Welcome to my next generation knowledge management blog.
My blog will analyze real world incidents and multiple organizational situations and demonstrate why and how “next generation” and “knowledge management” efforts are critical to an organization’s success and how “next generation knowledge management” must replace ineffective “megaphone management”.
“Next generation” = Forward-thinking ways to improve organizational results by replacing outdated and status quo processes. “Next generation” ideas will also help organizational leaders to perform at higher levels as business environments become more complex and more effectively engage and lead others to make better decisions and achieve better results.
“Knowledge management” = While there are multiple definitions for knowledge management, I believe that lessons learned have clearly shown that “knowledge management” has become the most important element (and most ignored and most misunderstood) for all types of management. Management types include: risk, emergency, compliance, security, information, technology, audit, privacy, assessment, operational, disaster, crisis, change, controls, people, and etc.
“Megaphone management” = Most organizations use “megaphone management” methods such as binders, e-mails, intranets, shared network drives, annual general training, knowledge centers, and etc. to broadcast information and knowledge to their people. “Megaphone management” methods do not offer individual-level confidentiality, security, accountability, measurability or audit-ready or legal-ready documentation.
My blog topics will explain how incidents and headlines could have been addressed more effectively and more efficiently with “next generation knowledge management” methods rather than status quo methods and outdated “megaphone management” efforts.