What do we mean when we say "knowledge management"?

A reflection on the meanings and nuances of "knowledge management."

The punch line: knowledge management (KM) is a mindset and process of collaboratively describing a desired future state of affairs, the required information needed to make decisions towards those desired outcomes, and the ecosystem of practices to collect, organize, and interrogate that information.

Key Questions

Key questions that impact how I think and what I pursue in the false dichotomy of work-life (when, in reality, all is connected).

Information values across a network partnership

Scenario: multiple organizations connected through shared goals believing collaboration leads to greater impact on their constituents. These organizations are based in different countries around the globe, speak various languages, employ a range of people, and utilize myriad digital communication tools.

Library Transformation Over Time

A few thoughts on possible library transformations.

Library from the Latin liber, bark.

From Here to There

As an analytical thinker, I ponder future outcomes in both home and work life, and the intermediate steps to see transformation from the current to the future state of affairs.