Today I have published the first episode of a little video series on my Youtube channel. Under the title Simply explained, Paolo Ravalli, who is responsible for the graphic realization, and I will explain in the coming months core terms and concepts around knowledge management in a concise and simple form.
In the first episode we answer the question: What is knowledge?
Enjoy watching (duration 3’01 min)!
Ideas and suggestions for further topics to be treated? Then please write me an email!
And not to forget: All videos are published under Creative Commons and may therefore be used freely, integrated into own learning platforms etc. But of course we are happy if you mention the source.
In one of my university courses the students are asked to produce a short video on a core concept of knowledge management. Alisa Ruths chose the SECI model and created a wonderful video explanation…which was retrieved on the internet by a huge international company that now wants to use it for their internal KM training. To this purpose Alisa created an English version of her video which I proudly present here:
Und schon geht unsere kleine Serie zur ISO 30401 Knowledge Management Systems – Requirements zu Ende. In Folge 4 geht es nun um die konkreten Anforderungen an ein Wissensmanagement-System (Dauer: 4’54 Min):
In Folge 3 der kleinen Serie rund um die neue internationale Norm ISO30401 Knowledge Management Systems – Requirements geht es um die Leitprinzipien, auf die sich die Norm ihren Anforderungen beruft (Dauer 4 Min):
In der nächsten und auch schon letzten Folge wird es dann schließlich um die eigentlichen Normanforderungen an ein Wissensmanagement-System gehen. Bleiben Sie also dabei!
I am very proud about some numbers sent to me today: The article The impact of information technology on knowledge creation: An affordance approach to social media, which I wrote in 2014 together with Prof. Heinz-Theo Wagner and Dr. David Wagner and which was published in the Journal of Enterprise Information Management, has been downloaded over 5000 times and received over 100 citations in various scientific publications.