ISKO Singapore virtual panel session, Friday 23 April 2021, 3.30-5.00pm (Singapore time). Free of charge to anyone, but all participants must register in advance..
On Friday 16 April 2021, RealKM Magazine reached the significant milestone of half a million total article views!
"In the know" is a regular roundup of knowledge management (KM) topics of discussion and the videos and podcasts that are grabbing the attention of KM…
The main driver of knowledge visualization at organization impact level, is the organizational purpose i.e. the reason why the knowledge visualization is done or created.
But what if you have more than a 1000 words? And what if there are specific relations among those words?
From a recent systematic review, researchers have developed an integrative framework that explains why people withhold, hide, or hoard their knowledge.
Recent research underlines the importance of understanding the multi-faceted nature of reciprocity across an organization to ensure that strategy is acted upon.
Researchers devised a systematic method of using an AI system to find and exploit vulnerabilities in the ways people make choices.
Researchers worked with early-stage startups to test whether creating clear hypotheses and then testing them on a select group of customers might help to advance products in a…
Local managers usually have access to more accurate and timely information with which to make decisions in times of crisis, so empowering those local decision-makers often leads to…
Guides to support practical decision-making and competence building in leading in the face of complexity.
It can be argued that disciplinary silos generate unknown unknowns, so cross-disciplinary interactions are proposed as a way of identifying and mitigating unknown unknowns.
Discover, dream, design and destiny: Derek Bostic explores using your positive change in the life giving forces of your organization, and what appreciative inquiry is doing in KM.
Dr Arthur Shelley is a capability development and knowledge strategy consultant with over 30 years professional experience, and a RealKM Platinum Patron.
Universities can do better at supporting academics to share their research knowledge with the public, industry, and government.
Why are so many Americans opposed to lockdowns? COVID-19 is wickedly complex, and when we start to explore that complexity we can understand that there is a rational…
A surprisingly large proportion of our jobs can be done remotely, but remote work is not a one-size-fits-all concept.
A new study investigates the use of gamification in knowledge management (KM) processes through a systematic literature review of recent papers.