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Why Knowledge Management Didn’t Save General Motors: Addressing Complex Issues By Convening Conversation

Conversation Matters

At one point GM had 138 best practice teams and 33 centers of expertise working with identified subject matter experts. In 2008 KM was alive and well at GM. GM was brought down by a flawed strategy, but an organization’s strategy is clearly a product of the knowledge that exists within its walls. The knowledge existed within GM to develop a more competitive strategy. Johnsonville Foods an Example of Using Collective Knowledge to Address Complex Issues.

Robertson: Ten tips for succeeding at collaboration

Knowledge Musings

James Robertson of StepTwo posted his slides for a recent presentation entitled, Ten tips for succeeding at collaboration (with audio). Along with the tips, he includes some background around the ideas he presents. Ten tips for succeeding at collaboration [+ audio]. view presentation (tags: blogs sharepoint wikis openpublish08 ). Thousands of uncoordinated wikis and blogs in your company is anti-knowledge-sharing.".

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KM program at Kent State

Knowledge Musings

Thanks to a note at the KM Forum blog I see that there is a virtual open house at Kent State's information architecture and knowledge management (IAKM) program. Online Open House on Knowledge Management Online Options in IAKM. Online Open House Online KM Masters Degree and Certificate Program Wednesday, July 9, 2008 Beginning at 6:00pm. The presentation includes options for students to ask questions live.

KM is about innovation, not efficiency

Knowledge Musings

Chris McGrath on the ThoughtFarmer blog gives us a Sneak peak at IDEO's take on Knowledge Sharing , including a screen shot of their ThoughtFarmer -powered KM tool. He's got a great quote from the project manager. Yesterday I spoke with Gentry Underwood, the project manager for IDEO’s Knowledge Sharing project, about his presentation at Web 2.0. I am not surprised with the focus on innovation at IDEO.

What elements of an improvement are transferable, and what adaptations are needed?

Conversation Matters

One of the questions to be discussed at the up-coming Salzburg Seminar I will be attend July10-15 is, “What elements of an improvement are transferable, and what adaptations are needed?” I have written this blog for the attendees at that seminar, but wanted to share it with others who are interested in healthcare, particularly in developing countries. Transferable” implies moving the knowledge that was gained in one place, to another place.

Social Media in HR Summit, Dublin, Ireland ~ HR to HR 2.0 and.

Strategic HCM

Contact me at. info [at] strategic [dash] hcm [dot] com. Buy my book at Amazon. Buy my book at Amazon UK. 1 global online influencer in talent management. #6 Social Advantage (Management 2.0 Knowledge Infusion Centre of Excellence. SuccessFactors Performance and Talent Management Blog. I’ve recently arranged to speak at another couple of great conferences over the next few months. at 22:41. ► 2008.

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The Bamboo Project Blog: Seven Strategies for Supporting Personal Learning Environments at Work

The Bamboo Project Blog

The Bamboo Project Blog « 31 Days to a Better Blog--Day 15: Stickify Your Blog | Main | 31 Days to a Better Blog--Days 16 & 17: Heatmaps and Stumble Ads » Seven Strategies for Supporting Personal Learning Environments at Work Yesterday I started to answer Glen Rosss question about how to support staff in developing and using personal learning environments (PLEs) by defining what I mean when I talk about a PLE.

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The Bamboo Project Blog: Blogging for Learning

The Bamboo Project Blog

Online course-management systemsare perhaps the most pernicious in that respect, in part because ITdepartments across the country have made them the primaryteaching-and-learning tool available to faculty members.The problem is not the idea of a course-management system itself — abasic set of tools for content delivery, evaluation, and communication— nor the various uses of such systems, many of which serve theirpurposes quite well.

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