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KM 2.0 and Knowledge Management: Part Six, The End of 2007 and Mike Murphy

August 16th, 2008 · Comments Off

There were two more highly interesting contributions to the discussion of KM 2.0 in 2007. The first of these was by Mike Murphy (CEO of InQuira), appeared in DM Review, and is entitled “Knowledge Management Revitalized.” The second was by Dave Pollard, appeared in his blog, “How to Save the World,” and is entitled “KM [...]

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Tags: Epistemology/Ontology/Value Theory · KM 2.0 · KM Software Tools · Knowledge Integration · Knowledge Making · Knowledge Management

KM 2.0 and Knowledge Management: Part Five, More on Dave Snowden’s Take

August 14th, 2008 · Comments Off

4) Another important point made by Dave in the podcast is that those looking to create a knowledge sharing culture are thinking about knowledge sharing from the wrong perspective. The problem is not to create such a culture, but rather to increase the connectivity of people, whereupon they will naturally share because the increased connectivity [...]

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Tags: Complexity · Epistemology/Ontology/Value Theory · KM 2.0 · KM Software Tools · Knowledge Integration · Knowledge Making · Knowledge Management

KM 2.0 and Knowledge Management: Part Four, Dave Snowden, Complexity, and the Impact of Web 2.0

August 13th, 2008 · Comments Off

The next major contribution to the KM 2.0 discussion comes in an interview of Dave Snowden by Jon Husband entitled “The Impact of Web 2.0 on Knowledge Work and Knowledge Management.” The interview was done on October 15, 2007, and then produced and distributed as a podcast. This podcast was followed by many reactions in [...]

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Tags: Complexity · Epistemology/Ontology/Value Theory · KM 2.0 · KM Software Tools · Knowledge Integration · Knowledge Making · Knowledge Management · Personal KM

KM 2.0 and Knowledge Management: Part Three, More Skepticism and Okimoto’s Conceptualization

August 6th, 2008 · Comments Off

Until the late spring of 2007, discussion about KM 2.0 had raised a number of issues and themes including: – KM 2.0 is KM which utilizes Web/Enterprise 2.0 tools to enable greater connectivity and self organization in one’s enterprise; – Before the introduction of Web/Enterprise 2.0 tools KM had been a command-and-control-oriented approach, but KM [...]

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Tags: Complexity · KM 2.0 · KM Software Tools · Knowledge Integration · Knowledge Making · Knowledge Management

KM 2.0 and Knowledge Management: Part Two, “Buzz” and Some Skepticism

August 3rd, 2008 · Comments Off

During 2007, the KM 2.0 meme began to spread more rapidly, but as it spread, some observers began to express skepticism about the identification of web 2.0 tools and a fundamentally new sort of KM. One sort of skepticism was expressed by David Weinberger in an article posted at KM World on February 1. David [...]

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Tags: Complexity · KM 2.0 · KM Software Tools · Knowledge Integration · Knowledge Management · Personal KM

KM 2.0 and Knowledge Management: Part One, Early KM 2.0

August 1st, 2008 · 2 Comments

For about three years now, the meme of “KM 2.0” has been circulating. It began with the introduction of the label “Web 2.0” to describe a collection of IT applications called social software. These applications first included blogs, wikis, social network analysis, social networking applications, collaborative content tagging, folksonomies, community support/collaboration software, and project collaboration [...]

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Tags: Complexity · KM 2.0 · KM Software Tools · Knowledge Integration · Knowledge Management · Personal KM

Has KM Been Done? Part 1: Conceptual Drift in KM

April 16th, 2008 · 1 Comment

  Rain, Steam, and Speed (J. W. M. Turner, 1844) In March of 2004, David Pollard served as the Star Moderator in the Association of Knowledge Work’s (AOK) Star Series. Many subjects were covered during the very fruitful exchanges of Dave’s tenure. One of my posts (message 1484) was a commentary on one of Dave’s [...]

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Tags: Complexity · KM 2.0 · KM Software Tools · KM Techniques · Knowledge Integration · Knowledge Making · Knowledge Management