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Since its establishment a little over two-and-a-half years ago, RealKM Magazine has cemented a vital role in the international KM landscape, becoming a key go-to resource for KM practitioners and the managers and leaders of organisations.
This infographic highlights our growing value to the KM and broader organisational management communities:
Our more than 700 articles includes:
Special series, including
- KM standard — ISO 30401 knowledge management systems
- Thinking is hard from Buster Benson
- Change hacks from Lena Ross
- Taking knowledge management to the next level from Amanda Surrey
- Systems thinking and modelling from Scott Fortmann-Roe and Gene Bellinger
- Stakeholder and community engagement
- Quality of science and science communication
- KM in small and medium enterprises
- KM in the construction industry
- Agile decision-making
Feature articles on thought-provoking topics, for example:
- Implementing KM standard ISO 30401: risks and opportunities
- KM standard controversy: lessons from the environment sector in regard to open, inclusive, participatory processes
- The disastrous effects of opinion-based decisions, and how knowledge management can be better evidence-based
- US indicts Russians for fake news “information warfare”: can knowledge management help the fight?
- Improving knowledge management in the United Nations System
- Appropriate consideration of cultural differences in knowledge management
- MESH international knowledge management system for teachers
- Actionable knowledge for climate progress
- What YOU can do about fake news
- Is “nudge management” the new scientific management approach?
- Editorial: Do lobby groups and political parties stage fake front group campaigns?
- False news might not be fake news, but the Washington Post still has a problem
- How the media is going to be, and has been, Trumped
- Libraries as innovation incubators
- Open access trends in 2017: the good, the bad, and the irony
- Many knowledge management researchers aren’t practicing what the profession preaches
- Are the claims of “psycho automation” in regard to Qantas flight QF72 justified?
Articles discussing the findings of recent KM research, with a few examples from the many being:
- How open plan offices strangle collaboration
- What does knowledge management mean for the future of libraries and librarians?
- New report explores the skills of the future
- How sharing knowledge can help your career
- How best to communicate in diverse teams
- Challenges and practices for effective knowledge transfer in globally distributed teams
- Paper explores the movement of knowledge throughout the EU
- Best practices for implementing a knowledge management system in small and medium enterprises (SMEs)
- Does introversion hinder tacit knowledge sharing?
- How structured information can diminish creativity
- How can knowledge management be better applied in academic libraries?
- The future of knowledge management research
- How employees leaving can help us to innovate
- Is the use of social network sites in the workplace really a negative?
- Can a business excellence framework shape knowledge management and contribute to innovation performance?
- The potential for strengths-based performance conversations in HR management
- Are team building events great or awful?
Our most popular article, David Williams’ “Components of a knowledge management system”, has now been viewed more than 13,000 times.
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