It has been an interesting year for me as a knowledge management consultant and educator, I had the pleasure of working with a leading on-line financial brokerage company, teaching knowledge management at the Knowledge Systems Institute, in particularly knowledge management within healthcare, developing KM processes and tools for my latest venture Tacitware as well as presenting at the KM World Taxonomy Boot Camp.
Along the way I presented several topics in this blog for discussion and comment. I would like to thank all those who have made comments and have taken the time to stop by and read the postings. I sincerely hope that each posting stimulated some thought and that by reading it you were able to take something away in which you can apply to grow your own KM practice and/or enhance your understanding of KM.
The topics I presented ranged from knowledge management at your organization to details about taxonomies and search engine optimization and content management to the challenge of capturing tacit knowledge and wondering “where have my experts gone”. I also presented the seven steps of the Knowledge Acquisition Unified Framework (KAUF), which is a comprehensive and repeatable KM process for capturing knowledge. I rounded out my postings with talking about social media and its role in collaboration, KM for collaboration and innovation, KM trends for 2012 and my personal favorite “Drinking the KM Kool-Aid”.
Although I do not post as many blog entries as others, I will continue to post information that I believe will add value and stimulate conversation. I wish everyone the best year ever in 2012 and I look forward to hearing from everyone throughout the year!