Clean up the noise in your world with better knowledge management.
If you’ve been overwhelmed by data and information, you’ve come to the right place. If you’ve never been overwhelmed by data… Well, then, this series is probably not for you. But stick around, because we’ve got a lot of ground to cover.
What is Knowledge Relationship Management? What does this have to do with me? Why do I need to care? How can I leverage this in my professional life, personal life, and beyond?
These are the kinds of questions we at Weavit ask every single day, and we want to tackle them with our target users. Often, conversations about Knowledge Management, Information Technology, and Big Data are relegated to industry, to people who already know and speak the language of Knowledge Management. But with this series of articles, we hope to be changing that.
At Weavit, we’re going to delve into a topic that is revolutionizing the way we interact with our digital and physical worlds. In the next few articles, we’ll cover the basics of Knowledge Relationship Management (KRM), what the implications are, and how you could potentially begin using it to make your life better and simpler.
In times of COVID, when most of the information we consume has been online, knowledge has the potential for significant gains or losses. Still, COVID’s impact and our adaptation are in for the long-term.
For salespeople, entrepreneurs, business developers and the like, the constant organizing, curating and communicating information result in depleting our energy. With the limitations of our systems, we are left to spend time and money (which we don’t always have at our disposal) to make our processes and what we know more efficient and actionable.
With Knowledge Relationship Management, the more we form connections across information, the more we build systems for knowledge that are more intuitive and more human.
KM, KRM, CRM… these terms may either be new to you, overused or not fully understood. The following series of articles are here to provide you with a valuable understanding of what tools are being used in the space of personal information management.
Intelligence is a term that gets thrown around, but once you understand it, we believe that you can leverage it for yourself, your work, your teams, and your own networks.
What are some of the ways you manage your data? When’s the last time you needed to surface something but couldn’t connect the dots? Share with us in the comments below!