- About the Authors
When it comes to knowledge management (KM), much has been written, much has been presented, and much has been tried by tens of thousands of practitioners, in-company specialists, external consultants, and hybrid HR, OD, and IT professionals. And though KM has survived accusations of being a “just another management fad,” it has never had an agreed set of tools, a commercial accreditation, or a standard. In fact, attending a KM conference can be a bit like visiting an international street food market.
So, is KM ready to move from being a “movement” to establishing itself as a recognized cuisine? The answer, persuasively demonstrated in this new book, is a resounding “yes!”
Newly released, the ISO standard (30401) shines fresh light on field of knowledge management, imbuing it with long-awaited credibility and consistency. Here, the authors present a menu of success stories and strategies for organizations preparing to adopt ISO 30401. The KM Cookbook will inspire leaders, knowledge managers, and policy professionals to respond to the standard in a way which reflects their unique context and delivers maximum impact.