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Your job, km, and other people

One of the most thoughtful bloggers, Dave Pollard, on knowledge managemt (km) and adaptive learning has an interesting post. Here's an abbreviated version but do check out his full post. FWIW Dave's blog is loaded with great stuff on KM, so don't stop with he latest post.

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Open Source and The Big MOO

Mine, ours, everyone's, Seth Godin, writes about The Big MOO. Seth sez...

...the project went from being mine (for about a week, while I thought about it) to ours (as I signed up each of 32 co-authors) to a tool for all of us (as I watch the book getting used in ways I never intended, by people I don't even know.)

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Comparing Enterprise Blog Software

Note: Keep in mind that this information was published on 2005-08-05 - a lot has changed with what used to be called enterprise blogging software. These days, blogs, wikis, groups, forums, misc., are referred to as social software applications or web 2.0 technologies.

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"Meaning Scales"

Businesses that are interested in open innovation, business development, social e-comm, content management, etc. now have powerful tools, web 2.0 and social software applications, to help employees connect the dots.

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What's keeping you up at night?

As with many of my posts, this one will bounce around, but the general idea is that ideas are everywhere and that communications should flow up and down and in and out  and out and in as oppsed to them flowing down from the top and spewed out by marketing and pr.

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A whole brain

BuzzMachine, Jeff, More new-fangled ads is a post on a few insights from Rishad Tobaccowala, chief innovation officer at Publicis Groupe Media.

Tobaccowala, "We believe the future is left brain and right brain. We believe it's both," he said. "It's not going to be the tyranny of numbers, nor is it going to be the petulance of artists. You can program and numericalize as much as you want, but sooner or later you're going to need the people and the ideas."

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Lost Talent!

A Company Is Known By The People It Keeps, businesspundit - "Knowledge work should not be modeled after manufacturing work. Too many managers still don't get that." With social media technologies making it easier for anyone to publish their thoughts, ideas, etc. on the net, how long will it take before the jig is up on those companies that treat their people like shit?

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Disruptive Podcasting!

One of the things I love about blogging/reading blogs is that I can read one person’s thoughts on a subject and it leads me to another idea.  I love linking one idea to the next and creating new paths of thought.  For example, today I was reading Seth’s Blog about podcasting:  Seth,  “First, you can't browse a podcast. Problem two is that listening is a real time commitment. "... you can put up a blog post in two minutes, but it takes an hour to make a podcast." 

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