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MLIS classes: Knowledge Management in Organizations

Out of all the MLIS classes I’ve taken so far, Knowledge Management is the one I’ve enjoyed the most. It’s one of the core modules for the Knowledge Management specialization and it consisted of a two and a half hour seminar once a week, which was reduced to around two hours part-way through the semester. 757 more words

Study Abroad

V. L. Hunter reblogged this on Dominican University LIS 750 and commented:

I took a KM class in my MLIS program and have worked in KM for 9 years at a major oil/gas company. I initially managed a Community of Practice and later had the more comprehensive role of Organizational Learning Lead. It's my experience that the opportunities are behavioural and cultural vs tools and document storage repositories. At the recent SLA Annual Conference I saw several vendors offering excellent tools, but less discussion about implementation and measuring value by the enterprises that undertake a KM approach. I believe we need at least equal attention to both parts of the process, and I've observed that even the best tools don't solve the problem if people don't utilize them appropriately.

Knowledge Management tools and software: A real value preposition or marketing pitch?

Even the best new tools, software, and assorted gadgetry can’t overcome inherent business process issues. We do a disservice to Knowledge Management when we throw a new tool at an issue without addressing the company culture of learning, collaborating, and information sharing, and how it fits into the organizational workflow. 67 more words

Great Reblogs

L&D 2.0 - Why Learning in Business needs a Makeover?

Let’s get to the point – L&D, when too simple – is a farce and when too complicated – doesn’t deliver. I am not saying this, but a lot of organizations have come to prove this statement true over the past few years. 2,208 more words


The power of questions

Anyone who has had children has experienced the endless barrage of the “whys” around the age of three years old. “Why is this, Daddy?”  “Why is that, Mommy?” The purpose of this phase of development is to learn as much as possible about the world that these children have been brought into. 467 more words


Learning to Innovate

Tony Wagner is a compelling champion for change. In his books and TED talks, the former teacher and “Expert in Residence” at Harvard University’s Innovation Lab… 324 more words

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