A @Wakelet Collection: Knowledge Management
A lot of people still don't know what "knowledge management" is. Before I can share how great it is to have technology to support it, I have to explain to people what the benefits are. Sometimes, I don't explain and just do knowledge management. Over time, people notice that I always have access to meeting notes, documents and other institutional knowledge. That's when they realize, "Whoa, how does Miguel keep track of all this information?"
What is Knowledge Management?"Knowledge management is a discipline that promotes an integrated approach to identifying, capturing, evaluating, retrieving, and sharing all of an enterprise's information assets. These assets may include databases, documents, policies, procedures, and previously un-captured expertise and experience in individual workers" (Source).
In the early days, knowledge management technology wasn't so easy to implement. Now, of course, it's child's play. But that still doesn't ensure that your organization is going to "do it right." That aside, here's my Wakelet on knowledge management.
If you're not familiar with Wakelet, it's a terrific content curation app that I have written about several times. In this blog entry, I'll share my Wakelet on Knowledge Management for Technology Directors.
By the way, wouldn't you like to see Wakelet get new features that make it more usable? Check out my suggested list of improvements for Wakelet and share the link with them!
ABOUT WAKELETWant to learn more about Wakelet? Check out this blog entry, Twitter Takeaways: Wakelet for Content Curation. It's a great place to start, unless you want to jump straight into my Wakelet about Wakelet. And, you can find past Wakelet collections featured in my blog.
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