Army KM: Lessons from 12 Years of War



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  • Published:
  • April 28, 2014
  • Author:
  • Bradley Hilton and Michael Prevou
  • Pages:
  • 22
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  • Member: FREE

Knowledge management (KM) programs used during the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan helped the U.S. Army to harness and use knowledge to its advantage. Drawing on experiences from 20 military organizations, this presentation focuses on strategies that link KM to the overall mission of the organization and affect both individual and organizational performance. It also describes several KM approaches used to increase the speed of learning and decision making, make critical information visible and accessible, and connect leaders to share content and experience.

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