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PKM and the Organization - Pollard

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In search of a better way to live and make a living, and a better understanding of how the world really works. I n North America at least, Knowledge Management (KM) budgets are under constant siege, KM leaders salaries and department headcounts have been cut back, the Knowledge Director role has been relegated to a subordinate back-office role, and many CEOs are searching for ways to outsource the function entirely. Automatic peer-to-peer publishing and subscription.

How to Save the World

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In search of a better way to live and make a living, and a better understanding of how the world really works. A fter Nancy White pointed me to Chris Lotts articles on Northern Voice, and on love, and Chris replied to my Tuesday post on how easily we unintentionally hurt each other through our actions, I did a bit more research on Chris work and discovered the remarkable chart above on Information Fluency. This ability to integrate is social fluency. SEARCH BLOG.

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Personal Knowledge Management - Pollard

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Since I havent written about this in awhile I thought Id bring you up to date on whats happening in this space, and some of the discussions I have had with others on the subject. Id been asked to investigate a leveling-off of use of the firms award-winning centralized knowledge resources, and decided to do the research through personal interviews with non-users , rather than the usual user surveys. Was there too much content to wade through? How to Save the World.

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How to Save the World - PKM An Update

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Since I havent written about this in awhile I thought Id bring you up to date on whats happening in this space, and some of the discussions I have had with others on the subject. Id been asked to investigate a leveling-off of use of the firms award-winning centralized knowledge resources, and decided to do the research through personal interviews with non-users , rather than the usual user surveys. Was there too much content to wade through? How to Save the World.

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