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Other Voices: Dr. Russell Maulitz Shares His Thoughts about the Intersection of Medical Informatics and Knowledge Services

Guy St. Clair

  During the last year I’ve had the good fortune to get to know Dr. Russell Maulitz. In that time, I’ve learned that he is impressively knowledgeable about KM and knowledge services. I learned that quickly, for in our first meeting, during the usual “how-do-you-do?” and “what-do-you-do?” of the opening conversation, he asked about my work. I described my affiliation with our important new discipline. Without missing a beat, he said, “That’s good to know. I’m a knowledge manager, too.” Russ – yes, we use first names, since we’re now friends – is Chief Medical Officer at Starship Health Technologies…
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A Provocative Question from Tim Powell

Guy St. Clair

  Tim Powell is a frequent visitor to our SMR posts, and we speak together often. [And in a funny sort of way he’s here all the time since that’s Tim interviewing me in the film at the right.] Tim also teaches with me from time to time in my course at Columbia, and we have on-going conversations about anything having to do with information management, KM, or knowledge services. It’s all part of this friendship we share, giving me the opportunity to be pretty up on what he’s working on at any given time. On top of everything else Tim is an exceptionally fine author.…
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Other Voices: Mitzi Perdue Talks about How – For Frank Perdue – Knowledge Sharing Was Simply Part of Sharing – It’s What He Did

Guy St. Clair

  In our work in knowledge management and knowledge services, we speak a great deal about knowledge sharing. And not only in our professional lives. For those of us working with knowledge management (KM), knowledge sharing, and knowledge strategy, we are constantly aware of how much of what we do “for a living” carries over into our personal lives. The foundation of our work – telling stories and sharing what we know – is what we do all the time, and from where I sit, one of the best story tellers in my crowd is Mitzi Perdue. What Mitzi has done with…
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