KM of the Future
1. Corporations realize that information creation, maintenance, and recall/reuse is something that transcends technology adaptation (it’s about the water, not the pipes).
2. People realize that valued information needs to be protected from accidental loss, promoted for future use, and referred to for decision making rationales.
3. KM moves beyond documents and builds systems that manages Big Data, Documents, Dialogues, and Learnings.
4. Every informed decision has a knowledge-based rationale behind it.
5. All information collections have a lifecycle of usefulness that is curated.
6. Use of experiential learning is highly-valued as a way to mitigate risk.
Knowledge Management Specialist & Senior Records Officer
Records Management Branch
OAS/Management & Oversight Division (H1FC)
U.S. General Services Administration
On Feb 20, 2015 7:44 AM, "'Lee, Jim' jlee@...
Folks, on behalf of our research group, APQC would like to enlist your assistance. Please note the request below and if you are interested, simply post a reply in this group. I don’t think that this request violates any group use rules,
but if it does please accept my apologies.
APQC is asking KM professionals to give us 75-100 words on the following question…
‘What trend, innovation, or development do you anticipate having the greatest impact on KM over the next 3 years, and why?’
We will collect all the answers and post best ones to our blog and to our knowledge base where our 450 member companies will have access to it. Along with your response, please include name, a 1-sentence bio, and any links to Social Media profiles you are active
on so if we post your answer people will be able to connect with you on Social Media.
Please return your answer by end of day February27th.
KM Senior Adviser, APQC
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