A New Purpose for KM Systems: Enabling Knowledge Creation

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Posted by Sarah Nichols on 10/10/2017

In their recent Harvard Business Review article, Help Employees Create Knowledge—Not Just Share It, John Hagel III and John Seely Brown argue “the most valuable form of learning today is actually creating new knowledge.” Traditional KM systems represented a huge leap forward in terms of making explicit knowledge accessible and structured, but what knowledge management strategies and applications do we need in today’s business environment in order to maximize the intersection of knowledge and learning?

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Topics: Knowledge Management, Knowledge Management Systems, Knowledge Creation

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