Building the Knowledge Culture

The Corporate Knowledge Strategist: A Response to Sarbanes-Oxley?

Guy St. Clair

With the up-coming 10th anniversary of Sarbanes-Oxley and related commentary, the role of (and the need for) the knowledge strategist becomes even more clear. While most of us involved in KM, knowledge services, and knowledge strategy development recognize the value of what we do, we’re often asked questions such as: “Why does the company need a knowledge strategy?” or “When students complete a graduate degree in information and knowledge strategy, what kind of work do they do?” The answers are pretty well conveyed in conversations about Sarbanes-Oxley (the U.S. law that establishes the reporting standards for all U.S. public company…
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