Moving Beyond the Knowledge Base to the Social Knowledge Exchange
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In today’s world, effective knowledge sharing within an organization helps to attract talent, to build revenue and to inspire innovation, all of which lead to competitive advantage. Historically, ...
In today’s world, effective knowledge sharing within an organization helps to attract talent, to build revenue and to inspire innovation, all of which lead to competitive advantage. Historically, the dissemination of information has happened through a system of content platforms and static document sharing, often via email. Those old paradigms no longer apply in the real-time socially connected world of today. Leveraging social platforms to tap the collective mindshare of the organization is not only important, it's mission critical for success.
These slides from our recent webinar with ClimateWorks and Forrester Research demonstrate how innovation is pushing the boundaries of knowledge management and moving us into the era of the Social Knowledge Exchange.
Kate Leggett, Forrester’s leading expert analyst on knowledge management will lead the conversation and provide industry trends and insights on the future of the Social Knowledge Exchange. We'll also hear from Sarah Nichols, Director of Knowledge Management for ClimateWorks, a foundation dedicated to supporting public policies that prevent dangerous climate change, and learn how ClimateWorks uses its social intranet to:
Create a central services portal that connects its global network of non-profits
Connect systems of record to systems of engagement
Develop innovative UX search and content discovery mechanisms
Apply best practices to increase intranet adoption and usage.
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