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KM Functionality from SPS 2003

  Asked By: Pauline    Date: Oct 08    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 569

How far does SPS 2003 reaches to serve different functionality and
features/requirements warranted by a typical Knowledge Management
System?

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Answer #1    Answered By: Alycia Everett     Answered On: Oct 08

> Before going any further, I think you need to define exactly what you mean
by "functionality and features/requirements warranted by a typical Knowledge
Management System". When this is clear, it becomes possible to answer your
question.

However, SPS 2003 offers a document management system with a few "bells and
whistles" to make it a reasonably attractive alternative to systems which
define themselves as KMS. Other people may disagree and I invite comment.

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Kaila Hahn     Answered On: Oct 08

For example (perhaps).....

- How easy is it to 'discover' contributions within SharePoint, rather than
'find' via metadata attributes?
- What might make up the knowledge set for a subject: documents, web links,
notes, comments, narratives, hard copy assets, quotations, citations, users,
experts, ideas, opinions, clues, hunches, decision logic etc.
- How far does it go to capture tacit knowledge and published staff experiences
and skills?
- How far is collaboration and subsequent innovation facilitated?

Some of my further thoughts via http://www.mintsolutions.co.uk/pages.asp?p=42

 
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