Coming to Terms with Knowledge Management Webloggers

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  1. Hi – Just wanted to mention that the current version of Ziki Group is not complete. We’ll soon release more features, and we’ll actually make it optional to have a group url. We’ve just launched, so we’re progressively adding new functionalities:-) Ziki Groups will actually benefit from the same features as Ziki People (eg. you’ll be able to aggregate the content of a group).We’ll certainly keep you updated when we release new features. Thanks for the post and see you on ziki šŸ™‚ And btw, you’ve got a very interesting blog!

  2. Hello Severine and welcome to elsua! Thanks very much for the feedback comments and further input! Excellent stuff! I shall certainly be looking forward to those different features as I am sure we would be able to benefit from them. Actually, we are in the process of creating and facilitating a group of KM bloggers thus we may be able to leverage with this at some point and get exposed to all those great features. Stay tuned for more to come ! But I really appreciate you dropping by and sharing with us what will be coming up shortly in Ziki. Very nice!

    Thanks again for the kind comments and have a good one!

  3. Hi Luis, Thanks for your mentions of my articles in your blog. You’ve got a very ambitious site going here! Congratulations! One suggestion I’d make related to this article is that I have found ActKM’s discussion group to be a fantastic online KM community. You’ll recognize the names of many of the posters there, interesting and pithy issues are raised, and although it’s not a community of bloggers per se, I would bet that 80% of the members do have blogs that reference KM in some way. I submit that some serious “discussing” among leaders in the field is going on there! One thing that appeals to me is that it is essentially an Australian group, although people from all over the world are members. It makes for some interesting perspectives. (http://www.actkm.org) Keep up the good work! Best wishes.

  4. Hello Kaye and welcome to elsua! Thanks very much for your kind feedback comments and for the information details. Greatly appreciated. Yes, indeed, I do know about actKM, in fact, I have been a member of that KM community for a good number of months and I certainly thoroughly enjoyed the different conversations taking place. In fact, I do know personally a few of the people in the group as having worked with them or met them face-to-face. I have also been weblogging about some of their activities already elsewhere over here. I agree with you that perhaps quite a few of those folks do actually have their own KM weblogs and so forth, but the main primary focus of actKM as far as tooling is concerned is through the mailing lists, which is terrific, for the folks who prefer to use that method of communication. However, I felt that it would be a good thing as well to have set up a KM webloggers community where through the usage of our weblogs as a starting point we could certainly help bring into the table a whole lot more conversations around the topic of Knowledge Management and beyond.

    I do not see KMBloggers as a substitute of what actKM has been doing all along, in fact, I think it would be a terrific complement for this already existing KM resource as it would help people build up further on their blogrolls and connections to continue sharing their ideas / thoughts about KM related topics. Thus as far as I can see it is a win-win situation where we would be trying to accommodate the needs from those folks who prefer weblogs and whatever other social software to get together and then the traditional tools already in place, like the ones actKM has been using all along, like the mailing lists.

    Thanks again for the feedback and look forward to hearing back from you.

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