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Technology Management and KM/Knowledge Services: Coming Together?

Guy St. Clair

  The conversation continues, and I put the topic out for further discussion: From time to time in our interactions with clients and colleagues, there appears to be a sense that some sort of collaborative vibes are at work. We see indications of some level of culture change, particularly with respect to how IT professionals and strategic knowledge professionals think about their work – and about one another – in the workplace. So we can’t help but wonder if that so-called “great divide” between IT and the content management folks isn’t breaking down. For a couple of decades (perhaps longer)…
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Other Voices: Does Your Professional Future Include KM and Knowledge Services?

Guy St. Clair

  Guest Blogger Dale Stanley writes about how information professionals and specialist librarians can affect their future success in the companies where they work. Dale is Director of Literature Resources, Gilead Sciences, in Foster City CA and Senior Consultant, SMR International, New York NY. He is co-instructor (with me) for the Click U KM/Knowledge Services Certificate program, offered by SLA in cooperation with SMR International.   During the last decade—and in some cases stretching out over another prior decade or so—corporate and organizational leaders have come to recognize the benefits of high-quality information and knowledge management. It has been a…
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