Few knowledge management (KM) teams have passed through the recession unscathed, but, characteristically, lessons have been learned. The resounding message from all sectors is that KM is now about doing more with less.
Ark Group's new report on Delivering Business- Critical Knowledge Management aims to share those lessons in a practical way that enables you to lead your organisation to significant efficiency and productivity gains. These proven strategies will not only strengthen you through the recession but bring you out the other side stronger and better equipped to take advantage of new opportunities and spaces left by those who fell by the way.
And best of all? The report will look at how to achieve these goals with the resources, the knowledge and information that already exists in your firm, assets that you already own.
Delivering Business- Critical Knowledge Management looks specifically at unlocking the existing potential that may have been overlooked in prosperous times but could now be essential to your survival and development.
The report will explain:
- Why KM is central to a speedy recovery, with reduced resources and adapted business models;
- How to prove the ongoing importance of KM to the leadership team;
- How to ensure your organisation is best positioned to take advantage of the market upturn;
- How KM can help you reshape your business model to adapt to market changes;
- How to create more engaged and productive employees in a time when morale may well be low;
- Ways in which knowledge assets can be better used to add value, win clients and improve profitability;
- The key steps you must take in the early recovery stages; and,
- Making the most of available technologies (including Web 2.0 tools) to improve internal and external collaboration and drive a knowledge sharing culture.
Delivering Business- Critical Knowledge Management will help you achieve your key business goals more efficiently with KM. But more importantly it will ensure that knowledge management is much more cost-effective in order to secure its place as a vital and central part of your business processes.
Featured case studies and contributions will also provide you with insight into the common pitfalls and successes of leading organisations including:
- Environmental Resources Management (ERM)
- Leicester City Council
- Bird & Bird
- Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
- Mills & Reeve