Introduction to KM in the US Army

“Knowledge management is a powerful force multiplier, that creates shared understanding, and informs and enhances the decision making process… It is not a function performed by a few people in HQ; it’s part of everyone’s job” These are two of the messages from this introductory video from TRADOC, the Training

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Shared by Nick Milton August 18, 2021

Why is KM important to the Army? (video)

A great video from the TRADOC Facebook page, which I saw on Linked-In and share here. General Funk refers to one of his principles – TOPS (Take Other People’s Stuff) –  as the rationale behind KM.  More on TOPS here. View Original Source (nickmilton.com) Here.

Thought you might like to see this knowledge product

The video below is a product of the Olympic Games Knowledge Management program, as part of their methodology for transferring experience from one organising committee to another. The 27-minute video is introduced here, and was created during the Rio Olympics to describe the work of press photographers at the Olympic

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Shared by Nick Milton November 26, 2020

Lessons learned in Emergencies

 In the video interview below with  Santhosh Shekar, my Australian colleague Ian Fry talks about lesson learning in the Australian emergency services, both on the recent Bush Fires, and also during the Covid pandemic. He also shares his thoughts on ISO 30401:2018; the ISO management systems standard for KM. View

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Shared by Nick Milton November 23, 2020

KM and Covid – an overview (video)

 Courtesy of Patrick Lambe, please find below my video related to KM and Covid, presented at the ISKO singapore meeting on KM and the Covid Crisis ISKO SG KM and Covid Event – Nick Milton from Patrick Lambe on Vimeo. View Original Source (nickmilton.com) Here.

Why deferring judgement is important in KM

Defer judgement – never drive your brain with the brakes on. One of the ten key elements of an Organisational Learning culture is Openness, and part of the key to openness is deferral of judgement. We see this in processes such as After Action Review and Retrospect, where the facilitator

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Shared by Nick Milton March 9, 2020