Mastering Organizational Knowledge Flow: How to Make Knowledge Sharing Work

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John Wiley & Sons, 18.02.2010 - 208 Seiten
Get your organization's expertise out of its silos and make it flow-with lessons from over a decade of experience

Looking at knowledge management in a holistic way, Mastering Organizational Knowledge Flow: How to Make Knowledge Sharing Work puts the proper emphasis on non-technical issues. As knowledge is deeply connected to humans, the author moves away from the often overused and therefore burned-out term "knowledge management" to the better-suited term "knowledge flow management."

  • Provides lessons learned and case studies from real experience
  • Discusses key knowledge flow components, success factors and traps, and where to start

Covering topics such as the power of scaling, internal marketing, measuring success, cultural aspects of sharing, and the role of Web2.0, Mastering Organizational Knowledge Flow: How to Make Knowledge Sharing Work allows you to stay up-to-date with today's knowledge flow management, and implement best practices to position your organization to take advantage of all of its assets.

 

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Title Page
The Human Touch
Getting Started
Roles
MANAGEMENT?
EXECUTIVE SUPPORT
Driving for Success
Barriers
The Technology Trap
Measure and Analyze
The Next Generation
Final Thoughts
APPENDIX B Additional Resources
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Frank Leistner, Chief Knowledge Officer at SAS Institute, is responsible for driving internal knowledge management within SAS via worldwide initiatives. Before coming to SAS, he worked for Siemens-Nixdorf in a United States–Germany liaison role. He has been driving worldwide knowledge management initiatives within SAS since 1997 and has been a participant of the Harvard Graduate School of Education Learning Innovations Laboratory roundtable since 2003.

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