Knowledge Management

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Driving Business Growth with Knowledge Management Software

Knowledge management takes an organization’s collective insight and efficiently shares it between employees. These systems hold a business’s intellectual capital in the form of data, assets, and experience. The research lays the foundation for advanced knowledge management as a business builder. According to International Data Corp, “Fortune 500 companies lose at least $31.5 billion a…

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Knowledge Management in the Cloud: Is It Right for Your Organization?

According to InfoWorld, 9 out of 10 companies will have at least some of their applications in the cloud next year. Knowledge management systems are certainly part of this trend, with new offerings emerging that are more accessible, scalable, and flexible than their on-prem counterparts. What types of knowledge management systems currently exist? Are cloud…

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How Knowledge Management (KM) makes for happier & more productive employees

The average employee is disengaged. According to Gallup, only 34% of workers have skin in the game. While that number is on the rise, it’s still far too low. The polling data tells us that engagement stems, in part, from employees feeling as if their insight is a valuable contribution to the organization. Could this…

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Tips to Prevent Knowledge Management Initiative Failure

Tips to Preventing Knowledge Management Initiative Failure

With the boom of digital workplaces and the amount of data rising, companies are struggling to capture some of their most important resources — their intellectual capital. Knowledge management software has evolved to solve this problem. But why are our knowledge management initiatives still failing? Knowledge Management and the Rule of Threes According to the…

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The Business Impact & Evolution of Intelligent Search

How often do you search through multiple systems to find information? How many queries do you send through email every day? Chances are, you’re doing it wrong. There’s a growing trend in data and business intelligence called “intelligent search.” And it’s evolving traditional information and knowledge discovery. Intelligent search has its roots in machine learning…

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Artificial Intelligence Changes Knowledge Management

How Is Artificial Intelligence Changing Knowledge Management?

We’ve been talking about artificial intelligence (AI) for more than five decades. But the combination of scalable cloud technology, faster microprocessing, and big data analytics has finally led us to take AI concepts and build AI solutions that can solve key business challenges. Today, executives responsible for their organization’s knowledge management processes are looking for…

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Capturing Employee Experience as Shared Corporate Knowledge

Capturing Employee Experience as Shared Corporate Knowledge

Tribal knowledge is undocumented company information. Typically, the best way to learn the ropes in a new company is to find the person who has been there the longest and “pick his or her brain.” However, it’s not a very scientific approach — and it leaves company leaders vulnerable to losing information to retirement and…

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The Currency of Knowledge

The Currency of Knowledge: How Much is Your Organization Worth?

We’ve all heard the cliché “knowledge is power.” The interesting thing about clichés, however, is they’re usually based on fact. When you consider the importance of organizational knowledge in the business world, it’s clear the phrase is true. In business, entire strategies are tied to what those in an organization know and understand. But capturing…

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The future – Brought to you by Neudesic

The year is 2017. Computers fit in our pockets. Cars can drive themselves. Drones can deliver your groceries. Wristbands can tell you how well you sleep at night. A light can be turned on in your home from 1,000 miles away. And yet, far too many organizations are wrangling with data silos, little to no…

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Streamlining SharePoint​​​ management, part 1: Lockdown on-demand expertise

SharePoint-based intranet should serve people and processes sort of like the central nervous system serves the human body. For context, let’s imagine a company as a person on a bike. The feet are engaged in one project (pedaling). One hand grips the handle while the other lifts a water bottle. Meanwhile, eyes scan the road…

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