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January 25, 2016

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

Amongst a few disadvantages, significant impacts can be: * lose of essential IP when staff leave or roles are made redundant * knowledge gaps between teams, which can negatively impact on projects, changes to products & services and client relationships

What constitutes good Knowledge Management practice in your eyes?

I have an L&D background so a blend of KM+Organisational learning is one essential practice - it can integrate continuous learning into an orgs DNA, where each staff member owns and drives their learning & development. This can kickstart positive changes in every area of the business from product development to an orgs culture.

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Brad Adriaanse @schmiq


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