In early 2020, Knoco undertook a third global “state of the art” survey of Knowledge Management. The results give a snapshot of the state of pre-covid KM, and comparison with previous surveys allows trends to be identified. Nick Milton, the director of Knoco Ltd has a fascinating insight into the survey results. He pinpointed outcomes that would give powerful arguments to KM professionals who need to persuade their leadership team and colleagues to take the subject seriously and allocate appropriate resources. In particular, the survey results show that knowledge management has become more relevant after the shocks and changes caused by the pandemic. The discussion following his fascinating talk focused on how we could use the new ideas generated for our own work situations.
Nick Milton is director and co-founder of Knoco Ltd (https://www.knoco.com) with over 25 years experience in Knowledge Management.
Working with Knoco Ltd, Nick has helped develop and deliver KM strategies, implementation plans and services in a wide range of different organizations around the globe. He has a particular interest in ‘Lessons Learned Programs’, and has managed major ‘lessons capture programs’, particularly in the area of mergers and acquisitions, and high technology engineering.
Prior to founding Knoco, Nick spent two years at the centre of the team that made BP the leading KM company in the world at the time; acting as the team Knowledge Manager, developing and implementing BP’s knowledge of ‘how to manage knowledge’, and coordinating the BP KM Community of Practice.
Nick is a widely recognized coach and trainer, and has given keynote speeches at most of the leading international Knowledge Management conferences, such as KM World, KM Europe, KMUK, KM Russia, KM Egypt, IAPG Argentina, IKM Jakarta, KM Singapore and KM Brazil. In 2007 he was awarded ‘Lecturer of the year’ from Chalmers University. He was a member of the international working group which developed ISO 30401, the management systems standard for KM.
Nick blogs most days (www.nickmilton.com) and can be found on Twitter @nickknoco. He is based in the UK, near the city of Bath.
Time and Venue
27 May, 2pm Zoom on line meeting
Slides for this seminar are in the Website Document Store. You need a member’s password. (Search with: May 2021)
There is a Blog for this month on the website. It is an excellent report and has been written by Committee Member, Carlin Parry, and this report can also be found Here
You can find a copy of the survey’s mentioned in the seminar at Nick Milton’s website: www.nickmilton.com
Nick is the author/co-author of the following books:
- The Knowledge Manager’s handbook;
- Designing a Successful KM Strategy;
- The Lessons Learned handbook;
- Knowledge Management for Teams and Projects;
- Knowledge Management for Sales and Marketing, and
- Performance through Learning – knowledge management in practice.