A few clients recently asked us for more details on the roles and responsibilities of the KCS Council. There is good general guidance in the KCS v6 Practices Guide and […]
We’ve updated KCS in Five Minutes for KCS v6! In 2010, I learned about Pecha Kucha. Pecha Kucha is a Japanese storytelling approach that displays 20 slides, each for exactly […]
Some KCS articles directly answer a question or solve a problem—they’re resolutions. Other articles are simply helpful—they’re references. You should close most of your cases (or tickets or incidents) with resolutions.
Coaching is a critical enabler for KCS, and a robust licensing model is an essential means to insure knowledge quality. The KCS Practices Guide, the KCS Adoption Guide, and in […]
The Consortium for Service Innovation released its Knowledge Domain Expert guide for members. Also, Jennifer and I are now certified to facilitate the associated KDA Workshop. We’re extremely excited about […]
Should we approach KCS in a more positive way? For me, personally, the answer is yes. Service and support people thrive on finding problems and fixing them. That’s how we’re […]
Essentially every job in our economy has changed overnight. Each of our situations is different. But from talking with clients and extrapolating from current state, here are some common themes.
We’re covering a big topic, so this is a longer post than usual. TL;DR: Apply KCS principles to Content Management, too. We’ve written before about the differences between KM and […]
Are you interested about all the recent talk around Knowledge-Centered Service (KCS) v6 Certification? We thought it might be helpful to answer some common questions and provide some resources. What […]
The Consortium for Service Innovation just published a new KCS case study we wrote highlighting the success of Extreme Networks in implementing KM, self-service, and communities. I encourage you to […]