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MAY 29, 2006 Knowledge-at-work: The essence of KM?
a recent spurt of posts on the act-km list, has respondents trying to define knowledge management in a single sentence that can be grasped by a 13 year old - quite a task. i've been intrigued by the number of respondents who have
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REFLEXIONS Steve Barth | Reflexions: I Madonnari in Santa Barbara
| MONDAY, MAY 29, 2006
Every year in Santa Barbara during the Memorial Day weekend, the Santa Barbara Mission is the site of I Madonnari, a festival of European-style street painting. This year was the 20th anniversary of the event, originally the first MORE >>
- Leveraging Organizational Knowledge: Business Intelligence for simulating the future
chris caren (microsoft's general manager of office business applications) had recently this to say about business intelligence: the latest three trends are: 1. bi products are usually considered as too hard for everyone to use and too MORE >>
- Book trumps blogging | Information Wants To Be Free
my book is due in just over a month. this is a fact that is causing me a fair amount of anxiety. know i'll get it done in time, but will it be good? don't know. roy tennant, trying to be nice and give me advice a while back MORE >>
COMMUNICATION NATION Communication Nation: Graph of a typical business meeting
| SUNDAY, MAY 28, 2006
Graph of a typical business meeting, originally uploaded by dgray_xplane. Cllick here to read more notes and commentary, and to add your own MORE >>
REFLEXIONS Steve Barth | Reflexions: Hearing important voices online
| THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 2006
digital maoism: the hazards of the new online collectivism: is a brilliant and important essay by jaron lanier published last month in edge the third culture MORE >>
- actkm: actKM Monthly Meeting 6 June ACTKM | TUESDAY, MAY 30, 2006
- The Real HCM Maturity Model TONY KARRER | WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 2006
- Communication Nation: Location COMMUNICATION NATION | THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 2006
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