When KM Meets OD

Jim Murphy has a new question at the Mass Bay OD Learning Community Blog: What can organizational development practitioners learn from Knowledge Management?

(The NJ OD Learning Community addressed a similar question a couple years ago when Stephan Kudyba of NJIT spoke on the strategic implications of KM.)

Murphy's question arose from a presentation given by Bruce Hoppe and Patti Anklam to the Mass Bay OD Group, where they identified several challenges...

- Change management
- Talent management
- Learning organization
- Collaboration

...that not only face knowledge management practitioners, but organization development practitioners as well.

You can view their presentation here.

Posted by Terrence Seamon, 09/23/06

Comments

Gautam Ghosh said…
Hi Terrance

We had some thoughts here and here on the same topic.

remember?

:-D
Terrence said…
Yes I do, GG. There is a sense of deja vu, but that's OK. Some business issues (like KM) are too big to expect that they will be easily or quickly solved.

Good to hear from you!

Terry

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