Thinking about KM differently

Librarian News Digest

Vol. 9, No. 183

Change of Approach

Though the concept of Knowledge Management has been around for a little while now, it is one of those topics that is perennially fresh and exciting thanks to new developments and tools. Still, as much as things may change, they also stay the same. That is not always a good thing. Alan Pelz-Sharpe notes, “The need to manage knowledge today is as-if not more-significant than ever.” He continues though, “However, back in the day, no employee ever wanted to make an effort to tag, manage, or share information, nor do they want to do that today.” It’s a keen and powerful observation. Does it mean that the time has perhaps come to rethink our approach to KM? Alan has a few thoughts and recommendations on that as well. Check out: Thinking about KM differently.

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