I3 UPDATE / Entovation International News

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No. 46 December 2000
 

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Welcome to this edition of I3 UPDATE / ENTOVATION International News. This issue asks whether knowledge management has peaked. There is a special report on knowledge management in Japan, following a recent visit by ENTOVATION Founder Debra Amidon.

We wish you, your families and friends the season's greetings and may you prosper through knowledge in 2001.

MAIN FEATURE
Knowledge Management: Has It Peaked?
David Skyrme asks about the changing nature of knowledge management. It is evolving into its 2nd generation, but views as to what exactly that is vary widely. Organizations need to build on their knowledge about knowledge management in an evolutionary way. Unfortunately some of the pioneers have already forgotten what they knew in the past.....
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SPECIAL FEATURE
The Knowledge Sun Rising in Japan
Japan has made great contributions to the field of knowledge management. However, it has been rather invisible in world-wide knowledge circles. However, a recent symposium Intellectual Capital Management has raised the profile and has indicated - through some excellent case examples - how Japanese companies are reaping the benefits of the systematic application of knowledge....
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K-SHOP: OPEN FOR BUSINESS

The knowledge shop (K-shop) at the Knowledge Connections website is open for business. Shop browsers will find Executive Briefings and Toolkits on knowledge management available for for instant download.
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KNOWLEDGE DIGEST

A round-up of of recent developments.

Knowledge Management Europe (digest) - report by Eunika Mercier-Laurent.

NIMCube - toolkit for R&D knowledge

Training Knowledge Leadership at the Banff Centre (digest) - report by Yvonne Buma.

New KMCI Courses

The Limits of Information Utilization (digest) - Guest article by David Hughes.

Knowledge Worth $1.25 billion

Earlier Digests


EVENTS

A selection of some of the best forthcoming events


THOUGHT FOR THE MONTH

When we really know who the next president of the United States is, will we be any the wiser?



 

RECENT HIGHLIGHTS

Ignorance Adds Excitement?

Most Admired Knowledge Leaders 2000

ENTOVATION and Global Learn Day IV

Portals: Panacea or Pig?

Knowledge Associations: Networks or Not works?

Market Creation in the Dotcom Economy

Dot com winners and losers

Innovation in intangible measures



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