Real Life Example

I am involved in Knowledge Management activity and have found that KM is something that doesn’t require processes and pressure to build a good corporate knowledgebase. Infact, I found that it is better if the management has least interference in KM activity is better for organization. Ultimately, we are dealing with people, in Information Technology, and they will give their knowledge just because the process says so or the management wants or culture of company demands…well then forget it.

I did some research and found out several tools to be used for KM but during this I discovered that tool is going to play a small role. It is the Tacit knowledge that has to be captured, which comes through Trust, Transparency and self motivation. I interacted with all the people who were suppose to provide the knowledge and most of them were willing to contribute but once I left the place, it was business as usual. I realized that the things are not very productive, although I got better response from bunch of guys, who made me felt that they are contributing just b’coz I was telling them to do so, thats the reason!!

I really don’t understand the solution to be brought up to get things moving….

3DPLM Completes 8 years

8th Anniversary of 3DPLM

It gives us immense pleasure to share with you that today we have completed another successful year and are celebrating 3DPLM’s 8th anniversary!

During 2009, we crossed the significant milestone of 1000 employees. Your dedication and passion have helped us in creating a differential value to DS. We take this opportunity to acknowledge the contributions made by each one of you in ensuring sustained growth of our organization. On this occasion, we would also like to applaud all our members who have been with us since inception.

On eve of our 8th Anniversary, we are pleased to announce inauguration of new Gymnasium facility on January 22.
Happy exercising!!!

Three cheers for the 3DPLM family & wishing you the very best for the coming year!

Anatomy of a Blog

Now that you know what blogs are and have started reading them, you’ll notice some com- mon elements. Let’s take a quick look at eight of the most common elements of a blog:

1. Title and Tag line

The more obvious your blog’s title, the more quickly readers can figure out your blog’s topic. Sure, a clever title is nice, but if you want to get the right kind of tar-geted traffic to your blog, be obvious. I’d rather see a great blog with a boring, obvious title (and fantastic content) than a clever title that no one can figure out. Also know that you don’t have to have the word “blog” in the title of your blog. Include a tag line under the title to help add a little more clarity and focus to the topic of your blog. When you make your blog available to search engines, remember that your title and tag line should reflect important key words. What terms, queries, and solutions might your customers be looking for that relate to your products and services?

2. Posts

A blog’s entries are called posts. Typically, the most recent posts are displayed on the front page, in re- verse chronological order. As new posts are added, the older ones roll off the front page into the archives. Posts can consist of quick write-ups of helpful links you’ve found online, opinion pieces, long essays, short thoughts—anything goes. There’s no wrong way to write a post, except to be sterile and boring. If I want to be boring, I can go write a press release! Continue reading

What is a Blog

A blog, short for Web log, is often described as an online diary. The most recent entries (called posts) appear on the home page of the blog with links to archives of older posts. Archives are organized by date and can be categorized by topic. Often, each post will have a form for readers to add their own comments and to give opinions or reactions to the post content.  
The real genius in blogs shows itself in how theyare written. Continue reading

How to launch a course in V6 Player

 

In this FAQ, you will see the pre-requisiites and the procedure for launching the course using indexV6.html.

Pre-requisites:

  • Latest Companion Player war should be deployed and its settings should be done.
  • Machine(containing published courses) should have IIS set up done so that published courses can be accessed thru http:// link – for example -http://vidyaplp/publish/
  • You workspace must have the latest CBTShared.edu folder. To do this you must rename the CBTShared.edu folder and reopen the workspace in Studio.

Procedure:

In the published folder, edit the indexV6.html file and set the values for the following two parameters  in this file.

  1. var _v6_player_url = http://hsl32plp.plp.ds:8080/CompanionPlayer. This is the location where Companion Player is deployed
  2. var _courseware_url = http://vidyaplp/publish/PublishedRepository_R20/USMD20. This is the http path of the published course where indexV6.html is located.
  3. Launch the course using indexV6.html file.
  4. Click on appropriate course link to launch the course.