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|No. 45||November 2000|
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.
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.
A round of of recent developments.
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?