Thank you to Doc Mike Cadogan for making me realise that it was high time to blog.
I will be blogging mainly about corporate value-creation by means of Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning.
KM seems to get lost in the weeds sometimes- or at least wind up being inscrutable to senior execs who have the task of driving a business, not trying to understand what social networking is or why they need a KM strategy.
This shouldn’t be the case because KM can be used to dominate a market niche and demonstrate Intellectual Capital that can inform investors and analysts as to the unique value proposition the company is making.
KM can be a lever that lifts the intangible asset value of a corporation and can be a multiplier when it comes to valuing a company.
That is my story, and by George, I am sticking to it!
Matthew Loxton is the director of Knowledge Management & Change Management at Mincom, and blogs on Knowledge Management. Matthew’s LinkedIn profile is on the web, and has an aggregation website at www.matthewloxton.com
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