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Andrew B.



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March 23, 2011


How do you feel a lack of knowledge management impacts the organisation?

Those who do not remember the mistakes of the past are destined to repeat them. Failing to capture knowledge gained about people or processes means organisations waste resources rediscovering lost knowledge.

What constitutes good Knowledge Management practice in your eyes?

My core KM philosophy is that knowledge emerges from behaviour. Having systems in place that allow people to record what they do, and then mining these records for trends and patterns is a good KM practice.

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I am interested in how software can augment peoples decision making by providing relevant information. My PhD research looked at how information-seeking behaviours create a body of knowledge from which this information can be extracted.


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