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Pitfalls of LMS Implementations

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I don’t like to talk about LMS anymore, but.. –
How to Avoid the Pitfalls of LMS Implementations by Chris Howard

Bersin & Associates has assisted a number of companies in dealing with the critical issue of selecting and implementing a learning management system. It also conducts an annual survey on the topic and asks respondents to share best practices. Here’s what we’ve learned.

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July 29th, 2004 at 6:24 pm

7 Things RSS Is Good For

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7 Things RSS Is Good For : from JD’s New Media Musings

  • Saving time
  • Convenience
  • Access to a richer pool of material
  • Zero in on the info you want
  • RSS can serve as an alert service
  • RSS levels the playing field
  • RSS drives conversation

Want to add on?

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July 29th, 2004 at 6:20 pm

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Humanizing RSS

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Making syndicated resource feeds fit for human beings from Auricle

In my previous article, Learning Material Repositories: Rafts or Battleships – Part 2, I looked at RSS as one potential approach to aggregating information about, and providing access to, distributed learning resources. But viewing RSS requires a special reader or access to a server-based conversion service … or does it?

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July 27th, 2004 at 6:17 pm

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impact of knowledge management

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impact of knowledge management by Nadia Uddin.

As knowledge management has become a formal function within many organizations, the need to measure its impact is vital for its sustenance. “It’s really important that we understand how to measure the impact of knowledge management,” said Carla O’Dell, president of the American Productivity & Quality Center, during her keynote presentation. “At the end of the day, that’s what’s important: powerful impact on the organization and the people. Plus, it makes everyone feel good when they realize there are effectively sharing and using what they know.”

Via: Column Two

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July 27th, 2004 at 6:16 pm

The Knowledge Consultant As Story-Gatherer

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The Knowledge Consultant As Story-Gatherer

One of the things he thinks KM should be doing is helping management understand and lead their organizations more effectively. Management is, after all, the group paying for organizations’ KM activities, and a group that is, in most organizations, far from happy with what KM has delivered. Snowden argues that the best way for KM to help management is to be a kind of ‘cultural anthropologist’ in the organization you are working in or advising.

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July 27th, 2004 at 6:15 pm