Archive for 2009

  • Dec312009
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    KM Certification

    Art Schlussel posted his views on knowledge management (KM) certification in a LinkedIn conversation here: This was my reply:...

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  • Dec192009
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    Food for thought: how do we think about ambiguity?

    Chris Jones recently posted On Semantics: Ambiguity is the Enemy and Steve Barth responded with insights about the benefits of...

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  • Oct312009
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    Bridging KM and D&D

    This morning, Sandy Heierbacher of the National Coalition for Dialogue and Deliberation (NCDD) asked about my views on the...

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  • Sep142009
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    A down side of open access journals

    The latest notable milestone in the open access journal movement is the announcement by Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, MIT, and...

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  • Sep122009
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    Universities and Community Engagement

    My PhD is from Fielding Graduate University, which is well known and respected in some spheres, and largely invisible...

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  • Jun242009
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    From One Idea to Many Experiences

    A friend of my daughter’s–Mimi Law–had an idea: that a group of women metal workers assemble a show. The...

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  • Jun112009
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    Definitions

    A comment in twitter by Luis Suarez got me thinking about the fact that some communities of practice spend...

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  • Mar262009
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    Smart People Magazine

    Those of you in knowledge management circles probably know the work of Jerry Ash. Jerry has left some of...

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  • Mar242009
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    Women in technology

    Along with over a thousand other people, I have pledged to celebrate the first ever Ada Byron Lovelace Day...

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  • Mar192009
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    X-disciplines or lose relevance?

    News and conversations are filled with challenges that cross disciplinary divides: climate change, poverty and effective education to name...

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