 2.0 has arrived.

Learning and KM: Separated at birth?

Jay Cross

T wo years ago, DevLearn and KM World took place simultaneously in downtown San Jose. KM World 2009 is next week. Looking through the program, I’m delighted to see that many of the sessions could easily play at DevLearn and vice-versa. I’ll be in Hope, Arkansas; Washington, DC; and Barcelona during KM World this year, so I’ll miss the show. tools. strategy.

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Get outside the disciplinary box

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If this means some form of KM 2.0, If it means enterprise KM and perhaps even the semantic web, with all its undelivered promises, then I doubt that it will be adequate to simultaneously support creative individuals and develop flexible procedures and processes. Much has been learned in the KM field and there is much to learn from emergent social media practices as well.

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Loose hierarchies for knowledge management

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Each subsidiary, although part of the same corporate group and including the same functional teams, displayed very different patterns of KM and organizational features. The regression model showed that different organizational factors – especially Ba, work styles, and organizational control – were responsible for the resulting KM profiles of each local office: formal Ba in the U.S.

Internet Time Blog » KM and eLearning in synchronous rigor mortis?

Jay Cross

KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT IS A SIMPLE PROCESS ONCE THE RHETORIC IS REMOVED

Wonderful Brain

The benefits of knowledge management (KM) are a monster value-add to any organization. Some might think large enterprises require significant resources to carry forward a KM initiative. I’m not one of them. Is, KM , as some claim become the fiefdom of experts with metricians and quants creating a lexicon and modality to which only they hold the password? know there are nuances and specifics necessary in many systems and it’s no different in KM. Consider this KM for Dummies—No offense intended. Why is the oral tradition so different in the 21 st century. 

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Learning, KM vs. SM, Information, Web 2.0, and Second Life

Big Dog, Little Dog

KM will quietly die, and SM will win the soul of Enterprise 2.0, with the Gen X leadership quietly slipping the best of the KM ideas into SM as they guide the bottom-up revolution." See, KM vs. Social Media: Beware the Warmongers. Andrew McAfee lists 10 principles for the Enterprise 2.0 Korean Soon Du Bu. Acquistion vs learning - Doing Something Different.

Choosing between Social Media automation and Reflective Use

Ignatia Webs

Thanks to the Ol''daily my attention got grabbed by an article from Elsua (Luis Suarez - an KM/IBM social media pioneer). In his reflective blogpost on the industrialization of social media in the enterprise. His words rang a bell, as I am also caught between automating my (not corporate, but as I see it my personal brand) social media stream, because I feel I am not putting out as much as I want to. But after reading his blogpost, I realized the output is not why I started using social media, it is indeed the conversation, the network, the exchange of ideas. the dialogue.

Is Enterprise 2.0 a crock?

Jay Cross

Yesterday I attended the Enterprise 2.0 Next up was a panel session entitled “Is Enterprise 2.0 a Crock?,&# hosted by Information Week’s David Berlind. None of them thought Enterprise 2.0 The panel addressed Enterprise 2.0’s Booz is employing enterprise 2.0 to make business processes better, faster, and cheaper through bottom-up change.

Institutional Memory

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In The Future of Knowledge Management , he says that the main problem with KM systems is that they do not copy how real people think and that unlike a person, a “KM system simply gets slower as a result of more information” He proposes creating software scripts to organize information, but these must be capable of self-modification. This is hard but by no means impossible.

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Knowledge Management 101-b

The E-Learning Curve

KM can function as a framework for learning content – what he describes as the difference between “Course-centric and Knowledge-centric viewpoints” Knowledge Management 101-b is a post from: E-Learning Curve Blog. Tags: e-learning definition of elearning don morrison elearning KB KM Knowledge Management marc rosenberg smart enterprise

Knowledge Management 101

The E-Learning Curve

Knowledge Management (KM) has been described as “the process of capturing, sharing, and leveraging a company’s collective expertise” Knowledge Management 101 is a post from: E-Learning Curve Blog. Tags: e-learning definition of elearning don morrison elearning KB KM Knowledge Management marc rosenberg smart enterprise

The Connected Workplace

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Becoming a successful social organization will require more than just the implementation of enterprise social technologies. The 21st century connected enterprise is a new world of work and learning. Today’s digitally connected workplace demands a completely new set of skills. Our increasing interconnectedness is illuminating the complexity of our work environments.

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Three Principles for Net Work

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Look at a knowledge worker and how things can get done in an interconnected enterprise. This information can be mapped, and frameworks such as knowledge management (KM) help us to codify it. These complex exceptions need tacit knowledge to solve them but tacit knowledge cannot be codified in a KM system or EPSS. Work is changing. Known Problems and Exceptions. It is now known.

