By Amy Cipolat, IQ Business Once upon a time, in 2005, video sharing channel YouTube was launched and the third generation wave of global KM was underway, with a focus on leveraging collective knowledge. Meanwhile, at IQ Business, fresh-faced and passionate Knowledge
Knoco reports that there is a growing interest of KM in South Africa. This is based on an analysis of the number of visitors per country to the Knoco Website. In 2011, there were around 50 visitors per million South Africans on their
The SABS invites participation from the Knowledge Management community to develop a framework of standards for the field of Knowledge Management tailored for the South African context.
Many thanks to everyone who has taken the survey so far – we’ve got off to a great start. 21 responses so far and counting! We need lots more people to contribute to help us to build a clear picture of KM
We have the opportunity to run a KM survey for South Africa ahead of the SA KM Summit 2016. Please participate in this survey. With your help we would like to build a picture of what KM in Southern Africa looks like today and share and discuss the results with you at the Summit.
We are inviting proposals for papers, case studies, workshops and indabas to be presented at the 2016 Southern African Knowledge Management Summit (#2016SAKMS). The Summit will take place from 10-12 May 2016 in Johannesburg, South Africa. The #2016SAKMS provides a platform to