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Clearinghouse Post! Part 2 : Knowlede Management, Learning Strategy and Design

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Hacking Knowledge: 77 Ways to Learn Faster, Deeper, and Better

77 tips related to knowledge and learning to help you on your quest. A few are specifically for students in traditional learning institutions; the rest for self-starters, or those learning on their own. Happy learning.

By Dave Snowden
Communities of Practice

The Boeing and other groups had arisen naturally and were self-organising. However it is also true to say that they started that way. The danger I think was when people could a description of the end point and tried to turn it into a consultancy recipe. Now this is a characteristic of management science, which bases itself on retrospective coherence. What most of the consultants, facilitators etc missed was that you can not replicate the end point of an evolutionary process, but you can stimulate similar starting conditions. That stimulation can be as simple as making the tools available, or providing some initial stimulation or sponsorship.

Selling new ideas to an organisation

Culture and Innovation Part I and Part II

..there are three necessary, but not sufficient conditions for innovation to take place. These are:

  1. Starvation of familiar resource, forcing you to find new approaches, doing things in a different way;
  2. Pressure that forces you to engage in the problem;
  3. Perspective Shift to allow different patterns and ideas to be brought into play.

Beyond Search is REAP By Ramana Rao Via Jack Vinson

Consider the typical information work flow of a professional:

  • Retrieve — collect information from a variety of sources
  • Extract — extract data, facts, examples
  • Arrange — arrange documents and facts for use now or later
  • Present — compose information into artifacts of value

Search is just about the retrieve and the -eaping is pretty much left to the person. Does knowledge worker come to mind? …

Knowledge Management 2.0 from CIO Magazine

Enteprise 2.0: More Than Blogs and Wikis By Luis Suarez

Knowledge and our structures of learning by George Siemens

The role of management in facilitating change within a learning organisation an Interview with George Siemens

Tony Karrer pointed out – Interesting discussion going on with contribution by Luis Suarez, Jay Cross, David Wilson – around the distinction between Knowledge Management and Learning:

[ in case you are wondering why I am not using daily blog posting feature of del.icio.us - I am using that for my company blog - Macchiato, also del.icio.us catches more noise - here - it's little filtered :) ]

Written by anol

December 14th, 2006 at 10:25 am

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  1. THE DIFFERENT BETWEEN INFORMATION MANAGEMENT AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT

    THABO

    21 Feb 07 at 12:34 pm

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