10 principles for managing knowledge, from Stephen Denning

In this article from Forbes Magazine in 2012, Steven Denning, once head of KM at the World Bank and a wise commentator on Knowledge Management topics, describes his ten principles for managing knowledge. These are as follows The amount of money that could be spent on accumulating knowledge is infinite: Knowledge is in

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Shared by Nick Milton July 13, 2020

The 10 principles behind successful KM strategies

I blogged last week about the 5 basic principles behind successful Knowledge Management. Let’s take that one step further, into the principles behind a KM Strategy. Strategy by Kathryn Decker on Flickr When Stephanie Barnes and I wrote our book “Designing a successful KM Strategy” we included a chapter on

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Shared by Nick Milton June 25, 2020

5 universal principles for Knowledge Management

There is no universal solution for Knowledge Management in an Organisation, but there is a set of universal principles. A Management Framework for KM is bespoke – not off-the-peg. Each organisation must find its own solution , and must design its own Framework. There is no template, no universal solution,

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Shared by Nick Milton June 19, 2020

5 universal principles for Knowledge Management

There is no universal solution for Knowledge Management in an Organisation, but there is a set of universal principles. A Management Framework for KM is bespoke – not off-the-peg. Each organisation must find its own solution , and must design its own Framework. There is no template, no universal solution,

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Shared by Nick Milton June 19, 2020

10 principles for KM in product development

KM in product development has its own set of principles. Here they are. The Exploratory Product Development Resolution Loopby Petepetey via Wikimedia Commons Kennedy, Harmon and Minnock’s excellent book “Ready, Set , Dominate” takes a knowledge-centred view of product development, inspired by practices of Toyota Motor Company and refined through

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Shared by Nick Milton March 3, 2020

Knowledge Management principles from the US Navy

Another set of interesting KM principles to go in our limited collection. These KM principles were presented by Michael Hill at KM Australia, and Michael (CKM and mentor for Tactical Training group, Pacific) was keen to point out that he was sharing his personal views, not those of the US

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Shared by Nick Milton September 6, 2017

Example KM principles – US Army TRADOC

Here is a neat and concise set of KM Principles from the US Army. These KM principles for the US Army Traning and Doctrine command are taken from the website for the TRADOC Chief Knowledge Office.  There are many KM principles here that could apply to any organisation. People Processes

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Shared by Nick Milton July 25, 2017