Knowledge Management does not always need to be digital. Sometimes analogue solutions work just as well.
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I used something similar in BP Norway, when I was running a KM system for a department of about 100 people, all located on the same floor of the office building. On this floor, right by the elevators and opposite the management offices, was a coffee machine that everyone visited every day, Next to the coffee machine was a noticeboard, and I managed to get a section of this board dedicated to knowledge management.
I placed new knowledge and new lessons learned on this board, which became a place where people would gather, drink their coffee, browse the notices, and chat.
Because it was a focal place in the office, and because it was associated with coffee-fueled moments of reflection, it was the perfect place to put KM-related announcements, and new knowledge for people to contemplate and discuss.
If you work in a small co-located organisation, then maybe there is a similar place in your office which would be a natural analogue site for displaying new knowledge.