John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration
JUNE 6, 2009
Key information is divided into ever-smaller spaces, locked up out of broad use, generating considerable information management and knowledge management problems. Phase 1: Gardening The starting point is to identify an overall owner for the collaboration tools, and to put in place simple governance, policies and management. Matt, I think a knowledge audit and mapping might be good starting points to determine what knowledge exists and how it is networked.