How Wikis Can Relieve Knowledge Management Pain

Lauren Trees's picture

I talked to Béatrice Le Moing, knowledge management program manager at Schneider Electric, about how her organization deployed a successful global wiki-encyclopedia in less than a year.

Béatrice Le Moing will be a breakout session speaker at APQC’s 2017 Knowledge Management Conference April 27-28. You can learn more about APQC’s 2017 KM Conference here.

You can learn more about Schneider Electric at their website

4 Rules to Avoid Distraction

Carla O'Dell's picture

In my continuing quest to find focus in an age of digital distraction, I recently interviewed Cal Newport, bestselling author of Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World.

8 Ways You Should Be Supporting Your Communities of Practice, But Aren’t

Lauren Trees's picture

You’ve probably heard that old saying, “Don’t put the cart before the horse.” It’s hard to picture that visual in today’s era of cars and freeways, but once you do, it’s easy to imagine that the cart isn’t going anywhere when the arrangement is backward.

Today is National Backward Day: the one day of the year when it makes sense to do things backward, just for the sake of a laugh. But doing things in reverse isn’t usually a good idea—and that’s especially true when starting a new knowledge management initiative.

What is Automation?

Joe Tillman's picture

The future of supply chain management is automation. Or is it robotics? Or are those two the same thing? More importantly, what’s going to happen?

Challenges and Benefits of Multi-Divisional ERP Implementation for BPM

Holly Lyke-Ho-Gland's picture

During APQC’s 2016 Process Conference Todd Anderson of Stryker talked about challenge of implementation of a multi-divisional ERP and how to develop a plan in partnership with the business and facilitate execution.

Go here for more information about APQC’s 2017 Process & Performance Management Conference.  Super Early Bird pricing is still available.

Opposite Day: How Organizations Should Approach Data & Analytics to Find Answers

Andrea Stroud's picture

THE PROBLEM

Most organizations are still trying to wrap their heads around how they can use data and what kind of business results analytics can drive. Today is Opposite Day. In honor of this special day, I would like to provide you with a few tips on how organizations should approach data and analytics to find answers that help drive business outcomes. Many organizations have been approaching analytics wrong, and it has hindered the potential of what it can do for an organization.  

In the Minute It Takes You to Read this Blog…

Carla O'Dell's picture

Feel overwhelmed? Can’t get anything done? Maybe this is why.

Look at what happens in an “internet minute.”

Ask Us Answered: Process Roles and Responsibilities—Where Do They Belong?

Christine Kelley's picture

What’s on the minds of other process and knowledge practioners? Ask Us Answered is an APQC blog series that shares a sample of the questions members submit to APQC’s Ask Us service along with the resources and expertise provided.  If you’re an APQC member and have a question you’d like us to answer please Ask Us!

You can also follow us on Twitter @APQC  

Making 2017 My Year of "Personal Accountability"

Elissa Tucker's picture

My husband is a college basketball coach. Over the holiday break, he gave each of his players a copy of the book, QBQ: The Question Behind the Question®.

He had noticed that when his players made mistakes on the court, their first response was to blame a teammate.