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On February 3, 2009 Neil Olonoff will present a Webinar summarizing the "Federal Knowledge Management Initiative Roadmap." The initiative, begun several months ago by members of the Federal Knowledge ...

On February 3, 2009 Neil Olonoff will present a Webinar summarizing the "Federal Knowledge Management Initiative Roadmap." The initiative, begun several months ago by members of the Federal Knowledge Management Working Group, aims to establish an official center for knowledge management in the Federal Government. With this center of operations as a start, the Federal government can begin to foster knowledge sharing practices and culture, build innovation, and find solutions to the Knowledge Retention Crisis. And there is much more to the plan. Learn how you can become a part of this exciting, ambitious new direction for knowledge management in Government, by attending via phone and computer.

Neil is currently the Chair at Federal Knowledge Management Initiative Committee and the Knowledge Management Lead at US Army, HQDA G-4 / Innolog. Neil has over 25 years of experience focused on federal and private sector consulting services in information management, enterprise content management, knowledge management, strategic planning, marketing, and transition management.

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  • This presentation summarizes the "Federal Knowledge Management Initiative Roadmap."  The initiative, begun several months ago by members of the Federal Knowledge Management Working Group, aims to establish an official center for knowledge management in the Federal Government.  With this center of operations as a start, the Federal government can begin to foster knowledge sharing practices and culture, build innovation, and find solutions to the Knowledge Retention Crisis. And there is much more to the plan.  Learn how you can become a part of this exciting, ambitious new direction for knowledge management in Government, by attending via phone and computer.

