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Isn’t the KM/Knowledge Services Connection Missing? Steve Denning’s Post on Tom Friedman’s Column

Guy St. Clair

Take a look. Steve Denning has written a useful and stimulating post (and has had some fascinating comments in response). Read Steve’s post here. It has to do with a recent Tom Friedman column. Don’t know if you read Tom’s work. I do, and I always find myself impressed with Tom’s insight. His column last week, about an imaginary WikiLinks-type activity in China (“From WikiChina“) was intriguing and really got me thinking as I headed off on a long journey. Tom’s idea was to describe what the situation might have been if, as he put it, “China had a WikiLeaker and we…
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New Information: Tips from KM/Knowledge Services Folks in the International Aid Community

Guy St. Clair

I’m happy to recommend Ian Thorpe’s blog (KM on a Dollar a Day) to colleagues working in KM/knowledge services. Ian Thorpe is writing about the challenges of KM in the international aid community. There is much good content here, going beyond usual KM topics. Ian and colleagues who add comments are sharing good information, valuable to any KM/knowledge services professional regardless of the specific subject area in which they work. And much of what’s on the blog connects to the KM/knowledge services focus we use at  SMR Int’l, as we talk about knowledge services as the merging of information management,…
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