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10 Principles for Knowledge Management Success
Knowledge management (KM) can mean different things to an organization depending upon the nature of the initiative. KM is not a technology or set of

corporate knowledge sharing  already exist on a corporate network, intranet or within an existing call center or help desk system. It’s important to note that experienced agents can certainly benefit from access to both structured knowledge and unstructured information because they’re more likely to be able to pinpoint a solution within an unstructured document. However, level 1 agents or end-users accessing the knowledge base through self-service, may not find these sources of unstructured information helpful because they Read More...
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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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Collaborative Analytics: Sharing and Harvesting Analytic Insights Across the Business
Sadly, a division exists between business analysts and IT@they often perform separate data-related duties. There are benefits for companies that unite business

corporate knowledge sharing  such tooling to the corporate environment In either case, it’s in the assimilation step where linkage between the levels logically occurs. Between the personal and group levels, the mechanism is essentially a push, where the user who creates an analysis declares the value and availability of a particular function to his or her peers. Facilitating peer-to-peer interaction and sharing is key to easy and speedy movement of knowledge and analyses from the personal to the group level. Going from group to Read More...
The Power of Knowledge -- Knowledge is Power (Part 1)
The title of this blog post might sound like a no-brainer: as clear and indisputable as the “motherhood and apple pie” adage. Yet how many times have you dealt

corporate knowledge sharing  and has about 150 corporate customers worldwide. With the acquisition of ProfitScience in 2004 and TransDecisions in 2006 , Servigistics is currently the only company to offer, as a  one-stop-shop, spare parts pricing while also being able to combine parts and field workforce management. In other words, the company is the only software vendor that targets the post-sale (aftermarket) service market with a targeted set of solutions that work together on a single data model. This unified set has enabled Read More...
Hummingbird Smells Nectar In The Corporate Portal Market
Hummingbird Ltd. is moving into the Corporate Portal market. Like others, it sees corporate portals as a mechanism to cross-sell existing Business Intelligence

corporate knowledge sharing  company clearly sees its corporate portal product as a tool to cross-sell its Business Intelligence and Knowledge Management products because it can offer out-of-the-box integration with these products. Therefore current Business Intelligence or Knowledge Management customers can add a portal with limited additional cost and risk integrating existing Hummingbird products. The company has invested reasonably in product development and sales and marketing over the past six quarters. Figure 3 shows product Read More...
Stemming the Loss of Knowledge Capital: A Business Fix for Manufacturers
The clock is ticking for manufacturers to come up with a solution to the ongoing loss of knowledge capital. Their best hope lies in introducing knowledge

corporate knowledge sharing  and a shift in corporate strategy, input with respect to what the users want from the system and how the system manages knowledge should be collected to secure a positive launch. Stakeholder management includes buy-in at the executive level (including cost justification), the user level, and at the designer and engineering levels. It also includes external participants, such as partners, suppliers, and customers. After all, a knowledge management system is not static; it's dynamic, with active, continual Read More...
Improving Corporate Training Results with Discovery Learning Methodology
Organizations today, in the face of increased global competition, need educated managers and employees who can solve problems, understand complex issues, and

corporate knowledge sharing  Corporate Training Results with Discovery Learning Methodology Organizations today, in the face of increased global competition, need educated managers and employees who can solve problems, understand complex issues, and learn new skills quickly. This means that training organizations need to provide learning opportunities that effectively address these issues in ways that produce high retention rates. But if lectures don’t work, then what does? Enter discovery learning. Read More...
IFS Joins the Corporate Social Responsibility Fray
While day 1 of the IFS World Conference 2012 in Gothenburg, Sweden was mostly about mobility, day 2 expanded into some other interesting themes and topics. IFS

corporate knowledge sharing  Joins the Corporate Social Responsibility Fray While day 1 of the IFS World Conference 2012 in Gothenburg, Sweden was mostly about mobility , day 2 expanded into some other interesting themes and topics. IFS has long positioned itself as a single-instance global enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution alternative to SAP and Oracle. The realm of corporate social responsibility (CSR) presents notable challenges for organizations due to the intricacy of global and local laws and regulations and the Read More...
Building a Customer-centric Enterprise Knowledge Base for Improved Customer Support
Within an organization, knowledge bases (KBs) of known product issues and their resolutions are typically created and managed by customer support teams. Their

corporate knowledge sharing  a Customer-centric Enterprise Knowledge Base for Improved Customer Support Within an organization, knowledge bases (KBs) of known product issues and their resolutions are typically created and managed by customer support teams. Their obvious use is to maintain different types of methods for addressing various client issues. KBs thus become an important tool in an organization’s armamentarium used for supporting its customers. But clients are unable to access these resources directly—rather Read More...
Emerging Landscape of Mobile and Cloud Technologies in Corporate Security
Industry-leading organizations that fail to keep up with technological advancements of mobility and the cloud are becoming obsolete, while the enterprises that

corporate knowledge sharing  and Cloud Technologies in Corporate Security Industry-leading organizations that fail to keep up with technological advancements of mobility and the cloud are becoming obsolete, while the enterprises that embrace these powerful tools will continue to benefit from all the efficiencies and cost savings. This white paper analyzes the ways in which mobile and cloud-based technology solutions can augment and improve upon existing corporate security functions in a global context. Read More...
KnowledgeWorker
KnowledgeWorker@ is an enterprise content management (ECM) solution designed for the mid-market. Accessible via a web browser or MS Office and Outlook

corporate knowledge sharing  knowledge worker,what is a knowledge worker,what is knowledge worker,core knowledge worker,definition of knowledge worker,knowledge worker models,what is knowledge worker international management Read More...
Are Sales Incentives Even In Tune With the Corporate Strategy?
With sales being the lifeblood of virtually any company, selling should be an accurately accountable process forming the basis of overall strategic objectives

corporate knowledge sharing  In Tune With the Corporate Strategy? Incentive compensation plans are designed to motivate sales and service professionals to achieve goals and strive for excellence. But an alarming fact is that these same compensation plans are often at odds with the corporate strategy of customer satisfaction, since sales employees, in their zeal to earn more, often lose sight of what is importanttheir customers needs and the companys strategy. Part Two of the series Thou Shalt Motivate and Reward Workforce Better . Read More...
GCS Genesis Corporate Software
Genesis Corporate Solutions (GCS) is a leading provider of SAP enterprise application software and services. GCS enables businesses globally to maximize

corporate knowledge sharing  Genesis Corporate Software Genesis Corporate Solutions (GCS) is a leading provider of SAP enterprise application software and services. GCS enables businesses globally to maximize their return on investment by ensuring efficient deployment of SAP software applications. We have a strong track record of delivering effective SAP solutions across a wide range of industries. Read More...

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