Putting Knowledge in the Flow of Work - July 2012 KM Community Call



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  • July 27, 2012
  • Author:
  • Darcy Lemons and Lauren Trees
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  • Member: FREE
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Are you looking to overcome cultural barriers and integrate knowledge management (KM) into your organization’s core processes and workflows? APQC’s Putting Knowledge in the Flow of Work report describes a series of best practices for eliminating the artificial division between KM and work so employees see knowledge sharing and reuse as fundamental to their jobs. During this one-hour recording, APQC’s Darcy Lemons and Lauren Trees describe how the best-practice organizations in the report:

  • embed KM in process and project management,
  • host knowledge-sharing events to encourage brainstorming and problem solving,
  • recruit employees to act as KM program advocates and liaisons, and
  • make it incredibly easy for employees to contribute and access knowledge.

Click here to view the slides for this community call.

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