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A Knowledge Management Strategy for Non-Profits Working in Developing Countries

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I recently conducted a study of eleven non-profits to find out how knowledge management (KM) was being implemented in developing countries. In this article I have 1) outlined the findings from that study, and 2) developed a knowledge management strategy based on the findings.

Where Knowledge Management Has Been and Where It Is Going- Part Three

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In this three part series I‘ve classified the evolving landscape of knowledge management into three categories. The first category is Leveraging Explicit Knowledge and is about capturing documented knowledge and building it into a collection - connecting people to content.

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Informal vs. Formal Learning: Creating a Blend!

Gyrus

The corporate training world often questions and evaluates the concept of incorporating informal learning. The question always arises whether informal learning can be added to the formal learning and if so, how both can be combined together. Informal learning is the unofficial, unscheduled, and unplanned way to learn and gain knowledge, whereas formal learning is delivered in a systematic, intentional way with a reporting and evaluation process.

Collective Sensemaking: How One Organization uses the Oscillation Principle

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The consultants work on client projects in small ad hoc groups formed around topics of joint interest, for example, knowledge productivity or sustainable business. Given those principles, after 15 years there are still no managers at K&S, nor hierarchy or job descriptions.

Using Teams to Solve Hard Problems: A Book Review of Collaborative Intelligence By Richard Hackman

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There are many insightful researchers and theorist who come from other disciplines, but have much to offer knowledge managers. 10 percent to depend on the leader’s hands-on, real-time coaching. . The optimum is in the upper right corner, labeled “self-managing.”

Conversational Patterns That Support Telling Truth to Power

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The Defense Intelligence Agency’s (DIA) Knowledge Lab faced the challenge of how to move accurate intelligence up the chain of command. Zeke Wolfberg, the Director of the Knowledge Lab and I, as the knowledge management consultant to the Knowledge Lab, recently published an article about how we addressed that problem at DIA. The article appeared in Reflections, the SOL Journal on Knowledge, Learning and Change (Vol.

The Bamboo Project Blog: Blogging for Learning

The Bamboo Project Blog

Rather, the problem is that most course-managementsystems were developed at a time when the Internet was seen primarilyas a mechanism for information delivery. I was a coach in a peer learning circles program based on his design. His site is chock full 'o information!

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