Guy St. Clair <guystclair@...>
About fifteen years ago our company began to work with the concept of knowledge services, which we define as "the convergence of information management, KM, and strategic learning."
Since then, we have found that "knowledge services" resonates well with enterprise leadership and, particularly, with decision makers who are dealing with all the (relatively) new issues having to do with information, knowledge, and strategic learning.
The focus with knowledge services is on success with organization knowledge development, knowledge sharing, and knowledge utilization (we use the acronym KD/KS/KU for these elements).
We find this concept particularly useful in terms of how organizations we work with move into stronger management with respect to what we like to think of as the "knowledge domain," where most of us work (and a management area with which many enterprise leaders - through no fault of their own - aren't very familiar).
If these would be of use to you, there are several items and special reports at our website, and we use these with clients and students (I teach a lot, both in webinars and seminars for clients and in the IKNS graduate program at Columbia University).
You might want to take a look at:
Hope this information is of interest to you.
Good luck with your assignment.
All the best,
On Mon, Jul 14, 2014 at 3:09 AM, Matt Moore innotecture@... [sikmleaders] <sikmleaders@...> wrote: