Technology will change the way people work, learn and make decisions and hence also the operating model of organisations. The world of work will be driven by technological innovation and digital productivity. Should organizations fail to upskill and reskill employees, adjust work
by Fezile Njokweni – Programme Manager: Knowledge Management at the eThekwini Municipality The public sector is lagging behind the private sector with regards to embracing Knowledge Management (KM) as a management practice. One of the main factors is that government, in particular
This Tweet by Rosabeth Moss Kanter made us wonder then how do Knowledge Leaders learn and stay ahead of the curve. We’ve asked Knowledge Leaders to share with us how and what they are learning. Here is the feedback we received from Fezile Njokweni
by Ronel Davel & Elmi Bester At the 2016 Southern African Knowledge Management Summit, we were asked to discuss what we know about an olive tree and how this relates to Knowledge Management. Little did we realise how much the humble olive
At the end of the 2015 SA KM, Dr Herman van Niekerk challenged us to come back this year with different conversations. Conversations that are not based on challenges but focused on solutions. In order to “be the difference” you want to see, one ought to look deeper than before. Knowledge Management has come a long way since the 90’s with many lessons learnt and now the time has come to apply those lessons as we move forward.
During my time as a KM practitioner (which I’m still enjoying since 1999), I found myself having to fight for recognition and attention.
— Originally published by Akhona Damane on LinkedIn Pulse (June, 2 2015) — Yesterday (27 May 2015)Â I was participating at the SAKMS (Southern African Knowledge Management Summit) in Pretoria, as a panel member at the Discussion on Knowledge Leader workshop. We had