Knowledge Management

Data can offer managers a wealth of information but processing overwhelming amounts can get in the way of achieving high-quality decisions. GE’s Corporate Executive Council (CEC) is an example of how one company put a knowledge management system in place to help executives cut through the noise, share information, and improve their decision-making.

While information overload or needing knowledge from people in other parts of the company for decision-making can handicap managers, putting in place knowledge management systems can facilitate better, more informed decisions.

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The traditional definition for knowledge management is identifying, capturing, evaluating, retrieving, and sharing all of an enterprise's information assets.

To understand knowledge management we must first define the term knowledge and its importance in the workplace.

Bigger is not always better.  Spending big on acquiring the latest state of the art technologies might contribute to a superior environment well suited for dealing with large volumes of data.  And yes, Bigger Data and Technologies do provide scope for richer analytics.

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