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Patrick, you could have it looked up in my LinkedIn poll comments, when you have time. You will find the most diverse views !! In fact it has been a eye opener for me personally.
On Fri, 6 Nov 2020, 12:34 pm Patrick Lambe, <plambe@...
So this is 51 people out of the 191 people (56%) who thought the standard was a waste of time?
I have taken them from the comments, to represent different school of thoughts. I think I should have explicitly mentioned it.
Will highlight it in the website comments. Thanks for askng!!
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On Fri, 6 Nov 2020, 10:27 am Patrick Lambe, <plambe@...
Thanks Santhosh. Can you clarify if the 51 respondents who thought the standard was a “complete waste of time” comes from the sample of 191 respondents, or is a separate sample?
Thank you very much for making the poll a good starting point of discussion around KM standards.
Many would have already seen the Poll Result report on realKM; thanks to @Bruce Boyes for getting it published.
For those who have missed the report and to make this thread complete. Please find the link here.
On Wed, Oct 7, 2020 at 1:50 AM Aprill Allen <aprill@...
Different people talk about knowledge management and aspects of it in different ways. The Standard aims to bring some common way of understanding, identifying and measuring whether an organisation is delivering against it, at least at a high level.
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On Tue, Oct 6, 2020 at 9:55 PM David Eddy <deddy@...
> We need a common language
What is meant by this term, “common language?”