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Strategic Learning: News about Two KM-Related Programs

Guy St. Clair

  Readers of these posts know I’m affiliated with two programs (soon to be three – watch this space!) providing strategic learning for knowledge workers. KM, knowledge services, and knowledge strategy development continue to attract much attention in all sorts of organizations and companies, and we’re finding more and more that this attention is not limited to any one or two specific subject areas. Here’s more information about the two programs: In an on-going strategic partnership with SLA (defined at the SLA website as “a nonprofit global organization for innovative information professionals and their strategic partners”), our company has long…
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Stan Garfield’s Links to KM Resources

Guy St. Clair

  A common complaint among professionals (in almost any field) is that it’s hard to keep up with what’s going on. It’s no different for those of us working in KM, knowledge services, and knowledge strategy. When we try to bring some sort of order to all the opportunities for networking, for hearing leaders in the field talk about their work, for strategic learning about how to apply what we know in the companies where we’re employed, the process becomes almost overwhelming. A solution is at hand. If you recall what Michael Potters had to say a couple of weeks…
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Still Impressed with Tapscott’s Message

Guy St. Clair

  The recent post about Don Tapscott and some of his good ideas (Hear What Don Tapscott Has to Say) generated considerable comment from friends and colleagues. As I reviewed what I said, and what he had to say, it became clear that I have a little more to share about Tapscott’s thinking. Here’s a quick follow-up I took myself to Tapscott’s TED Talk, published last June, and I liked his message (the TED Talk is called¬†Four Principles for the Open World, not a surprising title if you’ve watched the video interview published by McKinsey). He gets into his plea…
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