Entries filed under 'Knowledge Management'

    IMAGINE THAT

    December 12, 2016 10:54 AM| Posted in Knowledge Management | by Laurence Nelson, Director, Education and Training, Georgia Division of Family and Children Services
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    At APHSA, we understand why knowledge management is important to the success of any organization. It's become a hot topic for us as we continue to look critically at how we’re both managing and mobilizing knowledge with and for our members. Here on our blog, we introduced "Getting with" KM2 - Managing and Mobilizing Knowledge and then more recently, The "Why" Behind the "What" in Knowledge Management. Now we're continuing the conversation with another insightful piece out of Georgia's Division of Family and Children Services. Imagine that...

    THE “WHY” BEHIND THE “WHAT” IN KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT

    November 30, 2016 6:02 PM| Posted in Knowledge Management | by Lee Biggar, Director of Knowledge Management, Georgia Division of Family and Children Services
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    As first responders, front-line child protective service professionals must be equipped with knowledge, tools, and supports to effectively identify safety threats to children and, when identified, take action to mitigate those threats. Simply put, lives may hang in the balance...

    “GETTING WITH” KM2 – MANAGING AND MOBILIZING KNOWLEDGE

    September 30, 2016 7:31 PM| Posted in Knowledge Management | by Christine Tappan, Director of Strategic Management, APHSA
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    Managing data, information, knowledge, and learning in health and human service (HHS) organizations is a complex endeavor that can either accelerate or inhibit goals toward integration, innovation, and sustainable outcomes.