International Knowledge Aware Webinars

Recorded Webinars

  • How Knowledge Aware Prevents Common Knowledge Management Failures (Beginner)

    The International Knowledge Aware Association hosted an educational webinar on the Knowledge Management Standards. The following topics were discussed throughout the webinar:

        • Introduction to the common failures modes of traditional Knowledge Management approaches
        • How the Knowledge Aware approach is different
        • How the Knowledge Aware approach prevents the common failure modes

     

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    Knowledge Management Standards (Beginner)

    The International Knowledge Aware Association hosted an educational webinar on the Knowledge Management Standards. The following topics were discussed throughout the webinar:

        • Introduction to ISO, and standards development
        • Why a Knowledge Management standard was needed
        • The new standard's requirements
        • How to go about implementing the standard

     

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  • Knowledge Aware Maturity Model (Intermediate)

    The International Knowledge Aware Association hosted a complimentary 30-minute educational webinar on the Knowledge Aware approach. From this webinar, you will learn:

      • Where your organization stands in terms of becoming 'Knowledge Aware'
      • The tactical steps to take to help bring your organization to the next Knowledge Aware level

     

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    Knowledge Aware Primer (Beginner)

    The International Knowledge Aware Association hosted a complimentary 30-minute educational webinar on the Knowledge Aware approach. From this webinar, you will learn:

      • A basic understanding of what the Knowledge Aware approach is
      • Benefits of the Knowledge Aware approach
      • Use Cases of how the Knowledge Aware approach is used
      • Ten Tenets of the Knowledge Aware approach

    Following the presentation, the webinar will be open to a brief Q&A.

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