Overcoming Knowledge Loss: Key Knowledge Retention and Transfer Approaches - KM Edge: Where the best in Knowledge Management come together

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Sign In Home KM Topics KM Overview Case Studies About Us Search Overcoming Knowledge Loss: Key Knowledge Retention and Transfer Approaches Page 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 In APQCs most recent research on knowledge retention and transfer (KR&T) approaches, the primary lesson is that variety is key. Communities of Practice Best-in-class organizations rely heavily on CoPs for the purposes of identifying, capturing, and transferring knowledge.

Knoco stories: Top 10 success factors for Communities of practice

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CoP Launch, Middle East. What can you do to help develop a lively, open, asking-and-sharing CoP that adds real business value? CoPs are based on relationships and trust, and relationships and trust are cemented through meeting. 3) Provide CoP leader training. retention. (1).

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Knoco stories: Why Communities of Practice die young

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There is such a thing as Critical Mass for CoPs, which varies depending on the urgency of the topic and whether the CoP can meet face to face, but generally the Bigger the Better for CoPs. The Holder college CoP was too small to live. The CoP would not pass the "I am a."

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Knoco stories: When communities of practice are not the answer

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A traditional CoP may not be the answer. And as I discussed previously , if the organisation REQUIRES something to be delivered, then an informal CoP is not the answer - you may need a community of purpose, aka Delivery network, aka Global Practice group. KM assessment. (7).

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This book helps people of all risk aptitudes to assess and improve their risk IQs.

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