Information and Knowledge Strategy News
Christopher Gilchrist: CDL’s e-Mentorship Program is a “Chance to Be a Productive Data Point for Others”
“There is a weighing importance for SPS alumni to support those that come after us,” says Christopher.
Tech Can’t Replace Learning, Unlearning, and the Strategic Deployment of Intangibles; Only People Can
The former Submarine Officer draws upon practices in the U.S. Navy to teach IKNS students the value of knowledge sharing.
The Future of Work: Culture, Collaboration and Other ‘Intangibles’
A July 22 Information & Knowledge Strategy Proseminar spotlights culture-building at software company ServiceNow.
The Power of Being Together
Our first virtual IKNS Open House and Cohort Reunion celebrated life and the value of lifelong friendships among classmates.
Working Together While Working Apart
As your team transitions to remote working, use these tips to make work better together.
“Economic growth springs from better recipes, not just from more cooking:” New IKNS Cohort Starts Spring Term Exploring the Intangibles Shaping the Future of Work
The course was designed to address data and analyses pointing to a massive shift in the nature, scale, and modality of work.
7 Signs Your Organization is NOT Ready for the Future of Work
Everyone is talking about the future of work. But is your organization ready for it? Rate your organization on these signs.
Dr. Ed Hoffman: The Future of Work Depends on Intangibles, Machines, and Cultures of Excellence
Dr. Ed Hoffman created a research and design initiative to understand what makes today’s organizations successful.
Five Ways to Successfully Manage a Project
Successful project managers assess situations face-to-face through hands-on engagement and communication.
IKNS Academy | Distinguished Speaker Series: The Bionic Company
Dr. Edward Hoffman interviewed Dr. John Sviokla, PwC Principal, on his innovative perspective on this topic.