knowledge management in practice

January 30, 2006 at 12:51 pm Leave a comment

Some intersting posts I came across. 

First, ‘KM Insights‘ at Why Knowledge Management includes the comment, “And lastly, the capturing of facts and knowledge don’t always guarantee that they will result in a transfer of knowledge at the other end. ”  It’s Mooer’s Law again.

And second, a link off the last, a story of shared knowledge and a science fair, the comment, “Writing things down is difficult to do and especially hard to capture the excitement. It’s much easier to verbalize what you know, it’s more interesting, and a much better way to exchange knowledge.”  It’s got to be easy to add to the knowledge base or no one will do it.  Even if it’s their job!  There’s got to be an observed benefit or incentive to adding to the knowledge base….

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