When Your Organization Can't Get a KM Project Started: Take It Personally!
Nordan, Ken, Information Outlook
You've read article after article about knowledge management. Maybe you've joined SLA's Knowledge Management section. Maybe you've taken a course or two or received a degree or certificate in knowledge management. And now you want to get started with a KM project at work, but you get that vacant look that tells you no one is ready to follow. So, what do you do?
Part of the problem is perception. What is knowledge management? Ask 10 people to define knowledge management and you will get 10 different answers. There are many different camps, theories, and practices all called knowledge management. Software manufactures tell you, "Purchase our software and your KM project will hit the …
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Publication information: Article title: When Your Organization Can't Get a KM Project Started: Take It Personally!. Contributors: Nordan, Ken - Author. Magazine title: Information Outlook. Volume: 9. Issue: 3 Publication date: March 2005. Page number: 17+. © 2009 Special Libraries Association. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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