Managing Thinking, Managing Knowledge

On March 2, 2011, Pakistan’s Minister for Minority Affairs, Shahbaz Bhatti was assassinated.  Like others before him (including Benazir Bhutto), he was killed for standing up for the right of

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What is “the singularity?” It’s basically the Terminator movie in practice.  The singularity predicts that there is a point where computers become so intelligent that they are able to self

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In cycling, the time trial is also known as the race of truth.  It is the only time in cycling (triathlons excluded as that’s not real cycling…) where you are

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I ran across this quite interesting and comprehensive e2.0 diagram and thought I’d share.  I like how it’s organized with Actors, Technologies and Methods as part of the engine behind

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I like pictures.  CIPD published a paper that was honestly quite annoying, but contained a couple of little gems.  I was annoyed because the paper was entitled Web 2.0 and

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We all have them in our organizations.  These wonderful islands of preserved knowledge: databases of content that have been donated over time for consumption by the broader corporate population.  Once

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When it comes to innovation, the myth of the lone genius dies hard. Most companies continue to assume that innovation comes from that individual genius, or, at best, small, sequestered

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Knowledge management was all the rage a decade ago.  People realized the need to maintain institutional and intellectual capital as employees filtered into an organization, created new knowledge, and then

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With rapid changes in technology, the business environment, and the dynamic nature of knowledge usability in the modern world, managing one’s career becomes increasingly difficult. Necessity dictates that employees not

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In 1995, two young U.S. Army officers who had been friends at West Point found themselves living down the street from each other at a base near Honolulu.  Nate Allen

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The Conference Board of Canada did an interview with Dave Ulrich where he stated “the 21st century will belong to human resources and to organizational capabilities.” ((Thanks to Romain of

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Gautam turned me onto this blog. So… What IS up with HR and Knowledge Management? I don’t hesitate to wonder about HR’s motivation when it comes to KM. Truly, when

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Actually, I just like validation, especially when it comes within a week of my posts. This Brittish article hilights some of the salient points I’ve been making over the last

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