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March 2016 (100 Companies) [Volume 25, Issue 3]

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Features

In Lights Out, reporter and author Ted Koppel makes the case that the United States is unprepared for an attack on the electric power grid and that we have entered the era in which a laptop can be a weapon of mass destruction. Posted March 01, 2016

"If everyone is thinking they are going to get x, y and z but you only deliver on x, they ask why. So you have to communicate clearly on the expectations." Posted March 01, 2016

"Encrypting sensitive personal information might add a bit of complexity, but recovering from breaches is very expensive." Posted March 01, 2016

Many organizations want to understand how to build a better knowledge management program. At member-based nonprofit APQC, we use a 146-question KM Capability Assessment Tool to help organizations evaluate the current state of their KM efforts and figure out how to advance to the next level. Posted March 01, 2016

As knowledge management evolves, so does our list of 100 Companies That Matter in KM. Posted March 01, 2016

View from the Top

Posted March 01, 2016

News Analysis

Posted March 01, 2016

David Weinberger

Now that we are deep into the backlash against the Internet, let's pile on by reminiscing about the Good Old Days of knowledge before the Net. Shall we? We shall, taking the news as our example! Posted March 01, 2016

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