Author(s): Hélène Russell , Cyndi Murphy , Dr Mona Alhefdhi , Raymond Olayinka , Sara Traynor , Dr Randhir Reghunath Pushpa , Clare Harman Clark , Caroline White-Robinson , Dr Vincent Ribiere
Publication date: Jun 2019
Innovation is arguably an integral part of the knowledge management function and KM practice - as a popular “buzzword” over the past few years, and in the fast changing business world of today, it has become the mainstay of professional service organizations. The complexity of innovation increases with the growth in knowledge available to organizations, and with this comes the need to determine its place in business. Tomorrow’s KM: Innovation, best practice and the future of knowledge management focuses on the relationship between innovation and KM, elaborating on the role of KM as the facilitator and enabler of change. Consisting of in-depth case studies and insight from experts within varied fields, this book offers some contextual trendspotting and a general overview of the market. In order to “innovate”, one needs to know what it actually means. What is innovation and how does it relate to KM? Where does it start and end within the organization? How do you find out what you need to know in order to innovate?