The KM Cookbook
Stories and strategies for organisations exploring Knowledge Management Standard ISO30401
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The KM Cookbook serves up a menu of success stories and strategies for organizations wanting to know more about Knowledge Management Standard ISO30401 – whether they intend to pursue certification, or simply seek to use it as a framework to review their existing programme and strategy. Knowledge Management (KM) has been around for over 20 years as a set of tools and methods for connecting, collecting and creating knowledge. Lots has been written, and there are tens of thousands of practitioners out there—in-company specialists and consultants. Unlike Lean, Agile and other business improvement methodologies, KM has never had a single agreed set of tools, or a commercial accreditation or standard. Attending a KM conference can feel a bit like visiting an international street food market! In many ways, the arrival of an internationally agreed standard and vocabulary, imbues fresh professional credibility to the field of Knowledge Management.
Chris Collison is a bestselling business author, consultant and internationally recognised expert in Knowledge Management.
Paul Corney is a globally recognised KM figure who conducts KM assignments, delivers keynote presentations, runs masterclasses, and is an acclaimed author. countries. Paul is Knowledge & Information Ambassador for CILIP and a member of the BSI KM Standards Committee that helped craft the ISO KM Standards.