Time Spent on Finding and Applying Knowledge

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Time Spent on Finding and Applying Knowledge
Stuart Allen
A short article about a study of more than 200 knowledge workers by Al Jacobson and Laurence Prusak (HBR Nov 2006) indicates that 20% of all time is spent on finding information, and 80% on eliciting, interpreting and applying the knowledge. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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Knowledge Management
Summary
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🔥Factors Hindering Knowledge Sharing
Getting Traction in KM through Weekly Updates...
The Role of Higher Education Institutions in New Knowledge Management Systems
Best Practices
🥇Knowledge on How to Use Knowledge
🥈Knowledge Capturing Process and Methods
🥉The Value of Knowledge Sharing. The Proposition
The Impact of Knowledge Management in Value Creation
Knowledge Management Social Capability
Methods for Explicit Knowledge Creation
Technical Committees in Knowledge Management
Global KM Acceptance
Social Networking for Knowledge Sharing
Knowledge Management in Testing of Software
Conditions for Knowledge Management
Are People ready to share?
The Value of Knowledge in a New Job
Components of Knowledge Sharing Systems
Success Could Be your Failure?
Time Spent on Finding and Applying Knowledge
How to Design a Knowledge Transfer Template?
Knowledge Management Activity: The Share / Learn Board
Ways to Make Knowledge Capture Happen
Closed Knowledge Management Platforms: Against the Grain?


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