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Open Knowledge vs Knowledge Management

In many ways, Open Knowledge is just a subset of Knowledge Management -- both focus on knowledge sharing and maximizing uptake of knowledge.
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Abby Clobridge

Abby Clobridge is the founder of FireOak Strategies. She works with clients around the world to enhance how organizations manage, secure, and share their knowledge. You can reach Abby at [email protected].

In many ways, Open Knowledge is just a subset of Knowledge Management. While KM often focuses on internal knowledge sharing, it doesn’t have to exclude externally-focused knowledge sharing, uptake, and re-use.

In the March/April 2016 issue of Online Searcher, Abby Clobridge (Founder & Consultant at FireOak Strategies) looks at 5 areas where Open Knowledge and Knowledge Management intersect and diverge: 

  • Technical Infrastructure
  • Security and Privacy
  • Metadata
  • Metrics
  • Culture and Culture Change

Read the full article from Online Searcher:

Open Knowledge vs. Knowledge Management


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