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5 Knowledge-Management Mistakes That Can Throw Your Team for a Loop

If you want to help your employees and colleagues communicate effectively, take a look at how your shared information is stored.

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In times of deep uncertainty for the business world such as these, knowledge management takes on a new kind of importance. As offices close, open and close again, companies need a centralized location to store their content and information effectively. Carefully designed systems of knowledge management are more necessary than ever, and yet most businesses still have yet to establish one.

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Without a knowledge-management system in place, your company’s messaging and policies will likely be conflicting, muddled, and ineffective. With the average cost of PR crises these days hovering at around 15 percent of current stock value, you can’t afford to be anything except for clear and consistent. As you look for ways to lock down your company’s content, make sure to avoid these common pitfalls along the way.

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