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On Digital Transformation and Knowledge Management

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Posted by TallyFox on 24 February 2017
Professor Prabhu Guptara is regarded as a thought leader even though much of his work, by his own admission, is in fact very down to earth. He works with innovative, cutting-edge and otherwise outstanding people throughout the world to identify new ideas that might bring value to his colleagues and clients.    Widely reputed as a featured speaker and broadcaster, author of several books, and included in Debrett’s People of Today, he offers an unusual perspective regarding the areas on which knowledge management should focus today.      On his work, he says: “Even when I was organising think tanks for what was then the largest bank in...
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Posted by TallyFox on 23 February 2017
We’ve all heard of Wikipedia, the free encyclopaedia, written collaboratively by the people who use it. They create, update and moderate content that is accessible to everyone who has internet access. Wikis can also be excellent tools when applied to business. There are a variety of proprietary and open source solutions available, but for what use cases are they best suited?     It is said that using a Wiki is probably the easiest way to co-create a post and present information by replicating the Wikipedia model, but it is not the best way to discover and use content or share knowledge.    Jacob Morgan, from the Future of Work community, said...
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Posted by TallyFox on 21 February 2017
Selecting the software which meets the requirements of your organisation and its business objectives could become a challenging task considering the number of available solutions. A hasty, uneducated choice could lead to various problems in your organisation. Some of which may be: Not being able to support a key business process Supporting a process inefficiently  Complications in daily operations Unhappy employees Unsatisfied customers Poor performance Loss of sales   Selecting the right software is, therefore, critical and it requires careful evaluation and selection guidelines.    Many organisations...
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Posted by TallyFox on 20 February 2017
Nowadays, as non-traditional teams are becoming more and more commonplace, understanding the dynamics of dispersed teams is paramount. It is no secret that corporations are outsourcing their operations to different countries and investing in expertise located anywhere around the world. This type of behaviour has created a need for geographically dispersed collaboration processes and solutions.    While team members working on the same site may have the advantage over dispersed teams in many aspects, a thoughtful knowledge management process may actually give dispersed teams the upper hand.   Volvo IT - Managing the use of knowledge between teams in...

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