Many of our current knowledge management (KM) initiatives and resources are labor-intensive and require substantial effort to keep them going and valuable post-implementation. Consequently, and despite our best intentions, many of these initiatives have a tendency to flame out once our energy wanes, attention shifts or human resources are reduced. Learn how to leverage organizational processes and resources to help your KM tools and programs derive greater benefit and value with less human effort and thereby make them more sustainable.
Practical and real-world examples of sustainable KM initiatives
Strategies for designing sustainable programs, turning unsustainable ones into sustainable ones, or terminating resources where the payoff doesn’t justify the effort required