Simplicity as Design Principle for a KM Program (Slides)

 

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  • Type:
  • Published:
  • May 5, 2017
  • Author:
  • Adil Ahmed and Jeremy Ferguson, Bristow Group Inc.
  • Pages:
  • 20
  • Price:
  • Member: FREE

KM affects every function within an organization. Yet developing an effective KM program is usually an uphill climb. This session overviews Bristow Group's KM journey including the development of capabilities for team collaboration, communities, employee engagement, and enterprise content management. Through the course of developing its KM program, Bristow used simplicity as a key design principle for governance, execution, user experience, information architecture, and content management. The presentation summarizes practical approaches to deliver measurable results quickly and how Bristow used design thinking and agile development concepts to create business value.

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