Learn how Honeywell UOP created a knowledge management strategy that catered to its multigenerational workforce.
As trends and demand for remote and flexible work grows, so too will the challenges for information managers when it comes to hiring, retaining, evaluating and engaging employees in this ever-changing landscape.
An ideal knowledge management approach considers the intersection of technology with both business and cultural trends impacting the organization.
What happens when small organizations don’t have oversight of information resources? Heather Demaris, a knowledge and information management consultant, explores this topic.
Semantic search capabilities have the power to help solve many intractable problems – but does it remove the need for manual indexing?
Without a single enterprise-wide search function, it can take a long time for the people in your organization to find the right data. Here’s our approach.
Are researchers in emerging life science companies suffering from ‘information underload’? CCC’s Jill Shuman reached out to scientific researchers to find out the answer.