15 Must-Have Knowledge Sharing Tools

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CAGE For the creatives, Cage is a visually-pleasing project-management platform that boasts "making sharing work with clients easy." Plus, Zoho Social (which mimics a social media interface), allows document management, create networks with your partners/clients, chat and exchange ideas with your employees. MONDAY.COM Features: Booking Management, campaign planning / management, CRM Integration, calendar synching, client management, discussion boards, etc.

7 Strategies to Facilitate “Working Out Loud”

Learnnovators

A community grows around a domain where practitioners share their insights, knowledge and doubts, the work processes. Explicit and tacit knowledge gets shared. This is where a community manager can be indispensable. If these happen to be from the senior management, so much the better. When these individuals leave their organizations, they walk away with their tacit knowledge. Some help from a community manager in the case of an enterprise community is helpful.

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The Customer Education Experts Directory

learnWorlds

With the guidance of the top experts in customer education and LearnWorlds as your go-to learning management system, you can create amazing learning experiences for your customers just as easily. Consultant Companies. People & process management. Knowledge management.

Training and Social Media Taught Me to Tie a Tie

E-learning Uncovered

A lot of the information I find is posted by ordinary folks — folks with a passion for a topic and willing to share their knowledge with others. Of the companies I’ve worked for or currently consult with, very few have a robust Knowledge Management System (KMS) where those with the knowledge can easily share that knowledge with others. In fact, most of the knowledge sharing that takes place in one of two ways: 1.

Training and Social Media Taught Me to Tie a Tie

E-learning Uncovered

A lot of the information I find is posted by ordinary folks — folks with a passion for a topic and willing to share their knowledge with others. Of the companies I’ve worked for or currently consult with, very few have a robust Knowledge Management System (KMS) where those with the knowledge can easily share that knowledge with others. In fact, most of the knowledge sharing that takes place in one of two ways: 1.