Two new knowledge management (KM) books are available:
Knowledge Productivity in the Public Sector
Available as a free download from the Asian Productivity Organisation (APO) website
A collaboration between co-authors from six Asian Productivity Organisation (APO) member countries plus the UK, this volume addresses the importance of increasing the productivity of all engaged in knowledge work in the public sector.
The eight chapters review principles underlying effective practices of knowledge workers, explain how their productivity can be assessed, and recommend future directions to improve organizational knowledge productivity to add value to public services in an era of innovative changes affecting all socioeconomic spheres.
Navigating the Minefield: A Practical KM Companion
Available for purchase from the authors, the publisher, Amazon, or Google
Written by Patricia Lee Eng and Paul J. Corney and published by the American Society for Quality, Navigating the Minefield is based on interviews with individuals who have created and managed successful KM programs around the world. The authors examine and analyze diverse KM programs and tactics, using quotes, insights, and stories to show why these programs are successful and how they improve both knowledge capture and knowledge flow.
The book examines 19 KM programs, including those at Airbus, ARUP, Cadbury Schweppes, Hewlett Packard (HP), the International Center for Tropical Agriculture, (CIAT), Lloyds Register Marine, NASA, MPM PETRONAS, U.K. National Health Service Digital, and the U.S. Army.
Also published on Medium.