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How to Build Knowledge-Based Companies?


Knowledge management improves organizational processes through a variety of different practices, and enhances learning, which can increase both follower engagement and personal development. This article presents the two key steps of successful knowledge management that can be implemented by company executives.

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What is a Change Agent and How Can They Help Your Organization?


While they can be internal or external, change agents share the qualities of flexible thinking, a broad knowledge base, a results focus, positive influence in an organization, a willingness to take ownership of the change process, and strong communication skills. Where Do I Find Change Agents?

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Idea to Value

As more work is data and knowledge-based, there is exponentially more information which could be reviewed. As the company “matures”, stricter processes are put in place requiring information to be checked and assessed against standards which previously were more relaxed.

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The Complex and the Chaotic: Going Beyond Incremental Innovation

HYPE Innovation

Faced with the challenge of improving a product or service in the marketplace shouldn’t present too much of a problem for organizations with capabilities in managing and deploying their knowledge base.

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An ecosystem platform for innovation communities, with Lukas Strniste from Corporate Innovators

Rapid Innovation in digital time

Lukas Strniste takes us to his innovation ecosystem platform, with several modules monitored by the orchestrator of the ecosystem - eLearning, community, knowledge base, remote events, marketplace etc.

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Intellectual Capital: The Power and Profitability of an Idea

Daniel Burrus

For instance, one of the more common instances of intellectual capital at a business or organization is the knowledge base of the employees at all levels. But if you really think about it, what about their knowledge base is valuable, and how valuable is it? Unfortunately, only the company stands to lose in this battle.

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Building out our innovation ecosystem in design and thinking

Paul Hobcraft

It is knowledge-based and well-grounded. To achieve this evolution and allow innovation to thrive and work, organizations need to become better equipped in supporting knowledge, data, insights and people in their data handling, management, analysis sharing and processing.