Our Advisory Board member Dr David Vaine of Apparently KM PLC has kindly agreed to be interviewed again for Green Chameleon. In this three part broadcast he outlines his company’s new approach to knowledge outsourcing, and explains why it will become a viable alternative to traditional knowledge management programmes.
In part two of his interview, Dr Vaine describes his “people-oriented” approach to identifying knowledge outsourcing opportunities, using a SQUAT Analysis.
In the third and final part of this interview, Dr Vaine outlines his company’s unique approach to Six Stigma as a quality priented approach to identifying knowledge outsourcing opportunities.
Dr Vaine would like to acknowledge suggestions and ideas contributed by Graham Durant-Law and David Snowden in developing Apparently KM’s knowledge outsourcing approach. The views expressed in this video interview are those of Apparently KM, and Green Chameleon will not be held responsible for any damage, injury or loss arising from following the suggestions outlined therein.
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