Friday, 3 September 2010
I hear from Shell, via Linked-In, that "We will be including Knowledge Management requirements in our ITTs for all our contractors".
So to get a contract with Shell, you need to be able to demonstrate KM.
Now we see market forces starting to drive the adoption of KM. It is no longer a nice-to-have - it is becoming a pre-requisite for doing business. As more companies take Shell's lead, KM will be driven deeper and deeper into the layers of contractors and subcontractors.
At last, KM is becoming a requirement.
Posted by Nick Milton at 18:31