I3 UPDATE / Entovation International News

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No. 44 October 2000
 

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Welcome to this edition of I3 UPDATE / ENTOVATION International News. Several of you participated in ENTOVATION's innovation strand of Global Learn Day on 8th October. Our main feature summarizes the highlights from this outstanding event. Our other feature article takes another look at knowledge portals - are they a panacea?

SPECIAL FEATURE
ENTOVATION Stories for Global Learn Day IV:
The Network in 24-hours of Innovation Dialogue

Debra Amidon describes the ENTOVATION participation in this 'sparkling' event. Seven Vignettes give readers a flavour of the interesting connections and interactions.........
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FEATURES
Portals: Panacea or Pig?
David Skyrme summarizes recent developments in knowledge portals and poses a provocative question. Do most of them live up to expectations? Find out why many don't......
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Towards New Dimensions in Knowledge Sharing
Reflections on The Springboard by Stephen Denning

Jan Wyllie reviews this unusual new book, which has some insightful stories and inspirational lessons for knowledge practicioners......
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A READER REPLIES

Jerry Ash replies to last month's article on Knowledge Associations.
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KNOWLEDGE DIGEST

A round of of recent developments.

Knowledge Markets Meta Portal

KnowMap goes Online

More Knowledge Associations

New Book on Personal Knowledge

Knowledge Management News in Spanish

Earlier Digests


EVENTS

A selection of some of the best forthcoming events


 

RECENT HIGHLIGHTS

Knowledge Associations: Networks or Not works?

Market Creation in the Dotcom Economy

Dot com winners and losers

Innovation in intangible measures

More perspectives on measurement

Knowledge utilities: taming the tap

Marketing knowledge: the tenuous connection



ALL-TIME FAVOURITES

Customers: a new twist on knowledge management

Virtual teaming and virtual organizations: 25 principles of proven practice

Measurement myopia; those who measure and those who act

Portal power: gateways or trapdoors?

Creativity is not innovation

Virtual trust

China: accepting the knowledge challenge

Innovation action for Europe