An important new resource – David Gurteen has added a page to his sitewhich collects Dilbert comic strips about KM: http://www.gurteen.com/gurteen/gurteen.nsf/id/media-player?open&g=Dilbert+Comic+Strips&mf=L004967
Most organisations seem to have adopted intranets for communication and collaboration, but how should an organisation’s intranet support its knowledge management activities? From communities of practice to blogging and ultimately internal social networking, it’s something I’ve grappled with over the past eight years – trying, failing and hopefully learning at each stage of development. It’s a journey I reflected on in a recent article for Inside Knowledge … Continue reading How does an intranet support knowledge management?
If the idea of predicting the future currently seems rather foolish to me, it may be because I’m reading Nassim Nicholas Taleb’s “Fooled by Radomness”. I signed up for Tuesday night’s Gurteen Knowledge Café at the British Computer Society more in anticipation of good conversation than any hope of forecasting anything significant. Conrad Taylor opened the event, framing technological change as “the co-evolution of tools, … Continue reading Gurteen Knowledge Café: Imagining the future of knowledge technologies