Category Archives: Knowledge Management

Entries related to the concept of knowledge management.

What makes a great boss?

Here is another very interesting article that I read on the subject o f being a great leader: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/9-hidden-qualities-only-exceptional-bosses-possess-jeff-haden?trk=pulse-det-nav_art The author hits some very key points. A lot of it goes back to trust and credibility. As a boss/manager/leader, what is … Continue reading

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Relax.

We’ve all been there – both as the sayer and as the receiver. You are stressed out over something and someone says “Relax”. How does that make you feel? Why do we respond to that word that way? Brian De … Continue reading

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The Importance of Culture

Those who know me will not be surprised when I say that culture is everything. Culture effects every aspect of our lives, both personal and business. And it crosses those boundaries. Here is an interesting article to demonstrate: http://www.computerworld.com/article/2851974/microsoft-study-finds-everybody-wants-devops-but-culture-is-a-challenge.html

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Create an InfoPath form to collect specific information for a custom task

In this blog, I will show how to create an InfoPath form that is used by a sequential workflow to capture data as a task to an end user. The workflow we are creating is kicked off OnCreate on a … Continue reading

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Pull data from a user’s My Site in SharePoint

In a SharePoint that I support, we have custom properties in the My Sites that represent key knowledge areas that have been identified as significant to the Command. The knowledge areas were identified using a taxonomy creating a hierarchy. For … Continue reading

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