The KM Cookbook

The KM Cookbook will inspire leaders, knowledge managers, and policy professionals to respond to the standard in a way that reflects their unique context and delivers maximum impact.

When it comes to knowledge management (KM), much has been written, much has been presented, and much has been tried by tens of thousands of practitioners, in-company specialists, external consultants, and hybrid HR, OD, and IT professionals. And though KM has survived accusations of being just another management fad, it has never had an agreed set of tools, a commercial accreditation, or a standard. In fact, attending a KM conference can be a bit like visiting an international street food market.

So, is KM ready to move from being a movement to establishing itself as a recognized cuisine? The answer, persuasively demonstrated in this new book, is a resounding yes!

Newly released, the ISO standard (30401) shines fresh light on the field of knowledge management, imbuing it with long-awaited credibility and consistency. Here, the authors present a menu of success stories and strategies for organizations preparing to adopt ISO 30401. The KM Cookbook will inspire leaders, knowledge managers, and policy professionals to respond to the standard in a way that reflects their unique context and delivers maximum impact.

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