A couple of days ago you would remember how I created a weblog post on the topic of Coming to Terms with Knowledge Management Webloggers where I was indicating how it would be a good opportunity now to establish a community of Knowledge Management bloggers where we could get together to share some of our … Continue reading Welcome to the KMBloggers Community!
It looks like quite a few of the regular weblogs that I follow have been talking about this very same subject. And all of them starting after the superb article that Job Udell creating on Modern Social Software Could Be the Key to Building Effective Enterprise Knowledge Systems: Reinventing the Intranet. So I just thought … Continue reading Modern Social Software Could Be the Key to Building Effective Enterprise Knowledge Systems – Reinventing the Intranet
Ever since the first day that it came out, and ever since I first weblogged about it, I have always been very fond of Qwika, a powerful search engine that allows you to search content of multiple wikis hosted in different places but bringing you that collective wisdom under a single point of entry. In … Continue reading Qwika – New Wiki Search Engine Updated!
In a recent weblog post Tom Godfrey was wondering what was happening in the world of Knowledge Management as he was not seeing anything inspiring for a few weeks now. And while thinking some more about that particular weblog post I just couldn’t help thinking about a recent article I bumped into that clearly indicates … Continue reading What Is Happening with KM? The Shift to Social Computing
Yesterday evening, Jack Vinson shared a very interesting and thought provoking weblog post that I thought I would comment on further since it touches on one of the issues I have been facing myself for a number of years now and for which I have always been having some reservations. Over at Knowledge Jolt with … Continue reading Incentives for (Knowledge) Sharing
It has been a little while since I have last weblogged about some interesting knowledge, collaboration and productivity tools, specially those who may help increase our knowledge skills, so I thought I would just share with you a nice tool I bumped into earlier on today thanks to one of my colleagues, Stefano. We had … Continue reading Free iPod Video Converter – Take Your Learning with You Wherever You May Go!
Earlier on today I read through another interesting, and thought provoking, weblog post over at Knowledge Jolt with Jack titled Link between KM and Social Software, which in return referenced another great, worth while reading, weblog post by Mike Gotta: Social Software: Knowledge Management Redux? In that particular weblog post Jack comes to augment what … Continue reading Knowledge Management Redux – Linking KM and Social Software