The Diva is a subscriber of KM World, a knowledge management newsletter which I think is still free. The current issue is titled Looking into the Future: 2021 Insight and can be downloaded at no charge. This current issue contains several interesting articles, including “Knowledge Management in the Remote Work Era” and “The Enterprise of the Future.”
From HSNW, this report by NIST on Better Earthquake Recovery. ” For the last century, seismic building codes and practices have primarily focused on saving lives by reducing the likelihood of significant damage or structural collapse. Recovery of critical functions provided by buildings and infrastructure have received less attention, however. As a result, many remain vulnerable to being knocked out of service by an earthquake for months, years or for good. A new report outlines seven recommendations that, if acted upon, may greatly improve the resilience of communities across the nation.”
The November 2018 was the costliest disaster worldwide in 2018 and, having caused 85 deaths and destroyed more than 18,000 buildings, it became both the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California’s history, two records the fire still holds today. What made the Camp Fire so devastating? And what lessons can we learn to prevent another disaster of this scale?