Is Knowledge Management Dead?
Traditional knowledge management systems focus on collecting and preserving an organization’s data, research, and documentation. But these systems fail to capture other forms of knowledge that exist within a company: the skills an employee learns from years of experience, the conversations that take place around the watercooler, the best practices learned from shadowing a co-worker. To capture knowledge in all its forms, companies need to look for modern knowledge sharing solutions that provide context as well as content. This white paper explores how a cultural shift in the workplace has led to a new standard for knowledge sharing--and how your company can adapt.