Earlier on today Dennis McDonald, one of the folks that I have been following up on for some time now as he always has got something interesting to say, pointed me to an interesting weblog post he created on one topic that over the course of the years I have always found fascinating, to say … Continue reading Bringing Knowledge, Relationships, and Experts Together
People who know me for some time now would probably tell you how keen I have always been on trying out new technologies, specially those that provide a new and refreshing way of getting people to connect in order to facilitate knowledge sharing and collaboration. Yes, you could say that I am an early adopter … Continue reading Coming to Terms with Knowledge Management Webloggers
Last week, if you would remember, I wrote a blog entry on the topic of ’The Perks of Freelance Work’ to describe some of the things I have enjoyed the most, so far, from being a freelancer over the course of last three years. While that post did not include an exhaustive list of … Continue reading The Downsides of Freelance Work
I can’t remember when was the last time that I updated my Curriculum Vitae. Actually, that’s not accurate. Of course, I do. It was around beginning of 2009 and it surely sounds like ages ago! Either way, I can’t help going through a giggle or two every time folks ask me why don’t I update … Continue reading Why Looking After Your Personal Brand in the Social Era Still Matters
Folks who have been reading elsua for some time now would realise how one of my essential Knowledge Management readings is that of the folks behind Anecdote. In the past I have weblogged about them and their thought provoking posts a couple of times and I always find over there some refreshing views of where … Continue reading Communities of Practice – the Right Brain of the Organisation? Are You Listening to It Good Enough?