Overcoming the knowledge overflow: KM and learning

Posted by Shira Fernaldes Karni on August 22, 2019.

This is the era of knowledge. In today’s world, while knowledge doubles itself approximately every 12 hours, knowledge half-life is rapidly getting shorter and shorter. Evidently, this new reality yields a constant need for learning and refreshing one’s knowledge on a regular basis. In this article, I will elaborate on the risks and challenges organizations face due to the inescapable changes in knowledge. In addition, I will initiate the discussion on how a joint KM-Learning approach can provide organizations with a solution that enables competitive advantage rather than risks mitigation.

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Can L&D drink its own champagne?

Posted by Julie Hiipakka on June 13, 2019.

As organizations adapt to the fact that disruption is the new normal, reskilling the workforce is a top priority: 84 percent of participants in Deloitte’s 2019 Global Human Capital Trends research reported plans to increase their reskilling programs budget,1 while 54 percent of those surveyed by the World Economic Forum said they expect to reskill or upskill their workforce in the next three years.2 Team members in learning and development (L&D) are not immune from this trend. If anything, they must reskill more effectively to help the rest of the organization do so as well. But as the L&D function helps the rest of the organization incorporate learning in the flow of work, can they drink their own champagne3?

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