Seven steps: Build your knowledge management system with a wiki

The establishment and operation of a central knowledge base for a company is best achieved with a practical and user-oriented basic concept. You can follow proven best practices during the introduction. There are steps on the way to a successful wiki.

In this webinar, which lasts about one hour, we’ll talk shop: We explain the most important questions and steps in setting up a wiki. And of course, there will be time for your questions. We will also be happy to provide you with a video recording of this webinar afterward.

Content

  • The IMOT approach: content, people, organization, technology
  • Planning and selecting the right software
  • Install, integrate and migrate
  • Capturing knowledge
  • Qualifying and structuring knowledge
  • Categories, tags, semantics and the metadata
  • Keeping knowledge up to date, extending and developing it
  • Document control and resubmission mechanism
  • Archiving and deleting knowledge
  • Q&A session
Speaker
Speaker
Dr. Richard Heigl

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