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APQC CEO Carla O'Dell spoke with Cal Newport as part of the "Big Thinkers, Big Ideas" interview series. The bestselling author of Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World, Newport is an assistant professor at George Washington University and the author of numerous bestselling titles. He spoke with O'Dell about "deep work" and the need to balance collaboration with private space to focus in the face of many distractors.

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APQC research has shown that one of the biggest mistakes that KM programs make is not identifying and systematically addressing the obstacles that block employees from contributing, accessing, and reusing knowledge. The research has found the first step in developing an effective KM change management strategy is recognizing those barriers. In 2013, APQC partnered with its KM advanced workshop to identify ten barriers to enterprise knowledge sharing. Over a series of KM podcasts, all ten of these barriers will be addressed. On this podcast, APQC executive director Cindy Hubert and KM research program manager Lauren Trees address the barrier of distance

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APQC research has shown that one of the biggest mistakes that KM programs make is not identifying and systematically addressing the obstacles that block employees from contributing, accessing, and reusing knowledge. The research has found the first step in developing an effective KM change management strategy is recognizing those barriers. In 2013, APQC partnered with its KM advanced workshop to identify ten barriers to enterprise knowledge sharing. Over a series of KM podcasts, all ten of these barriers will be addressed. On this podcast, APQC executive director Cindy Hubert and KM research program manager Lauren Trees address the barrier of culture.

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APQC research has shown that one of the biggest mistakes that KM programs make is not identifying and systematically addressing the obstacles that block employees from contributing, accessing, and reusing knowledge. The research has found the first step in developing an effective KM change management strategy is recognizing those barriers. In 2013, APQC partnered with its KM advanced workshop to identify ten barriers to enterprise knowledge sharing. Over a series of KM podcasts, all ten of these barriers will be addressed. On this podcast, APQC executive director Cindy Hubert and KM research program manager Lauren Trees address the barrier of sponsorship.

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Organizations have masses of knowledge associated with their business processes. Some of this comes in the form of documents—everything from standard operating procedures and training materials to tips and lessons learned from past project teams—but other knowledge exists only in the heads of employees who design, own, and execute the processes every day.

On June 29, 2016, APQC’s Lauren Trees and Holly Lyke-Ho-Gland conducted a webinar on how to tie knowledge to process and follow-on Q&A podcast on the role of knowledge in process management. This podcast addresses some of the questions posed during the webinar.

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APQC CEO Dr. Carla O'Dell interviewed Ed Hoffman, Chief Knowledge Officer at NASA. Their conversation took unexpected turns: it ranged from why fear is needed if you want big change to what a CKO does in NASA (and how to discover the critical 5% of knowledge that matters) to what happens when the cowboy culture of Elon Musk’s SpaceX collides with a perfectionist culture like NASA’s.



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