"You may think you know knowledge management, but this is new—how knowledge initiatives can incorporate social media, mobile technologies, and learning, for example. This book integrates the new knowledge management with the best of the old, such as communities of practice and measurement. KM still matters, and this book tells you why."
—Thomas H. Davenport, President's Distinguished Professor of IT and Management, Babson College
"Over the last decade, knowledge management has emerged as a key success factor for the modern corporation, driven by tremendous advances in business analytics. This book studies the best practices in knowledge management and how leadership companies are applying them today."
—Virginia M. Rometty, Senior Vice President and Group Executive Sales, Marketing and Strategy, IBM
"APQC has been on the leading edge of knowledge management for almost two decades. O'Dell and Hubert have captured those best practices and created a road map to transform the way people work. Reap the benefits of their experience."
—C. Jackson Grayson, Founder and Chairman, APQC and coauthor of If Only We Knew What We Kno
"The New Edge in Knowledge is a useful how-to manual that takes best practice sharing and organizational capability building to the next level: Web 2.0, social networking, mobility, and communities of practice. National and international examples show how companies can create strategic alignment and systematic management to transfer knowledge rapidly and effectively."
—Rosabeth Moss Kanter, Professor, Harvard Business School, and author of SuperCorp: How Vanguard Companies Create Innovation, Profits, Growth, and Social Good
"What has made our KM program strong is sticking to the fundamentals—that's exactly what this book outlines. It provides trusted advisor guidance on how any company or organization can take the concrete steps to create and implement a world-class KM strategy."
—Dan Ranta, Director of Knowledge Sharing, ConocoPhillips
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