DRIVING RADICALLY BETTER RETURNS ON COLLECTIVE ENTERPRISE KNOWLEDGE IN A BIG DATA WORLD
Part 2: Why Traditional Knowledge Management Initiatives Fail to Enable the Long Tail of Collective Enterprise Knowledge
This white paper—delivered in a four-part series—explains the transformative results return on knowledge (ROK) can achieve and provide insights into why organizations are unable to effectively tap on their knowledge capital; why traditional knowledge management initiatives need to be changed; how search and relevance technology can help companies unlock their knowledge assets to surf the next wave of value creation; and how ROK can be measured.
The second installment of this series explains the common shortcomings of traditional KM programs and proposes a method to transform the success and impact of KM programs.
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