Social Learning Handbook

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Becoming a successful social organization will require more than just the implementation of enterprise social technologies. The 21st century connected enterprise is a new world of work and learning. The connected enterprise will not wait for the training department to catch up. This post is an excerpt from Jane Hart’s recently published  Social Learning Handbook 2014.

How to Stay on Top of Training Demand? Know the Alternatives

Mindflash

However, there must be a better way, so we reach for alternatives to training, such as knowledge management, performance support, enterprise 2.0, Read the definitions of each concept, and tell me if you see what I see: Knowledge Management : KM comprises a range of strategies and practices used in an organization to identify, create, represent, distribute, and enable adoption of insights and experiences. Enterprise 2.0 : Enterprise 2.0 is the strategic integration of Web 2.0 technologies Enterprise 2.0 Most enterprise 2.0 What are the differences?

Make it relevant

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This is where KM, L&D, OD and many other projects break down. It’s also where enterprise software initiatives can fail. John Stepper describes his recent experiences in discussing working out loud in Berlin. The recommendations are those many of us are familiar with: Make it simple. Just changing someone’s home page can make the platform seem much more accessible.

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learning and the future of work

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Becoming a successful social organization will require more than just the implementation of enterprise social technologies. The ubiquity of information outside the organization is showing the weakness of centralized enterprise systems. As enterprises begin to understand the Web, the principle of ‘small pieces loosely joined’ is permeating thick industrial walls. Learning PKM

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Pulling informal learning

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Look at what Push can mean in the context of demand-side KM: How often are training courses aligned with the moment of need? Connections are more important than content in the networked enterprise. Take a look at these 8 demand-side knowledge management principles by Nick Milton. People don’t pay attention to knowledge until they actually need it. Training is Push. Informal Learning

Harold Jarche » Big Consulting Companies Jumping on Bandwagon 2.0

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Posted on December 23rd, 2007 by Harold Jarche It looks like social media (wikis, blogs & social networking) are going the way of e-learning and knowledge management (KM). As I’ve said before, Free-agents and natural enterprises are better. When e-learning and KM first came out, it was difficult to market your services without expensive campaigns. “As I’ve said before, Free-agents and natural enterprises are better. " —Nassim Nicholas Taleb, PhD. link] ConstellationW hjarche: Want to change education? technology ? The game is afoot! Canada

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Fads vs Business Value: Knowledge Management & Enterprise 2.0

elearningpost

prefix as another way to bottle old wine—for example, KM before and Enterprise 2.0 Oliver Marks cautions on using the 2.0 Like the vast amount of blogs, there’s now a glut of content online with mostly nothing new to say (with honorable exceptions of course) on the topic of using web 2.0 technologies in business, the wonder of Twitter and on and on, in slide format. It’s far from clear who most of this material is aimed at - like the CD Roms ten years ago not many people actually look at this stuff unless there’s a compelling reason to

The collaboration field needs to cooperate

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The resulting map, and Kim’s explanations are most interesting for anyone doing work related to enterprise collaboration. Training, HR, OD, KM, IT, etc. Just read a few professional journals and blogs and you will see that the same workplace issues are being faced by HR, IT, OD, KM, Marketing, Communications and T&D departments. They just don’t do it with each other.

Competitive knowledge

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The KM focus for competitive knowledge is on the development of best practice. have mapped Nick’s Boston Square to the coherent organization to show how communities of practice provide the link between social networks and enterprise work teams to filter new knowledge and find competitive knowledge. It’s what gets done with the knowledge that matters. Competitive knowledge.

Activities, Bluemail, & CoScripter: Sharing and Reusing Work in the Enterprise

elearningpost

A paper on the use of some enterprise 2.0 Via Portals & KMapps in IBM (PDF). Activities' is interesting. Activity-centric computing systems seek to address the fragmentation of office work across tools and documents by allowing users to organize work around their purposeful activities. Activities is a web-based application that uses the construct of an “activity” to aggregate the people, resources, and tools involved in achieving a particular goal. An activity in the system is described by a title, a set of tags, and an optional due date.

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PKM: the basic unit of social business

Learning and Working on the Web

The ubiquity of information outside the organization is showing the weakness of centralized enterprise systems. As enterprises begin to understand the Web, the principle of “small pieces loosely joined” is permeating thick industrial walls. Knowledge bases and traditional KM systems should focus on essential information, and what is necessary for inexperienced workers.

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Shifting responsibility by taking responsibility

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The weakness of large-scale knowledge management (KM) as a field is that it is practiced only by a small group of professionals and is controlled by management. It is an enterprise practice. KM is difficult to scale to the masses. About 10 years ago a fictional video , EPIC 2014, forecast the future domination of web media companies like Google and Amazon. – Wikipedia.

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