Driving innovative projects and processes on budget and on time is a challenge; however organisations are increasingly realising the value of knowledge management in terms of working through such challenges - with positive outcomes. With constant pressure to be lean, produce more with less, to share knowledge and be more collaborative, knowledge managers and their teams are playing a changing and critical role in the development, management, and successful delivery of core business objectives and projects. Innovation and Transformation through Knowledge Management is a strategic guidebook, packed with case studies, insight and opinion, tips and tools in order to use knowledge management to drive innovation and manage change effectively.
Featuring expert contributions from the likes of: * Dave Snowden, KM thought leader; * David Galipeau, the Knowledge, Innovation and Capacity Group * Practice Leader for the United Nations Development Programme; * Colette Bewley and Rachel Roberts from Burges Salmon; * Stephanie Barnes, of Missing Puzzle Piece Consulting; * Oz Benamram of White & Case LLP and Sally Gonzales of SNR Denton; * Debra Amidon, founder and CEO of ENTOVATION International Ltd; * Dimis Michaelides, renowned author, consultant and speaker; * Dr Nick Milton, KM Consultant; * Yuen-Wah Ku, head of process and service innovation at OCBC Bank in Singapore; * Dr Johannes Muller, Jaren Krchnavi and Dr. Alexander Stocker from Siemens; * Gordon Vala-Webb - led an award-winning social networking project at PwC, Canada; and * Keith De La Rue, of Acknowledge Consulting.
They cover topics including: * The impact of KM innovation on productivity, growth, and morale within the organisation; * Minimising personnel knowledge loss to competitors; * The benefit of innovation for individual roles, across departments and the entire organisation; * How to develop and implement a KM innovation strategy; * Learning how to develop and present innovation for improving procedures and processes; * Effective knowledge sharing with colleagues, and clients/customers; * Identifying and harnessing key innovation drivers; * The evolution of KM as a driver of innovation in today's organisation; and * The use of knowledge technology to drive innovation. Innovation through KM is the key to improved productivity and consistent organisational growth.