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  • Federal Knowledge Management Initiative Federal KM Working Group Neil Olonoff
  • Is “American know-how” disappearing from the Federal Government?
    • We all know America is smart. Our government possesses a vast reservoir of information.
    • But recent catastrophic “knowledge failures” prove we need to get better at sharing these huge knowledge assets.
  • Costs of Failure to Share Knowledge
    • Dangerous Knowledge Gaps
      • Historically, failure to share knowledge has resulted in disasters. 
    • Which could have been averted with a “word to the wise?”
      • The sinking of the Titanic?
      • 9/11 attacks?
      • Space Shuttle Challenger crash?
  • Hurricane Katrina
    • The Federal response to Hurricane Katrina was marked by now infamous failures to communicate
  • The Space Shuttle Challenger
    • NASA engineers already knew the dangers of freezing the O-ring that failed, leading to the loss of the Space Shuttle Challenger.
  • This is nothing new or particularly American …
    • The location of the iceberg that sank the Titanic was spiked in the ship’s telegraph office.
  • Even the 9/11 attacks …
    • The FBI was already investigating foreign students learning to fly, but not land, large jet planes
  • An Epidemic of Avoidable Error
    • All these notorious disasters could have been averted with a “word to the wise.”
    • Of course, it also happens quietly millions of times every day ..
  • We have the antidote
    • Knowledge management
      • A ten year old discipline that consists of ..
      • a set of management practices, plus …
      • culture change to instill attitudes of cooperation and collaboration
  • Federal KM Initiative Roadmap
    • The Knowledge Imperative
      • Why Knowledge Management is critically important for Federal government, right now
    • The Way Forward
      • The Federal KM Initiative Action Plan sets out actions to instill knowledge sharing in government
  • Why is Knowledge Important?
    • Silly question!
      • It’s an enabler and multiplier
      • But it doesn’t “flow through the pipes” very well. It’s “sticky.”
    • Sticky? Why?
      • Organizational “stovepipes”
      • Human nature. 
  • Benefits of Sharing Knowledge
    • Synergy and efficiency
    • Quality & Value Enhancement
    • Innovation
    • Morale
  • Government’s Critical KM Needs
    • A central resource center for Knowledge Management
    • Foster consistent knowledge sharing practices
    • Build a knowledge sharing culture
    • Solutions to meet the challenge of the Age Wave Retirement Crisis
  • Federal KM Initiative Action Plan
    • Goals:
      • Establish a Federal KM Center
      • Create a Federal CKO Position
      • Enact Policies, Standards & Practices
      • Web Presence & KM Awareness Campaign
      • Train Federal Workers in KM Skills
      • Build a knowledge sharing culture
      • Age Wave Retirement & Recruiting Programs
      • Web 2.0 and social computing
      • Recruit Generation Y employees
  • Establish a Federal Knowledge Management Center
    • Central resource for Federal KM
    • Provide impetus and consultation for the tasks in the Action Plan
  • Establish a Federal CKO Position
    • Within the proposed Federal CTO office
      • Coordinate with colleagues at each federal agency
      • Demonstrate the benefits of sharing and collaborating across agencies
  • KM Governance: Policies, Standards and Practices
    • KM Governance
      • Policies
      • Standards
      • Practices
        • Specifying the decisions that need to be made, and those who should make them, to maximize the benefits and efficiency of knowledge management activities.
  • Web Presence and Content Distribution
    • To support all the activities of the Federal KM Center
      • Awareness medium
      • Content Distribution point
      • Demonstration site for blogs, wikis, and social network tools
  • Build Awareness of KM Resources
    • Differentiating KM from IM & IT
    • Awareness Communications Campaign
  • Train Federal Workers in KM Skills
    • Anyone can learn knowledge work competencies.
    • Plus, there’s a valuable bonus:
      • Knowledge work competencies bring deeper understanding and appreciation of the value of knowledge sharing.
      • This, in turn, supports culture change. 
    • Work with OPM to recognize the discipline, establish appropriate Position Descriptions, competency maps, and professional advancement
  • Build a Knowledge Sharing Culture in the Federal Government
      • Leadership Support 
      • Explicit Knowledge Sharing & Collaboration Policies
      • Proactive Support and Consultation
      • KM Competency Training
      • Build Awareness of KM Resources
  • Meet the Challenge of the Retirement “Age Wave”
    • Vast numbers of Federal workers from the “Baby Boom” generation will soon retire.
      • Knowledge Retention programs are aimed at offsetting this “brain drain”
      • Web 2.0 programs support the recruiting of Generation Y employees
  • Establish Web 2.0 and Social Computing Policies
    • Under the auspices of the Federal CKO
      • Coordinate with cyber security specialists to mitigate security concerns
      • Demonstrate the need to establish Web 2.0 and social computing technologies
      • Establish “rules of behavior” for federal employees, including participating in virtual worlds
      • Bring Facebook-like environments to the federal intranets
  • Attract and Recruit Generation Y
    • In coordination with OPM, create campaigns to attract “Gen Y”
      • Then, support the proliferation of social computing by providing them Web 2.0 tools
      • Allow them the freedom to operate and thrive within federal bureaucracy
  • Summing Up
    • We discussed reasons why KM is critically important for the Federal government. 
      • Bottom-Line Imperative
      • Quality & Value Enhancement
      • Innovation
      • Morale
  • Action Highlights
    • The action plan contains specific recommendations, including:
      • Create a Federal Knowledge Management Center
      • Develop and implement Policy, Standards and Practices
      • Build Awareness for KM
      • Support Knowledge Work Competencies
  • Can We Afford This?
    • We began by discussing the “cost of not sharing knowledge.” In an office the cost can be computed in labor hours or dollars. In a war or emergency, the cost may be paid in human lives. 
    • There is a cost to this effort, as well. But considering the stakes, our question is not “Can we afford to do this?”  It is, rather, “Can we afford not to?”
  • Get Involved!
    • Join the Federal KM Working Group . No dues are involved. To join the listserv , send a blank e-mail to [email_address]
    • Read the Roadmap on our Wiki page
      • http://wiki.nasa.gov/cm/wiki/Federal%20Knowledge%20Management%20Working%20Group%20(KMWG).wiki/home/home.html
    • Sign the Petition by emailing the presenter, Neil Olonoff [email_address]