Re: McKinsey reports making the case for KM #value
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The case for knowledge is specific for each circumstance. The optimal proposal needs to be relevant within the context of your organisation. A good way to approach this is to ask a few questions to key people in the organisation:
A. What are the biggest challenges facing the organisation (internal & externally)?
B. What are the biggest barriers to our success in addressing these?
1. Analyse the answers you get for common patterns.
2. Facilitate a conversation with a diversity of key experienced people to stimulate ideas on possible ways to address for knowledge principles to act on the challenges
This may help you on this aspect:
3. Develop the best ideas from that conversation by combining them into implementable projects: You can use Cocreated Projects Worth Doing approach for this:
4. Create a portfolio of projects that have been cocreated by the people in your organisation is then the basis of a knowledge strategy that will be supported and will generate benefits. A communication of stories sharing the benefits from this are the basis of your ongoing/evolving knowledge case.
This process takes persistence if effort investment, and in doing do builds relationships, trust a flow of benefits. These in turn, develop a community worth being part if that attracts people and engages them in knowledge creation and sharing. It is not easy, but IS worthwhile.
We wish you well - share your stories of success here so others have the confidence to commit & implement as well. 😊
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On 8 Jun 2021, at 02:46, Ninez Piezas-Jerbi <npjerbi@...> wrote: