Date   

Soha Radwan
 

Hi Bill,

Thanks a lot Bill ! it is very useful.

As for the KMML model, I love the part that distinguishes the content (codified forms) from the other components, which really makes sense.

For the COP maturity level model, it is really beneficial, and I think it can be one of the measures for knowledge utilization in the organization, where the target could be going up this maturity level.

Best,

Soha.

On Tuesday, 17 April 2018, 16:41:46 GMT+4, Bill Kaplan bill@... [sikmleaders] wrote:


 

Hi Soha

 

Please let me offer this link for a practice based capability/maturity model (baseline) for reference:  https://workingknowledge-csp.com/uploads/docs/pdf/KM_Maturity_Model-interim_v1_10.16.2017_publish.pdf

If you get to a place where Communities of Practice (CoP) are meaningful in your strategy and implementation, please look at this link to my CoP Maturity Model: https://workingknowledge-csp.com/uploads/docs/CoP_Maturity_Model_v1.pdf

 

Best

 

Bill

 

 

 

 

  

 

Learn more about the solutions and value we provide at www.workingknowledge-csp.com

 

 

 

From: sikmleaders@...
Sent: Tuesday, April 17, 2018 00:34
To: sikmleaders@...
Subject: [sikmleaders] KM and Innovation

 

 

Hi All,

 

I am working in a governmental organization. We have a KM unit, KM strategy and tools. We have recently expanded our scope to be a KM and Innovation management (KIM) department. Accordingly we are working on modifying our strategy to be  KM and Innovation (KIM) strategy. We are currently assessing our KM maturity and Innovation readiness level, and conducting analysis for the strategy.

 

What am looking for now is to find:

- Simple yet effective KM and Innovation models ( that combine both KM and innovation) to build/ base the KIM strategy on.

- Assessment Tools that measure both KM maturity and Innovation readiness levels (through a single tool)

- Any practical models/ examples/ case-studies  of integrating KM and Innovation.

 

I am keen to focus on simple, focused and practical models and avoid theoretical and complicated ones, so our approach is understood across the organization and buy-in is gained.

 

Thanks a lot :)

Soha.

 


April 2018 SIKM Call: Nancy Dixon - The Art of Creating a Trusted Space #monthly-call #trust

Stan Garfield
 
Edited

TO: SIKM Leaders Community

Today we held our 152nd monthly call. Here are the details:
Thanks to Nancy for presenting, to Catherine Shinners, Mary Abraham, and Dean Testa for live tweeting, and to all who participated. Please continue the discussion by replying to this thread.


Dan Ranta
 

You might want to look at the NABC model.  Just google "NABC and Innovation" and you will see this innovation method as a way to benchmark and accelerate (potentially) your thinking.  Dan

On Tue, Apr 17, 2018 at 12:33 AM, soharadwan@... [sikmleaders] <sikmleaders@...> wrote:
 

Hi All,

I am working in a governmental organization. We have a KM unit, KM strategy and tools. We have recently expanded our scope to be a KM and Innovation management (KIM) department. Accordingly we are working on modifying our strategy to be  KM and Innovation (KIM) strategy. We are currently assessing our KM maturity and Innovation readiness level, and conducting analysis for the strategy.

What am looking for now is to find:
- Simple yet effective KM and Innovation models ( that combine both KM and innovation) to build/ base the KIM strategy on.
- Assessment Tools that measure both KM maturity and Innovation readiness levels (through a single tool)
- Any practical models/ examples/ case-studies  of integrating KM and Innovation.

I am keen to focus on simple, focused and practical models and avoid theoretical and complicated ones, so our approach is understood across the organization and buy-in is gained.

Thanks a lot :)

Soha.




Stan Garfield
 


Douglas Weidner
 

Dear Soha,

At the KM Institute, we have a Knowledge Maturity Model (KMM)(tm), which is unique for two reasons. 

  1. It is not only a traditional diagnostic/assessment tool, but prescriptive as well.
  2. It is not focused on just KM maturity, but on all the critical elements for K-Age success, including: transformational change mgmt, human capital, customer satisfaction, and of course innovation.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                If you have an interest in knowing more (or any other sikm member, just send me an email at douglas.weidner@...  
Douglas Weidner
Exec Chairman, Chief CKM Instructor
KM Institute

On Tue, Apr 17, 2018 at 12:33 AM, soharadwan@... [sikmleaders] <sikmleaders@...> wrote:
 

Hi All,

I am working in a governmental organization. We have a KM unit, KM strategy and tools. We have recently expanded our scope to be a KM and Innovation management (KIM) department. Accordingly we are working on modifying our strategy to be  KM and Innovation (KIM) strategy. We are currently assessing our KM maturity and Innovation readiness level, and conducting analysis for the strategy.

What am looking for now is to find:
- Simple yet effective KM and Innovation models ( that combine both KM and innovation) to build/ base the KIM strategy on.
- Assessment Tools that measure both KM maturity and Innovation readiness levels (through a single tool)
- Any practical models/ examples/ case-studies  of integrating KM and Innovation.

I am keen to focus on simple, focused and practical models and avoid theoretical and complicated ones, so our approach is understood across the organization and buy-in is gained.

Thanks a lot :)

Soha.




 

Hi Soha

 

Please let me offer this link for a practice based capability/maturity model (baseline) for reference:  https://workingknowledge-csp.com/uploads/docs/pdf/KM_Maturity_Model-interim_v1_10.16.2017_publish.pdf

If you get to a place where Communities of Practice (CoP) are meaningful in your strategy and implementation, please look at this link to my CoP Maturity Model: https://workingknowledge-csp.com/uploads/docs/CoP_Maturity_Model_v1.pdf

 

Best

 

Bill

 

 

 

 

  

 

Learn more about the solutions and value we provide at www.workingknowledge-csp.com

 

 

 

From: sikmleaders@... <sikmleaders@...>
Sent: Tuesday, April 17, 2018 00:34
To: sikmleaders@...
Subject: [sikmleaders] KM and Innovation

 

 

Hi All,

 

I am working in a governmental organization. We have a KM unit, KM strategy and tools. We have recently expanded our scope to be a KM and Innovation management (KIM) department. Accordingly we are working on modifying our strategy to be  KM and Innovation (KIM) strategy. We are currently assessing our KM maturity and Innovation readiness level, and conducting analysis for the strategy.

 

What am looking for now is to find:

- Simple yet effective KM and Innovation models ( that combine both KM and innovation) to build/ base the KIM strategy on.

- Assessment Tools that measure both KM maturity and Innovation readiness levels (through a single tool)

- Any practical models/ examples/ case-studies  of integrating KM and Innovation.

 

I am keen to focus on simple, focused and practical models and avoid theoretical and complicated ones, so our approach is understood across the organization and buy-in is gained.

 

Thanks a lot :)

Soha.

 


Soha Radwan
 

Thanks a lot Murray!

On Tuesday, 17 April 2018, 08:56:00 GMT+4, Murray Jennex murphjen@... [sikmleaders] wrote:


 

give me a few days to look but my KM Systems track at the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences has expanded into the Knowledge, Innovation, and Entrepreneurial Systems track (we've been KM and Innovation for several years now).  I know I have published a few articles on KM and Innovation in my journal, the International Journal of Knowledge Management, and am reviewing and publishing many articles combining KM and Innovation.  So I agree you are doing the right thing and I'll see what I can find....murray jennex


-----Original Message-----
From: soharadwan@... [sikmleaders]
To: sikmleaders
Sent: Mon, Apr 16, 2018 9:33 pm
Subject: [sikmleaders] KM and Innovation



Hi All,

I am working in a governmental organization. We have a KM unit, KM strategy and tools. We have recently expanded our scope to be a KM and Innovation management (KIM) department. Accordingly we are working on modifying our strategy to be  KM and Innovation (KIM) strategy. We are currently assessing our KM maturity and Innovation readiness level, and conducting analysis for the strategy.

What am looking for now is to find:
- Simple yet effective KM and Innovation models ( that combine both KM and innovation) to build/ base the KIM strategy on.
- Assessment Tools that measure both KM maturity and Innovation readiness levels (through a single tool)
- Any practical models/ examples/ case-studies  of integrating KM and Innovation.

I am keen to focus on simple, focused and practical models and avoid theoretical and complicated ones, so our approach is understood across the organization and buy-in is gained.

Thanks a lot :)
Soha.




Soha Radwan
 

Thanks a lot Patrick, very useful!

Best 

Soha.

On Tuesday, 17 April 2018, 08:47:01 GMT+4, Patrick Lambe plambe@... [sikmleaders] wrote:


 

Hi Soha


I recently conducted a review of KM maturity/ capability assessments and developed an open source assessment. It contains an element for innovation. You can review it at http://www.greenchameleon.com/gc/blog_detail/developing_a_km_maturity_assessment_that_supports_action_planning

Best

Patrick

Patrick Lambe
Partner
+65 62210383



twitter: @plambesg

Knowledge mapping made easy: www.aithinsoftware.com

On 17 Apr 2018, at 12:33 PM, soharadwan@... [sikmleaders] <sikmleaders@...> wrote:


Hi All,

I am working in a governmental organization. We have a KM unit, KM strategy and tools. We have recently expanded our scope to be a KM and Innovation management (KIM) department. Accordingly we are working on modifying our strategy to be  KM and Innovation (KIM) strategy. We are currently assessing our KM maturity and Innovation readiness level, and conducting analysis for the strategy.

What am looking for now is to find:
- Simple yet effective KM and Innovation models ( that combine both KM and innovation) to build/ base the KIM strategy on.
- Assessment Tools that measure both KM maturity and Innovation readiness levels (through a single tool)
- Any practical models/ examples/ case-studies  of integrating KM and Innovation.

I am keen to focus on simple, focused and practical models and avoid theoretical and complicated ones, so our approach is understood across the organization and buy-in is gained.

Thanks a lot :)

Soha.





Murray Jennex
 

give me a few days to look but my KM Systems track at the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences has expanded into the Knowledge, Innovation, and Entrepreneurial Systems track (we've been KM and Innovation for several years now).  I know I have published a few articles on KM and Innovation in my journal, the International Journal of Knowledge Management, and am reviewing and publishing many articles combining KM and Innovation.  So I agree you are doing the right thing and I'll see what I can find....murray jennex


-----Original Message-----
From: soharadwan@... [sikmleaders] <sikmleaders@...>
To: sikmleaders
Sent: Mon, Apr 16, 2018 9:33 pm
Subject: [sikmleaders] KM and Innovation



Hi All,

I am working in a governmental organization. We have a KM unit, KM strategy and tools. We have recently expanded our scope to be a KM and Innovation management (KIM) department. Accordingly we are working on modifying our strategy to be  KM and Innovation (KIM) strategy. We are currently assessing our KM maturity and Innovation readiness level, and conducting analysis for the strategy.

What am looking for now is to find:
- Simple yet effective KM and Innovation models ( that combine both KM and innovation) to build/ base the KIM strategy on.
- Assessment Tools that measure both KM maturity and Innovation readiness levels (through a single tool)
- Any practical models/ examples/ case-studies  of integrating KM and Innovation.

I am keen to focus on simple, focused and practical models and avoid theoretical and complicated ones, so our approach is understood across the organization and buy-in is gained.

Thanks a lot :)
Soha.




Patrick Lambe
 

Hi Soha

I recently conducted a review of KM maturity/ capability assessments and developed an open source assessment. It contains an element for innovation. You can review it at http://www.greenchameleon.com/gc/blog_detail/developing_a_km_maturity_assessment_that_supports_action_planning

Best

Patrick

Patrick Lambe
Partner
+65 62210383



twitter: @plambesg

Knowledge mapping made easy: www.aithinsoftware.com

On 17 Apr 2018, at 12:33 PM, soharadwan@... [sikmleaders] <sikmleaders@...> wrote:


Hi All,

I am working in a governmental organization. We have a KM unit, KM strategy and tools. We have recently expanded our scope to be a KM and Innovation management (KIM) department. Accordingly we are working on modifying our strategy to be  KM and Innovation (KIM) strategy. We are currently assessing our KM maturity and Innovation readiness level, and conducting analysis for the strategy.

What am looking for now is to find:
- Simple yet effective KM and Innovation models ( that combine both KM and innovation) to build/ base the KIM strategy on.
- Assessment Tools that measure both KM maturity and Innovation readiness levels (through a single tool)
- Any practical models/ examples/ case-studies  of integrating KM and Innovation.

I am keen to focus on simple, focused and practical models and avoid theoretical and complicated ones, so our approach is understood across the organization and buy-in is gained.

Thanks a lot :)

Soha.





Soha Radwan
 

Hi All,

I am working in a governmental organization. We have a KM unit, KM strategy and tools. We have recently expanded our scope to be a KM and Innovation management (KIM) department. Accordingly we are working on modifying our strategy to be  KM and Innovation (KIM) strategy. We are currently assessing our KM maturity and Innovation readiness level, and conducting analysis for the strategy.

What am looking for now is to find:
- Simple yet effective KM and Innovation models ( that combine both KM and innovation) to build/ base the KIM strategy on.
- Assessment Tools that measure both KM maturity and Innovation readiness levels (through a single tool)
- Any practical models/ examples/ case-studies  of integrating KM and Innovation.

I am keen to focus on simple, focused and practical models and avoid theoretical and complicated ones, so our approach is understood across the organization and buy-in is gained.

Thanks a lot :)

Soha.



April 2018 SIKM Call: Nancy Dixon - The Art of Creating a Trusted Space #monthly-call #trust

Stan Garfield
 

This is a reminder of tomorrow's monthly call from 11 am to 12 noon EDT.

SIKM Leaders Community Monthly Call


First 15 Profiles of Knowledge Management Thought Leaders #thought-leaders

Stan Garfield
 

Profiles in Knowledge: list of KM thought leaders profiled to date
  1. Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) 19-Dec-17: Debra Amidon, Patti Anklam, Charles Savage, Jean-Claude Monney, David Skyrme, Wendi Pohs, and Ron Smart
  2. Compaq Computer Corporation 26-Dec-17: Max Bromley, Earle Craigie, John Tohline, Etienne Bossard, and Ron Kempf
  3. Hewlett-Packard (HP) 02-Jan-18: Andrew Gent, Bruce Karney, Bernard Hennecker, Marcus Funke, Birgit Gobi, Stephanie Barnes, Nancy Settle-Murphy, Marko Kiiski, Deborah Plumley, Peggy Parskey, Michael Wyrsch, Ron Plourde, Marilyn Martiny, Chuck Sieloff, and Gita Haghi
  4. Deloitte 08-Jan-18: Lee Romero, Curtis Conley, Ray Sims, Gloria Burke, Marti Heyman, John Hagel, John Seely Brown, Pete Williams, Jean Pagani, Chris Heuer, Andrew Wright, Robert Hillard, Ido Namir, Symon Garfield, Daniel Lee, Chris Fletcher, Dave Thomas, Lucas McDonnell, and Adriaan Jooste
  5. Columbia University Information and Knowledge Strategy Program 16-Jan-18: Ed Hoffman, Mary Abraham, Madelyn Blair, Vanessa DiMauro, Mark McDonald, Ralph Poole, Tim Powell, Kate Pugh, Guy St. Clair, Nancy Dixon, T.J. Elliott, Illana Raia, and Catherine Shinners
  6. Max Boisot 22-Jan-18
  7. Jay Cross 29-Jan-18
  8. Peter Drucker 07-Feb-18
  9. Carl Frappaolo 12-Feb-18
  10. Jack Grayson 20-Feb-18
  11. Frank Leistner 26-Feb-18
  12. Melissie Rumizen 05-Mar-18
  13. Verna Allee 13-Mar-18
  14. Kaye Vivian, Part 1: Profiles in Knowledge Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 19-Mar-18
  15. Graham Durant-Law 13-Apr-18


Re: SharePoint Archiving Advice #content-management #archiving #SharePoint

Susan Hanley
 

This is very much an "it depends" scenario; it's hard to provide generic advice. For team sites where you want to preserve the content, you can flip the site to "read only" and that keeps the content available for as long as your retention policies require but ensures that no new content is added. For other types of sites and content, you should align your archiving strategy with your records retention policy. The approach you choose depends on what you are required to preserve and what content you want to continue to make available as a resource or best practice. That sometimes mean moving the "good stuff" to a more permanent active location and then disposing of the entire site.


Job Opening at UNICEF: Knowledge Management Specialist #jobs

Stan Garfield
 

Knowledge Management Specialist (Platform and Tools)  https://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=512213


SharePoint Archiving Advice #content-management #archiving #SharePoint

Jeffrey Dlott
 

Rolling out an enterprise SharePoint solution and wondered what advise you all might have with regard to site content archiving (i.e. pages, calendars, lists, libraries, etc.). There are settings for both closing a site and auto-archiving. Would really appreciate your advice.


Leading Information Governance - Sydney - 2 May #governance

Matt Moore <innotecture@...>
 


Information Governance is an ever more critical capability for organizations - how the risks of information collected and stored are managed and how information can be leveraged to create and deliver value. Developing this capability requires leadership. In this session, we will answer:
- How is the world of information governance changing?
- What capabilities do organizations require to govern their information effectively?
- What skills and attributes do professionals responsible for information and IT systems require to drive governance initiatives?

David Fricker is Director-General at the National Archives of Australia. He has held senior technology-related roles in the public and private sector with organizations cuch as CSC and ASIO. As Director-General of the National Archives of Australia, David’s strategic focus has been on the whole-of-government transition to ‘digital continuity’ in records and information management. David is currently the President of the International Council on Archives, and a Vice Chair of the UNESCO Memory of the World International Advisory Committee.

Susan Bennett is the Principal of Sibenco Legal & Advisory and Co-founder & Director of Information Governance ANZ. She is a leader in Information Governance and advises on strategic risk management to achieve organisational objectives. Susan is a Fellow of the Governance Institute of Australia and Chair of APAC Working Group 6 - International Electronic Information Management of the US based think-tank Sedona Conference®, and a member of Working Group 11 - Data Security and Privacy Liability.

Christopher Colwell is a Fellow, Life Member and former director of Records and Information Management Professionals Australasia. For the last 20 years he has implemented records and information management programs in Australian State and Commonwealth public sector agencies. Chris teaches in the Masters of Digital Information Management at UTS and is completing his PhD.


Knowledge, Learning and Analytics - Sydney - Wed April 18 #learning #analytics

Matt Moore <innotecture@...>
 


Corporate Learning and Development (L&D) has traditionally focused on classroom-based based learning but that is changing. Employees need information and performance coaching in real time where they are doing their jobs. Increasingly it overlaps with the techniques and capabilities of Knowledge Management (KM) to improve individual and collective performance. Tying this all together are the emerging analytic capabilities that make this performance improvement measurable, visible and manageable.

In this session, we will cover how:
- L&D is changing within organisations.
- KM and L&D can enrich each other.
- Analytics can be harnessed by both to drive better outcomes.

Rob Wilkins is recognised leader in the L&D and KM domains. He is currently Leader - Information Management at NSW Dept of Education. He has held senior L&D roles at Aussie, AMP, IBM, PwC, and St George. Rob is a graduate of the UTS Masters in Knowledge Management and Information Management.

Maree Howard is Global Head of Learning at Lend Lease. She has held senior roles HR and L&D roles at Woolworths, Optus and AMP. A srong career as a strategic Business Partner and has also lead the functions for Talent, Performance Management, Learning and Leadership Development.



Free UTS event - Finding the sweet spot between security and collaboration - Sydney, 21 March 2018 #collaboration

Matt Moore <innotecture@...>
 

Hello,

Great session last night. Fabulous presenters. Videos available here:

Peter Chapman - Intro to Information Security: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qRxqQ0UoZn8
Stephen Byrne - Balancing Security & Collaboration: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S3darpHyR9I
Leanne Fry - Security & Collaboration @ AUSTRAC: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=baiS7yFAu-E

Subscribe to our YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4GrdIijpxxQFx3SLb8gaxA

More Meetups here: Information Innovation @ UTS (Sydney, Australia)

Regards,

Matt


Re: March 2018 SIKM Call: Sue Hanley - KM and Office 365: What You Need to Know #SharePoint #monthly-call

Stan Garfield
 

Attached is the photo.

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