Good Knowledge Management is Good Customer Service with John Antill

John Antill is currently a Knowledge Manager at US Army Expeditionary Civilian Workforce. With over 14 years of progressively responsible knowledge management experience in complex technical roles – both military and civilian – requiring exceptional project coordination, problem solving, and management skills, John has established a track record of success by leveraging a collaborative leadership…

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Designing Learning and Knowledge Flow in Organizations with Moya Radley

Moya (Deacon) Radley serves as Manager of Technical Capability at IAG New Zealand and is an experienced data, information and knowledge management professional, with a track record of leading teams and delivering projects. She is passionate about developing people, and encourage a collaborative and safe culture to help team members become the best that they…

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MicroLearning at the IRS: Creative Knowledge for self-service with Kelly Barrett

Kelly Barrett has worked for the IRS for 23 years, starting as a Data Entry Transcriber and worked his way up to a Human Resources Education and Knowledge Management Specialist.  Kelly has over 15 years of training project management experience with an expertise in eLearning course development and is a certified Instructional Designer (ISD) and…

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Knowledge Responsibility: The Organization That Expects You to Own That with Dr. Cindy J. Young

Dr. Cynthia “Cindy” J. Young is the Founder/CEO of CJ Young Consulting, LLC, a knowledge management consulting firm, as well as a curriculum developer and instructor with Leidos. About a decade ago, she retired as a Surface Warfare Officer after 23 years in the U.S. Navy which is where her love for knowledge management began.…

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Narratives of Work: Social Collaborations in Organizations

Ana Neves Ana is the founder and managing director of Knowman, a consulting company focused on knowledge management and enterprise social networks. Prior to this, she has worked with public and private sector companies in different countries. In the UK, she was Knowledge Network Manager at the NHS Modernization Agency and Cultural Change Manager at…

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KM is Change Management: Asian Development Bank and the #KMAlchemy

   Mary Jane CarangalSan Jose Senior Knowledge Management Officer,   Sustainable Development and Climate Change Department, Asian Development Bank Since 2013, Jane has been working with the Knowledge Advisory Services Center (SDCC-KC) on creating a database of knowledge partnerships and related policies, enhancing country knowledge plans, and preparing ADB’s Knowledge Management Action Plan for 2021 to…

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Knowledge Challenge for Health Care

Guest Blogger Dr. Marvin Boren is a passionate knowledge management professional and forward thinker.​ Challenges Picking up where I left off, I will discuss some of the challenges or barriers to HIT adoption. It would be easy to compile a long list of challenges to the adoption of HIT. Nonetheless, I’ll limit my discussion to…

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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…

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