Socialization of Knowledge Management Drives Greater Reuse

Archived Published: 13 June 2012 ID: G00232128


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Many of the early knowledge management initiatives undertaken in the late 1990s and early 2000s did not turn out as planned. This research report introduces a model of knowledge that is demand-centric, and explains how it can be used to drive greater reuse of knowledge.

Table of Contents

  • Analysis
    • It Sounded Like Such a Good Idea at the Time
    • A Demand-centric Knowledge Model
    • Socializing KM to Refocus on Demand, Consumption and Reuse
    • Recommendations
  • Recommended Reading
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