Do you always need content as part of KM?

There are 3 unusual cases where content is not important to KM, but they are rare! Image from wikimedia commons This blog has argued that content is as important as conversation in KM, and that content beats memory for long-term preservation of knowledge, and that creation of knowledge content (which is different from

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Shared by Nick Milton December 13, 2019

Auto-segmenting objects when performing semantic segmentation labeling with Amazon SageMaker Ground Truth

Amazon SageMaker Ground Truth helps you build highly accurate training datasets for machine learning (ML) quickly. Ground Truth offers easy access to third-party and your own human labelers and provides them with built-in workflows and interfaces for common labeling tasks. Additionally, Ground Truth can lower your labeling costs by up

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Shared by AWS Machine Learning December 13, 2019

Do you always need conversation as part of KM?

There are 3 unusual cases where conversation is not important to KM, but they are rare! Conversation, by Valery Kenski, on Flickr This blog has often argued that conversation is as important as content in KM, that conversation is at the heart of effective knowledge transfer, and that without conversation it

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Shared by Nick Milton December 12, 2019

7 ways to speed up your KM

Just doing KM well is not enough, you have to do KM at the required speed.  Public domain image from Pixnio The world is changing, and organisations need to learn faster than the speed of change if they are to survive. According to Erick Thompson, assistant VP for knowledge exchange,

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Shared by Nick Milton December 11, 2019

The 2 axes of "KM space" in a project-based organisation

In a project-based organisation, we can look at Knowledge Management on two orthogonal axes which together map out the space within which knowledge flows. These are the in-project axis and the cross-project axis. Imagine a large project-based organisation, with multi-disciplinary projects operating in many different regions or divisions. KM needs

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Shared by Nick Milton December 10, 2019

What does mature KM look like?

Mature KM is a mixture of attitude, habit, and framework. If you visited an organisation that had truly embraced and embedded Knowledge Management, what would you see? What would be different and distinctive about that organisation? You would probably notice 3 things – attitudes, habits, and a solid KM framework.

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Shared by Nick Milton December 9, 2019

6 potential KM implementation approaches

There are a number of strategic approaches that you can apply when implementing Knowledge Management. All have their failings – we recommend a combination of two of them.  There are many and varied ways to introduce KM to a company, and a lot of these fail. The main 6 strategies

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Shared by Nick Milton December 6, 2019