Knowledge-seeking tasks are time-consuming. As humans, we have been telling stories around campfires and in other locales for centuries. In this sense, there has always been knowledge sharing.
In the agricultural and industrial ages, fathers and mothers handed down the secrets and knowledge of their skills and trades to their sons and daughters.
However, there is consensus that a more enduring and reliable success factor in all economies is that a firm’s only advantage is its ability to leverage and utilize its knowledge.
Being the best in a highly competitive business world is no longer good enough. It is necessary to be better than the best. This means that companies can never stop improving.
I’d like you to know that Intelligent companies formulate knowledge management strategies (KMSs) to guide the development of their knowledge management capabilities.
KM is not entirely new. This is much the same in today’s information or post-industrial age. For hundreds of years, we know human beings have been doing KM, although not in the strict theoretical sense of the term.
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While notetaking of the shared and received knowledge can be used for school, work, to-do lists, and much more, none of your notes will do you any good if you can’t find them when you need them!
Organizing your notes can be a challenge, but it’s not impossible to address this gap in KM theory and practice clearly and urgently. There’s a massive market opportunity for offering to organize knowledgeable notes perfectly
Mem, a work-focused app that taps AI to automatically organize notes announced a $23.5 million investment capital infusion. Co-founded by Kevin Moody and Dennis Xu
Mem differentiates itself from traditional note-taking apps by emphasizing lightweight organization.
The workflow revolves around search and a chronological timeline, allowing users to attach topic tags, tag other users and add recurring reminders to notes.
Mem users can capture quick notes, send links and save images from anywhere using SMS, messaging apps, and the platform’s mobile client. Collaboration features let teams share, edit and comment on notes and directly attach them to shared calendars for faster reference.
Mem’s search experience uses AI to search across notes, aiming to understand which notes might be most relevant at a given moment to a particular person.
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