Posts tagged with ‘#KM’

  • Apr212010
    Article

    Adaptive Tensions: Fuel for Innovation

    In the twitter-based group that explores knowledge management topics (#KMers), John Bordeaux made some comments that piqued others’ interest....

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  • Apr212010
    Article

    Respected Leaders’ Work with Boundaries

    I am about to respond to a request from some colleagues to post ideas from recent research. To set...

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  • Mar302010
    Article

    Who’s In & Who’s Out?

    A comment by John Lebkowsky in twitter about democracy standing in line piqued my interest and led me to...

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  • Feb272010
    Article

    Sometimes you just have to write

    Yesterday, I read an article in the Economist that inspired this poem: Twepistemologies with apologies (and credit) to John...

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  • Feb022010
    Article

    Tensions Between Differentiation and Boundary Blurring

    The World Cafe is a lot like the “Blind Men and the Elephant” in that it can be viewed...

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  • Dec312009
    Article

    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
    Article

    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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  • Jan272009
    Article

    Continuity Alchemy

    Good knowledge management efforts often flounder because senior champions move on. I am thinking about what sorts of positions...

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