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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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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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Please don’t call me “human capital”

by Carol Rozwell  |  April 22, 2013

Have you ever been in one of those situations where it was very clear the person you were speaking with wasn’t listening to you? A simple example of what I...

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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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Thoughts on Orlando Symposium

by Carol Rozwell  |  November 2, 2012

Symposium week is always a mad rush of 1-1 meetings, presentations, workshops and chance encounters. But this year it seemed more intense, more frenzied. Perhaps the fact that the facilities were...

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Move It or Lose It - Keeping Knowledge on the Move

by Carol Rozwell  |  August 6, 2012

Knowledge management has gone through a metamorphosis but it seems not everyone got the memo. In our Gartner research, we've written about a shift in focus from knowledge capture to...

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Friends don't let friends do social without a purpose

by Carol Rozwell  |  May 26, 2012

I've been reflecting on the myriad of client meetings I had during the PPM and Enterprise Architecture Summits. When you have lots of discussions on a single topic in quick succession,...

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Social Business or Business Communication via Social Media?

by Carol Rozwell  |  April 9, 2012

There's no doubt that social media is fast becoming a complementary component to other corporate communication methods. In November 2011, we published a prediction that warned against ignoring incoming messages...

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Musings on Recent Gartner Summits

by Carol Rozwell  |  March 23, 2012

Every time I come back from a Gartner Summit - in this case two of them: Portals, Content and Collaboration Summit and the Customer 360 Summit - I am energized...

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