Is Your Knowledge Management Mentoring Program Meeting Its Goals?

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4 Reasons Business Mentoring Matters

Regardless of what business purpose an organization pursues through mentoring, it must evaluate its program in order to determine whether itTwo men shaking hands in lobby of building is achieving its goals.

If You Aren't Knowledge Mapping, Say Hello to KM Failure

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Knowledge maps are powerful tools to inventory an organization’s critical knowledge and pinpoint areas that may be at risk. In many cases, thefigure of man on process map with ? above head simple act of creating a knowledge map reveals weak links and bottlenecks in the flow of knowledge.

Benchmarks That Really Matter in IT

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metal rulerBenchmarking continues to be a top tool used by leadership teams to support decision making. Organizations continually strive to leverage IT to support and align core business activities such as strategic planning, process improvement efforts, and budgeting.

Ten Barriers to Enterprise Knowledge Sharing

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One of the biggest mistakes that KM programs make is not identifying and systematically addressing the obstacles that block employees from contributing, accessing, and reusing knowledge. And APQC research has found the first step in developing an effective KM change management strategy is recognizing those barriers.

Knowledge Management Demystified

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There’s no need to be intimidated by the seemingly endless complexities of knowledge management (KM). Undoubtedly, APQC has published countless resources on the subject so it’s understandable if you may feel a bit overwhelmed by the amount of content available.