Jed Cawthorne has written a very interesting article on how Microsoft has followed through with its promises to increase the rate of releases in order to support Knowledge Management in the...
The well known magazine, KMWorld, has published its list of 100 Companies that matter in Knowledge Management for 2016. This list is published annually and the companies that appear in it have been changing over the years, depending on the progress of each of them.
As KMWorld itself says, “As the definition of knowledge management has changed over the years, so too has the list”, implying that in that group of companies there are both companies already recognized and that have been awarded more times with a position in the ranking, as companies that appear for the first time and that must be taken into account since they present the present and the future of Knowledge Management.
Some of the companies that appear in this list are, for example: IBM, Lexmark, Microsoft, Oracle, SDL or VirtualWorks.
You can see the full list in KMWorld’s website clicking the following link: http://www.kmworld.com/Articles/Editorial/Features/KMWorld-100-COMPANIES-That-Matter-in-Knowledge-Management-109344.aspx