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Martyn B.



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September 26, 2012

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

The organisation that doesn't practice effective knowledge management is cursed to endlessly repeat history, instead of learning from it (to badly misquote Santayana).

What constitutes good Knowledge Management practice in your eyes?

As an IT professional, I originally came to KM thinking in terms of IT tools, but my recent study has lead me to a much richer understanding of the diverse and multi-faceted of the field. Good KM practice is something that requires multiple approaches, initiatives and strategies, supported by continuing review and refinement. It's a bit like perfection - if it were achievable, it wouldn't be worth striving for.

What is your Twitter ID if you have one?



IT Stategy and Change Management are my core skills, both of which I get to exercise as ICT Manager for VicHealth. I'm currently studying towards an MBA at RMIT, where the KM elective has been my most enoyable course.

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