What Knowledge Management can learn from Asset Management

If knowledge can be seen as an asset, then knowledge management can learn from asset management ISO 55000 defines Asset management as the “coordinated activity of an organisation to realize value from assets”. In turn, Assets are defined as “a item, thing or entity that has potential or actual value

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Shared by Nick Milton October 11, 2019

Amazon Textract is now HIPAA eligible

Today, Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced that Amazon Textract, a machine learning service that quickly and easily extracts text and data from scanned documents, is now eligible for healthcare workloads that require HIPAA certification. This launch builds upon the existing portfolio of AWS artificial intelligence services that are HIPAA-eligible, including

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Shared by AWS Machine Learning October 10, 2019

The 2 factors that determine the size of KM teams

The size of KM teams depends on the size of the organisation, and the maturity of the KM program. Yesterday I talked about the need to put your A-team onto the KM implementation program, and discussed some of the skills you need on the team. What I did not discuss

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Shared by Nick Milton October 9, 2019

How KM links with other project disciplines

Knowledge Management, if applied within an organisational process such as a project management structure, needs to be closely linked with the other disciplines within the project. Three of the key interactions are described here image from wikimedia commons Knowledge management is not a stand-alone discipline; it needs to operate within

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Shared by Nick Milton October 7, 2019

How knowledge management can support a knowledge economy

It seems every country around the world wants to be a Knowledge Economy. Yet why do so few of them seem to want to invest in Knowledge Management? A knowledge economy is one where  knowledge resources such as know-how and expertise are as critical as other economic resources. It is

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Shared by Nick Milton October 4, 2019