Here are 4 reasons why stories can be a very powerful way to share knowledge. I often use the US Wildland fire lessons center as a great example of knowledge sharing. Their portal contains lessons, advice, a blog, summaries of incidents, and links to videos hosted on their youtube channel.
This is a short analysis of the story of WalMart’s preparation for hurricanes, in order to explore the link between Big Data and Knowledge. Hurricane Irma food distribution, by City of St Pete on Flickr One of the earliest and most famous “big data” stories is around Walmart and it’s
This is a reprise from the archives – a story of when KM was launched at British Petroleum through an early meeting of supporters and enthusiasts. It’s an extract from my book Performance Through Learning (available here), telling of a key moment in the history of the BP KM journey
Here is another post from the archives – an uplifting story of the recognition of the Value of Knowledge from the Great Man himself – Nelson Mandela Image from wikimedia commons The text below is taken from the excellent book “playing the enemy”, by John Carlin – a book about
Our list of KM Value stories reaches number 120, with this story from Petroleum Development Oman (PDO). See the complete list. Image from wikimedia commons The story was presented last week at the UK KM Summit by Hank Malik, who gave an excellent presentation on how standard project-based Knowledge Management has
Here are three powerful principles about building an effective learning system. The principles come from his interesting article about CAVNET – an online forum for the junior leaders of the US Army 1st Cavalry. It’s worth reading the whole article, but I share below some of the points made by Major