Demystifying Knowledge Management
Knowledge management is a concept which has been used in many different ways. The KM.gov Web site defines it as a “discipline dedicated to more intentional means of people creating and sharing knowledge—data, information, and understanding in a social context—to perform the right organizational or business actions.” Join panelists from a variety of agencies and from FLICC's Content Management Working Group for a discussion of the broad view of knowledge management and attempts to integrate or relate the various perspectives in use by federal knowledge managers.
Ken Nero, Chief, Library Section, National Labor Relations Board
John André, Knowledge Manager, Office of Knowledge Management, General Services Administration
Janet Scheitle, Command Librarian, Army Training and Documentation Command
Alex Bennet, Deputy Chief Information Officer, Department of the Navy
Last Updated: 01/11/2012