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Definition of the New Knowledge Management


Firestone and McElroy's Excerpt from The Open Enterprise: A KMCI Online Press Publication
Firestone and McElroy's Key Issues in the New Knowledge Management: A KMCI Press Book
Firestone's Enterprise Information Portals and Knowledge Management: A KMCI Press Book

The Open Enterprise

Key Issues in
The New KM

Enterprise Information
Portals and KM

Knowledge Leadership

The New KM

McElroy's The New Knowledge Management: A KMCI Press Book
Welcome to the Home of the New Knowledge Management

Organizational Survival
in the New World

Bennet and Bennet's Organizational Survival in the New World: A KMCI Press Book

Next CKIM Knowledge Management Workshop

CKIM Knowledge Management Training Workshops
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What KM Is Not!

Cavaleri's Knowledge Leadership: A KMCI Press Book

KMCI Introduces Four One - Day Workshops

July 25, 2005. Alexandria, VA -- KMCI Managing Director and CEO Joseph M. Firestone, Ph.D. today announced  announced four new One - Day Workshops. KMCI Senior Executive Vice President, Professor Steve A. Cavaleri has developed and will teach workshops on Knowledge Leadership and Pragmatic Knowledge Management. Each workshop will draw on Steve's new books on these subjects and will feature the books as texts. KMCI CEO, Joe Firestone has developed and will teach workshops on Reducing Risk by Killing Your Worst Ideas, and the Open Enterprise. The texts for these workshops will include Key Issues in the New Knowledge Management and pre-publication versions of his latest book and other works-in-progress.

Dr. Firestone offered the following comment on the new introductions.

"These workshops represent a departure from KMCI's previous offerings aimed at comprehensive introductions to KM. Instead, the new workshops focus on topics of special interest that, in some cases, apply KM in areas of more general interest. Steve Cavaleri's Knowledge Leadership and Principles of Pragmatic Knowledge Management workshops are aimed at neglected areas of knowledge processing or knowledge management and at leadership in knowledge-based organizations. Their approach is fresh and novel, but also very well-grounded conceptually. My own workshops project new KM ideas into the areas of risk reduction and management, and organizational transformation. The one-day format of all four workshops should help everyone interested in these topics take advantage of them, and get a broader perspective on the many, many ways we can apply Knowledge management and project it into new areas."