Last March, within a matter of days, COVID-19 was responsible for many members of the US workforce switching from working in-office to working at home. This threat to health and the economy, as well as sudden restrictions for interacting with colleagues, friends, and family members resulted in a surge in anxiety as a nation. To take a closer look at what was working to keep stress levels in check, and maintain positive wellbeing and productivity, we surveyed thirty participants who
By Josh Brown
Now that we have a clear understanding of why your remote organization needs a knowledge management system, let’s go over how to create one in a way that allows you to meet your goals.
Identify Knowledge and Content to Be Created
Your first order of business is to determine what information will actually be included within your KMS.
The reason I teach in general, and why specifically at NCU, is multi-factorial. After decades in the global corporate business arena, I decided to write a doctorate on iatrogenic death, or medical death by errors. We lose a minimum of 250,000 lives each year because of medical error – it’s the third-largest cause of death in the United States according to a Johns Hopkins study.
Chelsea YoungVice President, Academic Engagement
"I know I have that email here somewhere."
"I can't remember what folder I saved that document in."
"Which version of this document has the most recent comments from the group?"
"Can you please send me that document with your comments again?"
"My computer's hard drive just crashed, and I lost everything!"
The question you may be asking yourself is what is Global Analytics? You may already know about the power of analytics and data-driven decisions. But what the process of doing this globally and how has this led to the management of remote teams? My first experience with global analytics was in the early 1990s when I worked as a risk analyst at GE Capital.
As a regionally accredited online university, Northcentral University has the privilege of serving students worldwide. Just as we are interested in learning more about you and your educational and career aspirations, we hope you’ll take the time to get to know us, discover how our programs and services work to reflect our Mission, Vision and Values, and our commitment to excellence in everything we do.