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June 30, 2004

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» On Personal KM and Knowledge Work Models from Das E-Business Weblog
Thomas Collins has written up an interesting post, building up on my recent article "Knowledge Management does not exist. Personal Knowledge Management does." and connecting it with Denham Greys seemingly... [Read More]

» Value of KM Models from Knowledge Aforethought
Thanks to Martin Roell over at Das E-Business Blog for his encouraging comments on my preliminary "End-to-End KM" model shown in my previous post. It was especially helpful to see how he displayed and compared my diagram with the very different, but re... [Read More]

» KM Thought of the Day from LAWTECH GURU BLOG by Jeff Beard
The more I think about how many firms have struggled with the whole KM concept, the more I think people like Dennis Kennedy and Thomas Collins are on the right track: KM is a very hard thing to institutionalize. So why not focus on Personal KM instead?... [Read More]

» "KM Thought of the Day" from Stark County Law Library Blawg
Jeff Beard posts: "The more I think about how many firms have struggled with the whole KM concept, the more [Read More]

» KM - individual vs. organizational from tins ::: Rick Klau's weblog
Jeff Beard, aka LawTech Guru, has an interesting post today about KM. In KM Thought of the Day he argues that KM should shift its focus to individual effort in place of institutional effort. I disagree.… If I were a... [Read More]

» KM Thought of the Day from LAWTECH GURU BLOG by Jeff Beard
The more I think about how many firms have struggled with the whole KM concept, the more I think people like Dennis Kennedy and Thomas Collins are on the right track: KM is a very hard thing to institutionalize. So why not focus on Personal KM instead?... [Read More]

» Knowledge Work - The Process from Information Work Productivity
Yesterday I produced a german equivalent to the PKM-model of T. Collins which he presented in his weblog-entry at the end of June 2004. I was quite impressed by this model because it was the model I have seen which comes next to what I understan... [Read More]

» "KM Thought of the Day" from Stark County Law Library Blawg
Jeff Beard posts: "The more I think about how many firms have struggled with the whole KM concept, the more [Read More]

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greg hutchins

came across your pkm. great idea. a little derivative. the problem with km is that ip has value. why should one share when one can monetize.

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