Item description for Knowledge Nirvana by Juris Kelley...
Overview Knowledge Nirvana is about achieving the competitive advantage through effective content management and team collaboration. In today's information-based economy, we must utilize the enabling technologies and industry's best practices to manage the intellectual capital and processes that form the foundation of every modern enterprise. This book provides you with the guidance necessary to implement a successful set of solutions to achieve the competitive advantage and escalate your organization's cycle of innovation. The book is light on the hypothetical and heavy on guidance and lessons learned during real implementations, some successful and others not. It focuses on the hard issues--those that if not overcome will kill your project. The four pillars comprising Knowledge Nirvana are discussed. These are: content (data and information); processes; people (our employees and teams); and the technology that enables us to effectively leverage our assets. The correlation between content, knowledge decay, discovery risk, and records management is explored, as is the fundamental conflict between hoarding and sharing information.
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The best knowledge management book I've read Aug 12, 2002
I've read other knowledge management books and they were hard to understand. Knowledge Nirvana, however, is easy to understand. Mr. Kelley uses terrific examples and the book is so well organized, even with a fantastic glossary, which I use often. Thanks so much for writing a knowledge management book that talks about real-life experiences and not just a bunch of theory! I highly recommend! A++!