I was helping a law firm with their KM strategy recently and one thing they found thought-provoking was having a “Knowledge Vision”.
What is it?
A “Knowledge Vision” captures the essence of your knowledge strategy and is aspirational in explaining what working life related to knowledge will be like in the future.
It requires an understanding of your firm’s knowledge assets at the moment, what knowledge will be needed in the future for a resilient and successful firm, and how you will meet the firm’s knowledge needs along the strategic journey from present to future, but it isn’t the plan itself.
- Do you have a Knowledge Vision as part of your KM Strategy? If so I’d love to hear about it in the comments below. How difficult was it to create? Does it meet the 5 criteria I list in the report?
Read more –
- Nonaka et al “Enabling Knowledge Creation”
- Barnes & Milton “Designing a successful KM Strategy”
- My previous posts about strategy
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- Come along to my afternoon workshop on KM Strategy in London on 13th July.
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Get help –
- I can help you write your KM Strategy and vision. I can do it for you entirely, work alongside you or coach you through the process.