Enhancing the Effectiveness of Co-creation
Examining co-creation challenges in today's digital world, this post offers Madan Rao's five-fold strategy for maximizing co-creation impact: promoting activities and participation, improving collaboration and ideation processes, enhancing peoples' skills and knowledge, ensuring deliverables, and fostering a resilient culture.
Made to Stick- Book review
"Made to Stick" by Chip & Dan Heath explores the essential principles of effective communication, including simplicity, unexpectedness, concreteness, credibility, emotional resonance, and storytelling. A valuable resource for leaders and educators.
ISO Knowledge Management certification: To be certified- our personal perspective
The Standards Institution of Israel published the first Knowledge Management standard. A knowledge management company underwent the certification process successfully.
Initial examination of organizational needs according to KM Standard SI 25006
The standard represents the 'compass' of Knowledge Management; the manager will know the definition of the conduct of an organization "perfectly". Its chapters, as a result, represent aspects and dimensions that should be taken into consideration when diagnosing the state of the organization, specifically in the field of Knowledge Management.
Dave's not here: Retiree Knowledge Retention
Effective knowledge retention is crucial for organizations to mitigate the loss of valuable information and expertise when employees leave.
Decision-making in the new world of collaboration
Collaboration complicates decision-making, as individuals with unique perspectives aim for shared objectives. In our volatile world, traditional decision-making models may fall short. Facilitate smoother decision-making by fostering co-opetition, emphasizing the common good, and leveraging technology for transparency. Despite its challenges, collaboration brings substantial, growing benefits and the opportunity to work with remarkable individuals
Have you heard of ShareGate?
Introducing ShareGate: a powerful tool for SharePoint and Office365 environments, offering seamless data migration, administration, reorganization, and more.
Harnessing the Power of Co-Creation: A Case for Design-Thinking Based Hackathons
Design-thinking based hackathons serve as dynamic co-creation hubs, blending structured productivity and creative energy. This approach follows a three-stage model: Inspiration (gathering existing knowledge), Ideation (generating new ideas), and Implementation (turning discussions into action), all while harnessing the collective wisdom of the crowd to foster innovation.
A review of SharePoint 2019's new features
Microsoft's SharePoint 2019 offers new capabilities such as modern design, expanded OneDrive features, communication sites, improved search, and more.
Enhancing Collaboration Through the Power of Storytelling
Incorporating storytelling into collaboration not only improves message delivery but also builds trust and connection. Technology tools like Miro, Chat GPT, and Pictory enhance the crafting and presentation of stories, fostering a more engaging and effective collaborative experience.
Collaborative Positioning: Celebrating the difference
This article explains how knowledge managers can benefit from the concept of positioning, a crucial process for competition and collaboration management. Positioning enables differentiation from the competition and serves as a lever for collaboration. Collaborative positioning involves celebrating differences within a team and creating a strong joint positioning through these clashing differences, as well as between the team and the rest of the world. This powerful tool can help businesses differentiate themselves in the market, succeed in the new era, and collaborate more effectively with others.
Hooked- Book Review
Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products is a book by Nir Eyal that presents a model that encourages users to form habits. The model is based on studies of user behavior and successful products and involves four steps: trigger, action, reward, and investment. The book emphasizes the importance of creating stimuli that link the user's needs to the supplier's advantage and of making products easy to use and rewarding. To create a successful habit-forming product, the company must analyze the user's needs and build a committed user base.