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Other Voices: Johel Brown-Grant on Working with Knowledge Strategy in Technology Management

Guy St. Clair

  Over the past four or five years, I’ve been observing a new sense of collaboration between technology “people” and KM “people.” Colleagues seem to be talking about this subject a lot, and there’s a general sense of agreement that the so-called “separation” between information technology and KM is breaking down. Indeed (in one example) some  companies are re-naming the corporate intranet, now referring to that critical communication and knowledge-sharing tool as the “corporate KM system.” And why not? We’re all trying to reach the same goal, aren’t we? Inspired by this new approach (is it a trend? let’s not…
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General McChrystal Shares Some Thoughts about Knowledge Strategy

Guy St. Clair

  OK. So perhaps the title is a little bit of literary license, because I doubt if General McChrystal has heard of or given much thought to the concept of knowledge strategy. But that’s really a bit of speculation because I know very little about McChrystal. I know he retired in July 2010, and that he was often in the news but for all I know, perhaps he is a leader who thinks a lot about knowledge development and knowledge sharing, what we like to call “KD/KS.” Now, in interview in the latest issue of Foreign Affairs, General McChrystal offers a…
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