Hello fellow KMers! Hoping to pick on to your knowledge vaults and derive valuable insights 'specifically' for a government entity that I am currently engaged on. They operate as a startup and have come in to existence about 1.5 years ago. Therefore from a startup model/perspective, what relevant insights would you suggest, regarding any:
1. KM best practices for startups. I realize there are already a plethora of best practices out there (great ones shared by Stan, too). However, this is with a zoom lens on startups.
2. Overarching fun and innovative solution(s) (this entity is bold and happy to be a pilot to test or try out a new concept). The products/information being produced by various groups for people to consume are: research papers, flyers, cartoon/animations, surveys, murals, podcasts and surveys amongst others. The purpose is to disseminate these to various academicians, share publications or white papers.
3. How would one make a solution 'sticky' whereby people get hooked to it?
In summary: The idea is to first work towards a collaboration plan and implement a collaboration solution and later, retrofit (or plug) that in to the knowledge management strategy and implementation of it. Agreed this isn't an ideal way to work back-to-front, they are more the tangible sorts and want to get a sense of and implement a usable solution for an imminent event coming up this November. It's a T-minus approach and the clock is ticking on them, and therefore the need of the hour is a fun/innovative solution & one that gets people hooked on to.
I'd be super grateful to hear from the collective here!