What to put in an agile Knowledge Management training
Abstract: I was never trained on KM. I just learned it by doing. Errrr, I am learning it by doing.
There’s many ways that one can think of elements to include in a KM training, so I’ll start with my favourite order: random – spur of the moment-like. A first brush to peel this onion, to unravel the little patterns that gild this golden question.
Here’s a series of (perhaps not so) random concepts and keywords that I think should make it into an agile KM training course – focused on development – these days…
Ewen Le Borgne: What to put in a KM training, off the random top of my head. Agile KM for me… and you?, August 25, 2013
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