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August 08, 2004

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Yvonne DiVita

Knowledge management seems almost a fallacy, in light of the events leading up to and including the move. Now, closing in on two weeks, as you note, we should have a better handle on what's what and where it is...but we don't. Is this inherently bad human planning, or just bad knowledge management? Or, are the two opposite sides of the same coin? I am 'managing', as are you, in our makeshift environments, and as we unpack each new strangely labelled box, it's much like Christmas; "Oh, I forgot about this!" There is a certain amount of humor and excitment in that...albeit isn't very good time management, is it? Is time management, therefore, part of knowledge management? Hmmmmm....

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