Why manage knowledge? 2. Avoid repeating past mistakes
Traveler rating: “Horrible!”
Who: A TripAdvisor Member from Harbor Springs, MI
My experience with this property took place in: July, 2006
My rating for this hotel is: 1 out of 5
Would I stay at this location again: no way!
My comments: This is the worst hotel I've ever been in! The clerk was less than friendly, the place smelled like sour milk and mold and the room was filthy - stained sheets, dirty carpet and a mystery smell that was disturbing. I did not feel safe here. It was so bad, I checked out and paid a much higher rate at a hotel down the street.
Source: SIKM Leaders Community Why manage knowledge? 3. Take advantage of what others already know
Q: Has anyone had experience implementing any type of document automation software? Essentially, this would be software that would help create reusable templates from everyday content (word docs, PDFs, etc.) with the purpose of course of reducing the manual effort of re-typing or repetitively recreating these documents.
A: See http://www.exari.com . Document production can be driven by "intelligent" questionnaires, entry fields to feed variables, select boilerplate clauses from a library, etc. to produce PDF, MS Word editable docs, etc. Check out some of the papers and presentations on my web site http://www.orgs-evolution-knowledge.net .