Ivan Butina leads the #KM effort at UNICEF

Ivan encountered KM in 2013, when he used his community building and communication background on a World Bank Group (WBG) project aimed at improving knowledge sharing. For a year he only flirted with KM, committing to it fully in 2014. At the WBG Ivan focused mostly on community management and communities of practice (CoPs). He…

Read More

Santhosh Shekar and a look at ISO 30401 Knowledge Management Systems

Santhosh Shekar has worked with a wide spectrum of industry segments implementing knowledge management programs using various technologies and practices. He has also created a niche in leading KM standardization right from scratch to achieving multiple KM Programs executed in multiple companies. Furthermore, he has worked extensively on ISO 9001 organizational knowledge, AutoSPICE KM, and…

Read More

Knowledge Management may very well be the Manhattan Project of the 21st century

While working on my internship for my master’s degree in Information Architecture Knowledge Management, I conducted an interview with Keith Davis, employed by the Army’s Knowledge Management division inside the center of cyber excellence, as a means to better understand the Army’s knowledge management proponent. Davis concludes the interview with an enlightened consideration, demanding rumination.…

Read More

How to Assess Our KM Needs and Find Appropriate Solutions

Kristen Summers works as a Grants Manager at Saint Luke’s Foundation in Cleveland, Ohio. She is interested in Knowledge Management in order to further her career in philanthropy. In her spare time she enjoys hiking with her husband and two dogs. You know the saying in the field of grantmaking, “If you’ve met one foundation,…

Read More

The Importance of Knowledge Management

by  Edwin K. Morris on 12/7/2016 11:45 AM Edwin K. Morris ​ Pioneer Knowledge Services [email protected] Knowledge management is a contemporary business practice and organizational capacity builder that is recognized and used by governments, military systems, industries, corporations, foundations, and academia. The World Health Organization considers “KM to be the dual challenge of, first, managing information and…

Read More