What effect will the new categorisation of risk have?
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If organisations want to improve lessons learned, do they need to unlearn what they know today?
Do you have a distributed leadership model?
Do you work to identify duplication of effort?
How does this relate to KM?
Is this a wrong decision based on the evidence?
What knowledge skills and experience would you need, or have access to, to predict the following event?
Do you talk about values and what do they mean to the people in your organisation?
Can Knowledge Management unlearn to improve the value of Lessons Learned?
Can these figures be used to improve the predictions of user behaviour?
What if it were less about defining the problem, even less about the answers, and more about skillfully creating and contributing to an environment where conversations can flourish?
Are we having the conversation(s) we need to be having right now?
My answer, what is driving you to improve knowledge sharing in the first place?
But what steps must be taken to encourage knowledge transfer?
What does this mean for organizations?
The interviewer went on to challenge whether the government had made mistakes and with hindsight would they have brought these companies earlier?
Are we having those conversations in the way we need to be having them?
How much collaboration can be expected?
What processes do you rely on in order to detect failure early enough to limit its effects?
So, how would you address the challenge?
So, what’s the best way to institute sustainable knowledge transfer in an environment in which change is constant?