June, 2005

Knowledge-at-work: Tools for collaboration

Knowledge-at-work

how do you pick the 'best' tool for collaboration when attention shifts, activities change and engagement exhibits a rhythm? wiki - collaborative writing, concept centric text collecting, mapping, business intelligence - needs a

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Discrimination Against Neckties!

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"We are not opposing the Cool Biz itself. Dressing cool is fine," said Tetsuo Yamada, a spokesman for the Federation of Japanese Necktie Unions. The problem is the slogan that discriminates against neckties."Are Are neck ties a protected class

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Knowledge-at-work: The shape of knowledge

Knowledge-at-work

dave nails it. "so, so, what happens when we shake knowledge off of paper? quick example: freed of the limitations of paper and publishing, topics get smaller and better aligned with human interests." new shape of knowledge

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Knowledge-at-work: The FAQ - revisited

Knowledge-at-work

How can the humble FAQ contribute to leaning, decisions and knowledge sharing? FAQs can be gathered (mined) and represented in many ways. One way gaining in popularity is to have a FAQ option or tag when closing a service or helpdesk

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Does Your Workforce Have the Talent DNA for the Digital Future?

With the increasing adoption of automation and data-driven technologies, the workforce is changing rapidly — regardless of whether we’re prepared to face it. Keeping up with the velocity of change is vital to success, and that means building digital readiness into the DNA of your organization so your workforce is ready to face an uncertain and constantly changing future.

Knowledge-at-work: KM thought leaders

Knowledge-at-work

alex bennet's thesis got me wondering if km thought leaders were any different from those in other domains? are not all thought leaders passionate about their subject? do thought leaders all aspire to the gaia

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Knowledge-at-work: Explicit knowledge

Knowledge-at-work

even the best documentation does not capture deep knowledge. i guess the point i'm trying to make is documentation alone does not = knowledge. to retain knowledge against attrition, you have to have a community that can appreciate the

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Human Resources Driving Business Performance

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An enlightening article for C-level execs in Harvard Business Review that makes quantum leaps in underscoring the value of Human Resources to the organization. The article, entitled The Surprising Economics of a "People Business" might do for HR professionals what the dotcom boom did for IT. The exciting thing about this article is that it quantifies the economic value of human resource