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No. 45 November 2000
 

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Welcome to this edition of I3 UPDATE / ENTOVATION International News. This issue asks whether practitioners should make knowledge management more exciting - if that's what you want. The winners of a new award - the Most Admired Knowledge Leaders - are also announced.

SPECIAL FEATURE
Ignorance Adds Excitement?
David Skyrme picks up on a theme triggered by the ignorace of the US presidential election result. Does ignorance add excitement? Is knowledge management too boring? Should knowledge managers add some interest to their knowledge assets?
Read The Article


FEATURE
Most Admired Knowledge Leaders 2000
Teleos and Work Frontiers International announce the winners of the first Most Admired Knowledge Leaders award. In the top 10 are John Seely Brown, Bob Buckman and Stephen Denning. Find out who else are in this year's top 20......
Read Announcement


A READER REPLIES

Robert Taylor gives yet another reply to September's article on Knowledge Associations. He doesn't think we're yet ready to professionalize KM.
Read his Letter


KNOWLEDGE DIGEST

A round of of recent developments.

Agilience - Siemen's spin-off

Reinventing Innovation (MacroInnovation)TM

Familiar Names Disappear

New Company Launched (KSolutions)

Earlier Digests


EVENTS

A selection of some of the best forthcoming events


THOUGHT FOR THE MONTH

If the collective knowledge of several individuals is more than the sum of its parts, why do some management teams act more stupidly than any if its members?



 

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