Posts tagged with ‘knowledge management’

  • 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
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    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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  • Feb022010
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    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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  • 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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  • Jan272009
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    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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  • Jan262009
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    Horizontal & Vertical Collide

    As I was fine-tuning my dissertation about how respected leaders work in horizontal, boundary spanning environments, I read a...

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  • Jan252009
    Article

    The Scope of a Blog

    I hear colleagues talk about the importance of scope decisions in a blog. Some create separate blogs–or separate twitter identities–for...

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