Articles by Madanmohan Rao
Navigating the Minefield: A Practical KM Companion By Patricia Lee Eng and Paul J. Corney -- BOOK REVIEW
Successful KM launches have involved KM champions, sponsors and mentors. "Choose something that addresses a pain point, can be done quickly and won't cost a lot," the authors advise as an initial KM step.
KM 3.0: KM AND AI
KM and AI can help organizations make better decisions by the real-time combination of knowledge, experience and data insights.
KM Singapore 2015:
Twelve tips to unlock the knowledge-ready advantage
The twelfth annual KM Singapore conference was organized by the Information and Knowledge Management Society in September 2015, with the theme Unlocking the Knowledge-Ready Advantage. The four-day event included workshops, panels, keynotes, "unconference" sessions, an expert panel to field audience questions and site visits to KM practitioner organizations
Design thinking and knowledge management:
12 takeaways from the K-Community
In the context of knowledge management, how can design thinking help with process architecture, tools and a knowledge sharing culture?
KM strategy bears fruit in Russia
Microlearning from the KM perspective
Knowledge workers are not just consumers of content but also creators of knowledge assets.
The new conversation manifesto
As KM moves on to embrace not just "stocks" of best practices but also "flows" and living networks, conversation is being seen as a key facilitator for peer learning as well as just-in-time learning...
15 tips ensure KM's success
An important issue for long-term success of KM initiatives is aligning them with organizational strategy, especially in times of change.
KM Asia: The top 10 takeaways
"A KM challenge today is dealing with volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity."
Start-up skills and knowledge are prized by large enterprises
"Innovation is a key priority not just for start-ups, but also for global product and service companies"....
The knowledge movement: trends and opportunities
The true success of KM is when it disappears, meaning that KM processes are embedded in workflow...