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All Digital Workplace, All the Time

by Carol Rozwell  |  October 2, 2015

This week was my sandwich week between the Digital Workplace Summit in London which just concluded and Symposium in Orlando next week. What struck me about the meetings during the Summit is...

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Building a Foundation For Knowledge Sharing

by Carol Rozwell  |  May 4, 2015

It's interesting how knowledge management is one of those topics that periodically re-emerges as a "must-do" program. It seems to happen after an organization struggles with a complex problem that...

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Digital Workplace Interest Growing Steadily

by Carol Rozwell  |  March 4, 2015

Much of my inquiry of late relates to digital workplace. We've seen a steady growth in interest from clients who want to harness the power of intuitive technologies to make...

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Where has all the Social gone?

by Carol Rozwell  |  August 7, 2014

Do you wonder where all the interest in social went? Once the hottest trend since sliced bread, interest in social definitely dissipated. Based on my client conversations and research, I...

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The delicate balance between knowledge sharing and rules

by Carol Rozwell  |  May 1, 2014

One of the tenets of KM initiatives that rings true based on my experience is that knowledge sharing is a voluntary activity. In contrast to previous deployments of enterprise wide...

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Data Is Like a Dead Chicken

by Carol Rozwell  |  March 4, 2014

With all the hype around big data, there is a misconception developing that more data is a good thing. This is wrong. Wise leaders of business intelligence and analytics initiatives...

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Outputs are important, but behaviors are better

by Carol Rozwell  |  August 20, 2013

Our research prediction paints a gloomy picture for the success of social initiatives. We expect them to fail to deliver the hoped for value 80% of the time. The culprits...

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Knowledge Transfer the U.S. Army Way

by Darin Stewart  |  May 7, 2013

Most organizations recognize, at some level, that creating and sharing knowledge is a worthy endeavor. Unfortunately, efforts to promote knowledge sharing rarely go beyond mission and value statements displayed in...

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Stalking the Elusive Requirements Definition!

by Carol Rozwell  |  January 2, 2013

I've been lucky to have had some very interesting jobs during the course of my career. One stint as an applications auditor gave me lots of insight that applies directly...

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What's Next?

by Carol Rozwell  |  December 13, 2012

This week I met with a variety of clients. In one session attended by 11 people, we started the meeting by asking each person to introduce themself and mention the questions...

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