Abstract: The following is taken from The 2015 Global Knowledge Management Observatory© Report (second edition). This comprehensive report into the state of KM is available as a FREE download; with 729 respondents from 56 countries, the report poses interesting challenges for KM practitioners that need to be addressed if the function is to be
Abstract: One of the critical challenges for newly appointed Chief Knowledge Officers, Knowledge Chiefs, and KM team leaders is the composition of their team. Of course, you may not always have a completely free hand in putting together your team, particularly if the KM function in your organization predates your arrival to lead it.
Abstract: A recent discussion in the SIKM Leaders Community focused on staffing a knowledge management program and community management effort. The initial post was from someone establishing a Knowledge Management Program Office with a focus on Communities of Practice who wanted to build a case for one or more dedicated resources.
On LinkedIn Education you can explore your desired field of study to find members who studied it (unfortunately this service is no longer available). The results show you where they work (employers), what they do (job functions), where they went to university, where they live (countries & greater city areas), and how you are connected
Abstract: There are maybe 32,000 knowledge managers in the world. Give or take. That figure is almost certainly wrong, but there are 32000 people on linked-in with the word “Knowledge” (or Conocimiento, or Connaissance, or Kennis, etc etc) in their current job title, in a selection of the larger countries.